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recombinant protein


Recombinant protein production has become an essential tool for providing the necessary amounts of a protein of interest to either research or therapy by providing adequate amounts of proteins for studying protein structure and function. Moreover, scaled-up facilities produce recombinant vaccines, hormones, antibodies, growth factors, blood components, and enzymes. The development of genetic engineering has made the production and expression of target proteins in a recombinant form possible by using different expression hosts, including bacterial, fungal, or eukaryotic host cells.

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