By Leonard G. Davis (auth.), John M. Pezzuto Ph.D., Michael E. Johnson Ph.D., Henri R. Manasse Jr. Ph.D. (eds.)
Biotechnology and Pharmacy deals a distinct evaluation of the rules of biotechnology and their purposes within the pharmaceutical sciences. The e-book assumes a simple wisdom of biology and chemistry and was once written as a textual content compatible for college students of pharmacy or different future health sciences. the 1st a part of the ebook describes the elemental parts of biotechnology, comparable to recombinant DNA and monoclonal antibody know-how; the second one half comprehensively covers purposes of biotechnology within the analysis and therapy of disorder; and the ultimate half deals a pragmatic dialogue of the way biotechnology items will have an effect on the perform of pharmacy.
Microbiologists, biochemists, and medicinal chemists also will locate this booklet to be a invaluable reference.
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