Modern Biopharmaceuticals: Design, Development and Optimization, 4 vols. (CD-ROM included).
Modern biopharmaceuticals; design, development and optimization optimization
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Ed. by Jorg Knablein.
The four volumes of this work contain detailed articles by highly regarded researchers in both academe and industry (working mainly in Europe and the U.S., though some are in Israel and Asia) offering a comprehensive resource of the current state of research in the field. The articles are grouped into the themes of biopharmaceuticals in molecular medicine, their mode of action, their development and production, their use in diagnostics and imaging, advanced applications, the process from transcription transcription /trans·crip·tion/ (-krip´shun) the synthesis of RNA using a DNA template catalyzed by RNA polymerase; the base sequences of the RNA and DNA are complementary.
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