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Biotechnology in Indian context


Biotechnology is the sunrise industry and perhaps one of the fastest emerging sectors in the new generation Indian economy, resulting in tremendous growth in research initiatives and jobs creation. The vast base of intellectual prowess and well developed skill sets, R&D facilities and cost advantage all tend to make India as one of the most promising markets in the world and offer great opportunities to business and industry for making investments and reaping the benefits thereof. The government is also trying hard to frame and modify the policy framework so as to make India a vibrant hub of bio technology research and infrastructure development centre.

Biotechnology in India can be divided into three broad areas Medicinal sector relating to improved human and animal health care and drug research, agricultural sector leading to introduction of new crops and improved plant produce and industrial arena leading to establishment of new economy companies and industries.

The core competence of Indian biotech industry exists in the following areas and sectors:

Growth of fermentation-based products.
Use of plant and animal parts for extracting value added products of high purity.
Use of cell and microbial culture techniques.
Plant breeding techniques and animal breeding technology based on molecular methodology.
Plant cell/tissue culture, etc.
DNA technology of plants and animals
Isolation of plants and animal products.
Bioprocess engineering
Gene manipulation of microbes and animal cells;

The Biotech Market success Story

India is a success story as far as development in the Bio technology sector is concerned for betterment of health care and animal produce and agricultural growth and plant produce. Development and Production of indigenous Hepatitis B vaccine by a number of companies, world patents for solid state fermentation called plafactor, Drug delivery system for gene therapy; production of indigenous HIV I&II Detection rapid Test Kit, development of various other indigenous diagnostic kits and transfer to Industry, Introduction of transgenic Bt cotton and successful trial under contained conditions of a number of vegetable, horticulture and crops, research into genetically modified seeds and bio fertilizers and bio products , development of human insulin, growth hormone, Interferons (alpha 2a &2b), development of various animal vaccines such as poultry vaccines are a few of the success stories as far as growth of this sectors is concerned.
 

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