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 Manjesh Singh
  4th-Mar-2008

From the first recombinant protein in the 70s, modern biotechnology and more particularly the industrial or white biotechnology is a real alternative technology for the development and the production of goods from renewable resources (in 2015 up to €300 billion in chemical product sales will be bioproduced). It will allow increasing energy and processing efficiency (cost-effectiveness, flexibility, cleanness, sustainability). So please think not only about pharmaceutical products when we are talking about the 'so trendy' biotechnology market. The invisible white biotechnology revolution is going on.

Paris February 24, 2008 -- The life science market is generally segmented in four segments: Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Diagnostics and Medical Devices. A common problem is the confusion between the biotechnology and pharmaceutical segments. Let us try to clarify a little bit the 'so trendy' biotechnology market. In fact, there are two kinds of biotechnology: the traditional and the modern biotechnologies. The traditional one is the fermentation mainly used in food and feed applications (Roquette, Danisco, Cargill, ADM…). The modern biotechnology comes from the discovery of recombinant DNA molecules (Stan Cohen and Herb Boyer in 1973), hybridoma technology (Cesar Milstein and Georges Kohler in 1974) and more particularly the development of molecular biology since then.Let us go from the first biotech company to the invisible revolution - the white or industrial biotechnology.

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Domain: Electronics
Category: Consumer
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