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    Biotechnology and Biopharmaceuticals

    Introduces biopharmaceuticals and their product characteristics. An easy to understand explanation of the science of biotechnology that underlies biopharmaceuticals is provided. This includes the role of DNA and proteins in the body, along with an explanation of Recombinant DNA Technology and Monoclonal Antibody Technology. The characteristics of biopharmaceutical products are explored and compared to traditional small molecule pharmaceuticals, and the main types of products described.

      Duration: 30 Mins

    SKU: BPU-1100-SPL06-EN Category: Tag:


    Learning Objectives:

    • Explain the terms ‘biotechnology’ and ‘pharmaceutical biotechnology’
    • Explain the term ‘biopharmaceutical’
    • Explain the differences between biopharmaceuticals and traditional pharmaceuticals
    • Describe the principle of recombinant DNA technology
    • Describe the principle of monoclonal antibody technology
    • List examples of biopharmaceutical products
    • List and explain the key characteristics of biopharmaceuticals
    • Describe the advantages of biopharmaceutical products

    Suite of 16 Modules

    Module Features:

       Voice Over
        Knowledge Checks
       SCORM/AICC compatible
        Full Screen

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