Commentary - Archives of Industrial Biotechnology (2022) Volume 6, Issue 6
Emerging technologies in the pharmaceuticals industry for improving healthcare.
The way engineering biology is carried out in academia and industry on small and big sizes has evolved as a result of technological advancements mixed with novel methodologies. Before beginning a project, a number of questions must be answered, including which host should be used to create the desired product and the circumstances and scale of production that will make it commercially viable. In order to develop microbes more effectively and predictably for use in industrial bioprocesses, this article describes how these difficulties can be overcome. Though it is not without difficulties, engineering biology is now universally acknowledged as a very effective strategy for locating sustainable alternatives to constrained resources. Finding suitable engineered microbes and bioprocesses for effective and scalable production frequently requires investing a lot of time, money, and effort. However, giving these project elements significant thought before beginning any experimental work can help to resolve any problems before they arise.Author(s): Minna Steven