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Biotechnology Electronic Notebook



Chapter 1

What is Biotechnology?


1.1

What is Biotechnology?


1.2

Doing Biotechnology: Scientific Methodology in a Research Facility


1.3

The Variety of Biotechnology Products


1.4

How Companies Pick Potential Produc
ts


1.5

Who does Biotechnology? Careers in the Biotechnology Industry


1.6

Biotechnology with a Conscience
-

Bioethics

Chapter 2

The Raw Materials of Biotechnology


2.1

The Raw Materials of Biotechnology


2.2

Cellular Organization and Processes


2.3

The Molecules of Cells


2.4

The "New" Biotechnology
-

Manipulating Molecules

Chapter 3

Basic Skills of the Biotechnology Workplace


3.1

Measuring Instruments in a Biotechnology Facility


3.2

Making Solutions


3.3

Solutions of a Given Mass/Volume Con
centration


3.4

Solutions of a Given % Mass/Volume Concentration


3.5

Solutions of Differing Molar Concentrations


3.6

Dilutions of Concentrated Solutions

Chapter 4

Introduction to the Studying of DNA Molecules


4.1

DNA Structure and Function


4.2

S
ources of DNA


4.3

Isolating and Manipulating DNA


4.4

Using Gel Electrophoresis to Study Molecules

Chapter 5

Introduction to the Studying of Protein Molecules


5.1

The Structure and Function of Proteins


5.2

The Production of Proteins


5.3

Enzymes
: Protein Catalysts


5.4

Studying Proteins


5.5

Why Study Proteins?

Chapter 6

Finding a Potential Biotechnology Product


6.1

Sources of Potential Products


6.2

The Use of Assays


6.3

Looking for Products in Nature


6.4

Studying Plant Proteins as Po
ssible Products


6.5

Producing rDNA Protein Products

Chapter 7

Spectrophotometers and Assays for Biotechnology Products


7.1

Using the Spectrophotometer to Detect Molecules


7.2

roduction to pH


7.3

Buffers


7.4

Using the Spectrophotometers to Measure Protein Concentration

Chapter 8

Modeling the Production of a Biotechnology Product


8.1

Producin
g a Genetically Engineered Product


8.2

Transforming Cells


8.3

After Transformation


8.4

Fermentation, Manufacturing, and GMP


8.5

Retrieving Plasmids after Transformation

Chapter 9

Bringing a Biotechnology Product to Market


9.1

Harvesting a Prote
in Product


9.2

Using Chromatography to Study and Separate Molecules


9.3

Column Chromatography


9.4

Product Quality Control


9.5

Marketing and Sales

Chapter 10

Introduction to Plant Biotechnology


10.1

Introduction to Plant Propagation


10.2

Basic

Plant Anatomy


10.3

Plant Growth, Structure, and Function


10.4

Introduction to Plant Breeding


10.5

Statistical Analysis of Data

Chapter 11

Biotechnology in Agriculture


11.1

Cloning Plants


11.2

Cloning by Plant Tissue Culture


11.3

New Applicat
ions of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Horticulture


11.4

Isolating DNA from Plant Cells

Chapter 12

Biotechnology in Medicine


12.1

Drug Discovery


12.2

Creating Pharmaceuticals through Combinatorial Chemistry


12.3

Creating Pharmaceutical through
Peptide or DNA Synthesis


12.4

Creating Pharmaceutical by Protein/Antibody Engineering

Chapter 13

Making DNA Molecules


13.1

Making DNA Molecules
-

DNA Synthesis


13.2

DNA Synthesis Products


13.3

Polymerase Chain Reaction
-

PCR


13.4

Applications o
f PCR Technology

Chapter 14

Advanced Biotechnology Topics


14.1

Advanced DNA Topics
-

DNA Sequencing


14.2

Advanced DNA Studies
-

Genomics


14.3

Advanced Protein Studies


14.4

Other Advances in Biotechnology