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By M. Raafat El-Gewely

ISBN-10: 0444530320

ISBN-13: 9780444530325

Biotechnology is a various, advanced and quickly evolving box. scholars and skilled researchers alike face the demanding situations of staying on best of advancements of their box of distinctiveness and protecting a broader review of the sphere as an entire. Volumes containing powerfuble studies on a various diversity of themes within the box satisfy the twin function of broadening and updating biotechnologists' wisdom. the present quantity is a wonderful instance of any such ebook. the themes lined variety from classical concerns in biotechnology - similar to, contemporary advances in all-protein chromophore expertise- to issues which are inquisitive about sequencing and recombinant vaccines. the knowledge awarded during this e-book will for that reason could be of significant price to either skilled biotechnologists and biotechnologists in education. * comprises over two hundred figures with greater than 60 tables * Discusses worthwhile info on pharming & transgenic crops * presents specific info at the creation of plasmid DNA for pharmaceutical use

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This is because, by chance, no highly over-represented codon pairs were generated early in the coding sequence of the codon optimized gene. However, the poorly expressed native yeast sequence contains three highly over-represented codon pairs in this same early coding sequence. By design, the Hot Rod gene expresses well because it is totally devoid of over-represented codon pairs so that the translation kinetics are optimal and the gene is highly expressed. While Hot Rod genes are always active and produce high levels of protein in E.

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