Systems and Synthetic Biology

Systems and Synthetic Biology is a comparatively new field in medical specialty analysis. It focuses on engineering new or changed signalling proteins to form desired signalling pathways within the cell. Each living cell is a particularly complicated machine expressing thousands of various proteins. Because of extreme regulation, several cells like photoreceptors and different neurons in vertebrates will live for many years. Cells may self-reproduce by biological process, wherever each daughter cells area unit perfectly viable. Because of elucidation of the intricacies of cellular restrictive mechanisms we are able to currently play evolution on our time scale: re-design proteins and signalling pathways to realize our ends.  

  • Gene Signalling
  • Systems Biology
  • Genome Design
  • Bioprocessing Engineering
  • Cell Growth & Cell Culture

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