Download Molecular Biology & Chromatography Techniques Course

Molecular Biology & Chromatography Techniques Course video udemy, Molecular Biology involves the study of biological activities at the molecular level, focusing on DNA RNA, and proteins. On the other hand, Chromatography Techniques refer to a set of laboratory methods for separating and analyzing complex mixtures. Together, these fields provide a comprehensive understanding of the building blocks of life and the analytical tools to investigate them.

What you’ll learn

  • 1. Holistic Understanding: Gain profound insights into the molecular mechanisms governing life processes.
  • 2. Cutting-Edge Techniques: Acquire hands-on experience with state-of-the-art chromatography techniques.
  • 3. Research Opportunities: Explore avenues for groundbreaking research in genetics, genomics, and biochemistry.
  • 4. Interdisciplinary Knowledge: Develop a cross-disciplinary skill set essential for modern scientific inquiry.

Course content

  • Section 1: Introduction
  • Lecture 1 Introduction
  • Lecture 2 Biobased Products
  • Lecture 3 Types of Bioproducts
  • Lecture 4 What is Scale-Up
  • Lecture 5 Bioreactor – Production Unit
  • Lecture 6 Example of Food Biotechnology Cheese Making
  • Lecture 7 Amul Production
  • Lecture 8 Key Points for Consideration for Scale Up Your Industrial Bioprocess
  • Lecture 9 Advantage and Disadvantage
  • Lecture 10 Indian Scenario
  • Section 2: Molecular Biology & Chromatography Techniques
  • Lecture 11 Fermentation and Microbes
  • Lecture 12 Why Microbes are The Key Player of Fermentation
  • Lecture 13 Central Metabolic Pathways
  • Lecture 14 Alcoholic & Acidic Fermentation
  • Lecture 15 National Collection of Industrial Microorganisms (NCIM)
  • Lecture 16 Primary & Secondary Screening
  • Lecture 17 Feedstock for Fermentation
  • Lecture 18 Selection of Process Parameters
  • Lecture 19 Media Formulation for Better Yield
  • Lecture 20 Selection of Process Parameter and Inhibitors
  • Lecture 21 Sterilization
  • Lecture 22 Example
  • Section 3: Molecular Biology & Chromatography Techniques
  • Lecture 23 Research Article
  • Lecture 24 Physicochemical Factors
  • Lecture 25 Batch Fermentation
  • Lecture 26 Fed Batch Fermentation & Its Type
  • Lecture 27 Desired Product
  • Lecture 28 Continuous Fermentation
  • Lecture 29 Submerged and Solid-State Fermentation
  • Lecture 30 Substrates
  • Lecture 31 Physico Chemical Factors For SSF
  • Section 4: Molecular Biology & Chromatography Techniques
  • Lecture 32 Comparing Submerged and Solid-State Fermentation of Agro-Industrial
  • Lecture 33 Production Metrics
  • Lecture 34 Strain Improvement- Application of Mutation
  • Lecture 35 Example of Penicillin & Lysine Production
  • Lecture 36 Factor Associated with Mustagenesis
  • Lecture 37 Strain Improvement- Application of Metabolic Engineering
  • Lecture 38 Approaches to Engineer Strains For Stable & Reliable Production
  • Lecture 39 Substrate Utilization Engineering
  • Lecture 40 Tolerance Engineering
  • Lecture 41 Genetic Stability and Strain Robustness
  • Lecture 42 Recombinant Insulin Production E-Coli
  • Section 5: Molecular Biology & Chromatography Techniques
  • Lecture 43 Basic Concepts of Bioreactor
  • Lecture 44 Bioreactor Geometry Designs
  • Lecture 45 Stirrer Geometry Impeller
  • Lecture 46 Simultaneous Axial & Radial
  • Lecture 47 Issues Related with Mixing
  • Lecture 48 Bioreactor Control System
  • Lecture 49 Bioreactor for Submerged Fermentation
  • Lecture 50 Bioprocess Parameters
  • Lecture 51 Types of Bioreactor Based on Agitation
  • Lecture 52 Pneumatically Driven – Reactors Agitated by Air Flow
  • Lecture 53 Orbitally Shaken Bioreactors
  • Lecture 54 Bioreactor for Solid State Fermentation
  • Lecture 55 Bioreactor Rotating Drum
  • Lecture 56 Difference Between SSF and SMF
  • Lecture 57 Example of Solid State
  • Section 6: Molecular Biology & Chromatography Techniques
  • Lecture 58 Metabolism
  • Lecture 59 Enzymes
  • Lecture 60 Types of Enzymes and Based on Occurrence
  • Lecture 61 Type of Enzyme Based on Specificity
  • Lecture 62 Isozymes
  • Lecture 63 Enzyme Classification Based on Type of Reaction They Catalyse
  • Lecture 64 Enzyme Type Based on Their Application
  • Lecture 65 Food Grade Enzymes
  • Lecture 66 In Starch Industry & Biocatalytic Routes of Stain Removal
  • Lecture 67 Industrial Use of Animal Feed Enzymes
  • Lecture 68 Therapeutic Enzymes
  • Lecture 69 Enzyme Mode of Action
  • Lecture 70 Hypothesis
  • Lecture 71 Factor Affecting Enzyme Activity
  • Lecture 72 Enzyme Principle

Course details

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration: 07h 41m
  • Number of lessons: 6 Section and 72 lectures
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Compressed file size: 3.3 GB
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