Recombinant DNA

Production, Gene Cloning, Technology, Policy and Market Strategies

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 Information Profile @ a Glance  
  • rDNA stands for recombinant DNA
  • It is DNA that has been created artificially. DNA from two or more sources is incorporated into a single recombinant molecule.
  • Producing many identical copies of the same recombinant molecule is called cloning. Cloning can be done in vitro, by a process called the polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
  • Vectors are used to carry DNA into host cells.
  • Plasmids are molecules of DNA that are found in bacteria separate from the bacterial chromosome.
  • Gene Therapy is treating a genetic disease by inserting a healthy copy of a gene into the cells that particularly need it.
  • Production of recombinant proteins in eukaryotic systems generally takes place in yeast and filamentous fungi.
  • Recombinant DNA technology allows us to isolate specific genes from the genome
  • It has made a revolutionary impact in the area of healthcare by enabling mass production of safe, pure and more effective versions of various biochemicals used as therapeutics. It has helped in the production of new therapeutics as well as safer and/or effective versions of conventionally produced therapeutics.
  • Recombinant DNA biotechnology is the latest in a long line of tools that plant breeders have used to enhance plant availability, survival, and growth to benefit people.
  • Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee (RDAC) recommends, from time to time, suitable and appropriate safety regulations for recombinant research, use and applications.
  • The goal of Indian Government is to ensure that research and applications in bio-sciences
    and biotechnology are guided by a system of monitoring.


  • Recombinant Protein Production
  • Potential and Safety
  • Production and Quality
  • Cultivation of Recombinant Escherichia Coli


  • Therapeutic Products
  • Labeling of rDNA
  • Biotechnology
  • Production and Testing

Gene Cloning

  • rDNA & Gene Cloning
  • Cloning the DNA
  • Construction and Cloning
  • Recombinant DNA/Cloning
  • Gene cloning and Genetic Engineering
  • DNA Cloning and Vector Construction
  • rDNA
  • Chronology
  • Bacterial Transformation


  • Definition and Purpose
  • Fundamentals
  • rDNA Technology
  • Gene Cloning
  • Cloning and Vector
  • Biotechnology and rDNA Techniques


  • Policy
  • Planning for Biosafety
  • UCLA Policy
  • Infectious Agents in Research
  • rDNA Debate

Uses, Benefits and Applications

  • Recombinant DNA Biotechnology
  • Application in Molecular Biology
  • Biotechnology
  • Stem Cell Research
  • Bio-Based Economy
  • Gene Therapy Advisory Committee


 Registration, Regulation and Guidelines

  • Registration Guidelines & Definitions
  • Registration of Experiments
  • Safety Considerations
  • Safety Program
  • Advisory Committee
  • Guide for rDNA Molecules
  • Guidelines for rDNA Organisms
  • Experiments
  • Research Involving rDNA molecules
  • Indian Recombinant DNA Safety

Market Strategies

  • r DNA Proteins and  Future for Escherichia coli
  • Market Report-Japan
  • Industry Sector Focus
  • Chronology
  • Strategic Market Outlook
  • Governing Biotechnology


  • rDNA/Protein Resource Facility-OSU
  • Amendments and Updates
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine
  • Biotechnology Regulatory Guide

Import and Export in India

  • India
  • Indian Initiatives on Codes
  • Regulation of Genetically Modified Organisms
  • Analysis of Biotechnology
  • Biosafety Regulations
  • Foreign Investment in India

Import and Export

  • Import Regulations
  • Genetically Modified Agricultural Products
  • Biosafety Rules-Pakistan
  • Import Regulations & Standards

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