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Transcript
Microorganisms in
Biotechnology
Recombinant DNA Technology
• The procedure of inserting DNA from another organism into bacteria
Recombinant DNA Technology
• In the medical field, cultured cells are being used to manufacture
products such as:
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Manufacture insulin for diabetics
Human growth hormone
Treating Hemophilia
Vaccines for Hepatitis B, Diphtheria, and Bacterial Meningitis
Treating anemia
Cancer treatments
For stimulating bone marrow after a bone marrow transplant
Viral Vectors and Gene Therapy
• Viral vectors are viruses to carry altered DNA into cells and are
created by removing genes in a virus and replacing them with the
gene to be transferred
• The vector is then mixed with growing cells and enter the cell,
depositing the new gene in the chromosome of that cell
• The gene is then passed on to daughter cells as the cell divides