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A course intended to provide you with basic knowledge of the principles and techniques used in the preparation, stability and formulation of different protein and peptide drugs such as vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, transgenic therapeutics and gene therapy.</p>
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|Lecture 1||2 pages|
|Biotechnology course outline for pharmacy students It includes the topics that will be discussed throughout the lectures provides certain requirements and skills gained by the student to pass this course.|
|Section 1: Introduction|
Introduction To Biotechnology
|Section 2: The Genetic Material|
|Lecture 3||44 slides|
|This lecture includes introductory information about the structure and function of DNA and RNA and the different processes and steps to synthesize proteins on the cellular level|
Transcription and Protein Synthesis - Great Video -
|Section 3: Protein Structure|
|Lecture 5||24 slides|
|We will introduce Amino Acids in this lecture, provide different ways of categorization, learn their structures and some of their chemical characteristics|
|Lecture 6||43 slides|
|Learn the different structures of proteins, who they form, what kind of bonds form them and their functional and morphological role.|
The Four Structures Of Protein -Video-
|Section 4: Genetic Engineering|
Recombinant DNA Technology -Video -
|Lecture 9||30 slides|
Recombinant DNA is the general name for taking a piece of one DNA, and combining it with another strand of DNA. Thus, the name recombinant!
Recombinant DNA is also sometimes referred to as "chimera." By combining two or more different strands of DNA, scientists are able to create a new strand of DNA.
|The first method of sequencing the genetic code was devised by Fred Sanger. To sequence the DNA, it must first be separated into two strands. The strand to be sequenced is copied using chemically altered bases. These altered bases cause the copying process to stop each time one particular letter is incorporated into the growing DNA chain. This process is carried out for all four bases, and then the fragments are put together like a jigsaw to reveal the sequence of the original piece of DNA.|
DNA Sequencing -Slides-
Polymerase Chain Reaction
Polymerase Chain Reaction --Video
|Section 5: Biotechnological Medicines|
Formulation Of Biotech Products
Genomics , Proteomics And Other Biotechnology Related Techniques
|Section 6: Practice Sessions|
|Lecture 19||5 pages|
|Lecture 22||1 page|
|Suggested first exam questions|
Energetic, muticultural, concept oriented educator, with strong management skills, working on providing competency based education in the pharmaceutical field. With the use of information and communication technological tools, It is possible that we can make pharmaceutical education an intensive workshop to prepare the student or the pharmacist after graduation to have all the skills and the knowledge needed to tackle all the tasks that are needed to take an active role in the improvement of the health sector and the overall welfare of the community
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