publication . Article . 2014

Brief Note on the Development of Biotechnology

Karl Bayer;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2014 Journal: Food Technology and Biotechnology, volume 52, issue 1, pages 13-15 (issn: 1330-9862, eissn: 1334-2606, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University of Zagreb
Abstract
Biotechnology, with the main applications in food and nutrition, dates back to the early times of mankind. In the recent decades the progress in natural sciences, mathematics and computer science has led to a new branch termed molecular biotechnology, which finally developed as an autonomous scientific discipline. The field of biotechnology, in the past generally empirically driven, now largely benefits from molecular biotechnology by improved systems, knowledge and understanding. Thereby, compliance with the recently published initiatives of the regulatory authorities to accelerate the approval process for the manufacturing of biopharmaceuticals can be gained.
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free text keywords: molecular biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, PAT, QbD, lcsh:Biotechnology, lcsh:TP248.13-248.65, lcsh:Food processing and manufacture, lcsh:TP368-456
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