Microbial Engineering: Using Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering for alternate source development

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Microbial engineering is the process of using genetic engineering to regulate the metabolism of an organism either by optimization or introduction of  series of molecular and biochemical pathway components in bacteria, yeast or plants to increase the productivity of specific metabolites for various applications such as pharmaceuticals, beverages, cheese and other biotechnology products.

Genome editing or genome engineering global market share will be ~$08.00 billion by 2025        

  • Vaccines
  • Synthetic biology (The next chassis organisms)
  • Metabolically engineered products
  • Metabolic engineered fuels & chemicals
  • Drug delivery systems
  • Cell culture & medical applications
  • Electro-microbiology
  • Bioinformatics-Computational tools & methods

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