Therapeutic Proteins

 Protein-based therapeutics has made much progress over the past 20 years. For now, biological drugs have been widely used in prevention and treatment of disease. Protein-based therapeutics, including peptides, recombinant proteins, monoclonal antibodies and vaccines, are highly successful in clinical and currently enjoy unprecedented recognition of their potential. In order to make sure the protein therapeutics are correctly synthesized & modified, and maintain correct senior structures, the quality of biological drugs needs to be accessed. Protein-based therapeutics is engagingly being advanced as new chemical entities in the pharmaceutical and life science industries. The proteins can then be formed in their functional form (quaternary structure), rather than by microbial biosynthesis (yeast/bacteria), significantly decreasing the downstream stages of the process.  

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