Learn the fundamentals of biotechnology with this course designed for chemical engineers working in design, operations, or other support functions.
The course focuses on the methods used to develop cell lines to produce a variety of biological drug products. It begins by presenting an overview of microorganisms, other cells, and identification techniques commonly used. These concepts are then used to introduce the methods used for cell line development, metabolic engineering, and several “omics” tools. The final sessions, focus on expression and purification of biological drug products; monitoring cell growth and product expression; and fermentation/cell culture.
Here's a preview of what you'll learn:
- Survey of Microorganisms and Cells
- Microbial and Cell Identification by Morphology, Physiology and Genome Sequencing
- Overview of Biological Drug Products
- Basic Genetic Engineering of Microorganisms for Cell Line Development
- Metabolic Engineering and Use of “Omics”
- Expression and Purification of Biological Drug Products
- Monitoring Cell Growth and Product Expression
- Basic Concepts of Fermentation and Cell Culture
Who Should Attend:
This course is appropriate for any chemical engineer working in design, operations, or a support function who wants a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of biotechnology processes.
Six instructors from the staff of the Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC) at NC State University ( http://www.btec.ncsu.edu/ ) provided content for this course.
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