Impact of recombinant DNA technology on parasitology

Recombinant DNA technology has major impact on our understanding of many organisms and biological processes over the past three decades. The polymerase chain reaction has greatly enhanced the power of recombinant DNA by provided allowance for the detection of a little as one molecule. Cloned complementary DNA copies of mRNAs are easy to expression of individual gene products in other organisms.

The isolation of malaria antigen by expression screening cDNA, have been widely used in the fields of parasitology.

 

  • Molecular genetics
  • Hemoglobinopathies
  • Vaccine preparation
  • Diagnosis prevention and treatment of human disease

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