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1040070159_Revised TERM PAPER

1040070159_Revised TERM PAPER

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 LOVELY PROFESSIONAL UNIVERSITYPHAGWARA (PUNJAB)TERM PAPER (3
rd
SEMISTER) 2008CONCEPTS IN BIOTECHNOLOGYBTC-012B.TECH Bio-TechTOPIC:-
“IDENTIFICATION METHODS BASED ONDETECTION OF TRANSLATION PRODUCTS OFCLONED GENE (WESTERN BLOTTING)”
SUBMITTED BY:-PRIYAM CHAUDHARYB.TECH Bio-Tech “A” (154)ROLL NO. - 55 (Group-2)SUBMITTED TO:-MR.HARSH KUMAR 
 
 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I hereby owe my all success in making this term paper to our subject “CONCEPTS INBIOTECHNOLOGY” lecturer “
MR.HARSH KUMAR 
”. Under his able and cooperativeguidance, it was possible to make this term paper on the topic
“IDENTIFICATIONMETHODS BASED ON DETECTION OF TRANSLATION PRODUCTS OF CLONEDGENE (WESTERN BLOTTING)”.
I also referred to the foreign as well as Indian author textbooks and also used the internet services to bring out and present the best or at least the better presentable topic before all those reading this. Nevertheless of taking help of so many sources, Ihugely owe the greater of my gratitude to able and highly enlightening guidance of our Bio-Techlecturer “
MR.HARSH KUMAR 
”. Thanking all for their every little help, I present most humblymy term paper on the topic
“IDENTIFICATION METHODS BASED ON DETECTION OFTRANSLATION PRODUCTS OF CLONED GENE (WESTERN BLOTTING)”.
Thanking you
PRIYAM CHAUDHARY
 
 
PREFACE
Genetic engineering is a new technology that combines genes from totally unrelated species, incombinations not possible using conventional breeding methods. Genes from an animal, say, afish, can be put into a plant, a strawberry for instance. In fact this is an actual example of anattempt to "improve" strawberry plants. The fish gene is supposed to make the strawberries moreresistant to frost by causing the strawberry plant to produce a form of antifreeze which the fishnormally produces to endure cold ocean conditions.Over 60 percent of all processed foods purchased by U.S. consumers are manufactured withGenetic engineered ingredients. Some corn and potatoes have even been genetically engineeredto contain a gene from BT bacteria which causes every cell of the plants to produce aninsecticidal toxin. Yet there is no labelling of these or any GE foods as being geneticallyengineered, because the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers the geneticallyengineered organisms (GEOs) from which these foods are made to be "substantially equivalent"to the non-genetically engineered plant from which the GEOs are derived.The primary goal of this term pare has been to provide useful information about geneticengineering in a simple and illustrative language. The organization of the material I largelytraditional and the order, in which the content arranged, is a matter of personal choice. I hopeyou will enjoy reading.Thanking You
PRIYAM CHAUDHARY

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