Therapeutic Proteins are those proteins that are generally engineered in the laboratory for pharmaceutical uses and purposes. Insulin was the first therapeutic protein. Therapeutic proteins can be generated in the host specific cells because of r-DNA technology. The deficiency of an essential protein can also be compensated by the therapeutic protein. The fastest growing class of therapeutic proteins is antibodies. These can be used in the treatment of cancer and in the case of any auto immune diseases.
- Track 1-1 Peptide Therapeutics
- Track 2-2 Bioassays
- Track 3-3 Sickle Cell Anemia
- Track 4-4 Insulin
- Track 5-5 Viral Vaccines
- Track 6-6 Upstream and Downstream Development