• Product
  • Supplier
  • Inquiry


    Home > Biochemical Engineering

    Biochemical Engineering

    The laboratory results of biotechnology are developed through processes and engineering to become a process for industrial production, often called biochemical engineering. Generally, fermentation engineering, large-scale cultivation of animal and plant cells, enzyme engineering, biochemical reaction engineering, biological separation engineering (downstream engineering), biological functional elements (such as enzyme electrodes), and control and optimization of biological processes are all included in biochemical engineering. Inside. Biochemical engineering is a new discipline formed by the combination of modern biotechnology and traditional chemical technology. It is a discipline that successfully applies the principles and methods of chemical engineering to the industrial development of biotechnology laboratories.

    Biosynthetic Natural Products

    Biosynthetic natural products refer to the secondary metabolites of organisms classified from animals, plants and microorganisms. Natural product chemistry research based on biotechnology can provide more mature methods and strategies for producing natural compounds.

    Nucleic Acid Drugs

    Nucleic acid drugs, also known as nucleotide drugs, are various oligoribonucleotides (RNA) or oligodeoxyribonucleotides (DNA) with different functions, mainly at the gene level. It is generally believed that nucleic acid drugs include Aptamer, Antigene, Ribozyme, Antisencenucleic acid, and RNA interference agents.

    Biochemical Reagents

    Biochemical reagents refer to biological materials or organic compounds related to life science research, as well as reagents for clinical diagnosis and medical research. Biochemical reagents can be divided into amino acids, molecular weights, proteins, proteins, nucleotides, nucleic acids, enzymes, coenzymes, sugars, esters, hormones, etc. according to the substances contained in biological tissues or generated during metabolic processes; According to the needs of biological research, it can be divided into electrophoresis reagents, chromatography reagents, immunological reagents, labeling reagents, histochemical reagents, etc.

    Microbiology Reagents

    Microbiology Reagents are living microbial preparations made with normal microorganisms or substances that promote the growth of microorganisms. That is to say, all the preparations that can promote the growth and reproduction of normal microbiota and inhibit the growth and reproduction of pathogenic bacteria are called "microbial preparations".
    Send Message