Genetic Engineering

Genetic engineering is the artificial process of genetic modification, manipulation, and recombination of DNA or other nucleic acid molecules in order to enhance or modify the characteristics of an individual organism. Genetic engineering can be applied to the study of diseases in humans and collection of human genetic sequences that could provide a complete record for inheritance of healthy individuals. Genetically modified bacteria are frequently used for generating industrial chemicals. A large multitude of organic chemicals are being synthesised at large scales with the help of genetically engineered microorganisms. An important application of genetic engineering is to modify the genotype of crop plants to make them more nutritious, productive, protein rich, disease and abiotic stress resistant, and less fertilizer consuming. Genetic engineering and plant tissue culture techniques are used to produce high yielding cereals, pulses and vegetable crops.

  • Track 1-1 Gene probes and diagnosis of disease
  • Track 2-2 Virology
  • Track 3-3 Production of Recombinant proteins
  • Track 4-4 Cell transformation
  • Track 5-5 Gene cloning systems
  • Track 6-6 Mutation analysis
  • Track 7-7 Production of recombinant proteins
  • Track 8-8 Artificial Insemination and Cryopreservation

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