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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.

Biological Response Modifiers

Biological response modifiers (BRM), also known as biological regulators, is a new term for immunotherapeutics. Any substance or method that directly or indirectly enhances the body's anti-tumor effect through the immune system and has a therapeutic effect on the tumor can be called a biological response modifier. Biological regulators have multiple functions and uses. It can enhance the body's anti-tumor function, induce tumor cells to differentiate and mature into normal cells; reduce the immunosuppressive effect, enhance the body's tolerance to toxic substances and directly enhance the body's defense capabilities, promote early recovery of the disease; Radiation therapy and surgical treatment have a curative effect on tumors and reduce their side effects.

Enzymes and Coenzymes Drugs

As a kind of biological catalyst, enzyme has catalytic characteristics such as mild conditions, high catalytic efficiency, high specificity, and adjustable enzyme activity. Coenzymes are a general term for a large class of organic cofactors and are essential factors for enzymes to catalyze redox reactions, group transfers, and isomerization reactions. Coenzymes (coenzymes) are a type of small organic molecules that can transfer chemical groups from one enzyme to another. They are loosely combined with enzymes and are necessary for the activity of specific enzymes. There are many vitamins and their derivatives, such as riboflavin, thiamine, and folic acid, which are coenzymes.
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