Bio-pharmaceutics and Biologics

Biologics are genetically engineered protein’s and these are derived from human genes. These are designed to inhibit the particular components of the immune system that plays a pivotal role in fuelling inflammation, which is a central feature of rheumatoid arthritis. The pathophysiologic rationale for, and clinical application of, Biologic agents in the management of autoimmune diseases, cancers, or other pathologies where a molecular target can be identified.

  • Nano-biopharmaceuitics
  • Medical devices
  • Biologics: sugars, proteins, nucleic acids
  • Allergenic and somatic cells
  • Large–scale production transgenic
  • Recombinant therapeutic protein, and living cells used in cell therapy

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