Recombinant proteins are a protein that is manipulated to generate large quantities of protein. In addition, to modify a gene sequence and for the manufacturing of useful commercial products.
Through recombinant technology (the process for the formation of recombinant protein), the recombinant protein is carried out in specialized vehicles known as vectors. The protein is encoded in a gene called the recombinant DNA that is cloned in a system that supports expression of the gene and translation of messenger RNA.
The recombinant proteins can be formed by transferring genetic materials isolated from a cell or virus into another cell. Whereas the recombinant protein therapy involves the insertion of the DNA encoding the protein into a bacterial or mammalian cell, expressing the protein in these cells and then purifying it from them. They are used for the production of pharmaceutical products, protein-based polymers for drug delivery, antibodies and enzymes for disease treatment, and for protein scaffolds used for tissue engineering.
Recombinant protein production is a powerful technique in science and has a wide application in