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How Medical Industry Works With Beauty Biotechnology

Author: Mohamed Fareed
by Mohamed Fareed
Posted: May 27, 2021
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Beauty biotechnology is a relatively new medical practice using genetic engineering to produce new and innovative proteins and enzymes that promote the health and beauty of human beings. Beauty biotechnology promises to solve many of today's age-old problems regarding age-related illness and disease by producing pharmaceutical proteins that can replace the natural ones that are either ineffective or harmful for human health. Beauty biotechnology has the potential to extend human life expectancy through better nutrition, healthier immune systems, and improved longevity. Beauty biotechnology can potentially have a significant impact on the quality of life of people living in all income classes around the world.

The field of biotechnology has a long history, but only in the last few decades has it become a prominent part of medicine. The field of biotechnology began with the development of antibiotics and DNA cloning during the latter part of the twentieth century. In the past decade, this field has exploded into a high-tech enterprise based on the understanding of genetic algorithms and the use of sophisticated computer software tools to identify and pursue the precise qualities needed in therapeutic proteins. Beauty biotechnology is the study of how the human body grows and how diseases develop over time. Beauty biotechnology hopes to apply the knowledge of genetic algorithms to the study of aging and disease to develop treatments and possibly even prevent them. Beauty biotechnology researchers include scientists with backgrounds in mathematics, computer science, medicine, and biochemistry; as well as biochemists, structural biologists, pharmacologists, and technicians.

Beauty biotechnology research involves identifying, characterizing, and then testing the potential of potential drugs. The primary focus of most research is to determine whether a protein molecule, or a small DNA fragment, may be the basis for the development of a new and effective pharmaceutical. Although the potential for finding such molecules has existed for a long time, the process of development of any drug often stumbles along at a slower pace than anticipated. A key problem is that, because human genes have not changed significantly for thousands of years, potential drug molecules are also often difficult to locate. Beauty biotechnology researchers are looking to bypass these difficulties by developing drugs based on genetic sequences which have already been identified through previous research.

In the case of HIV, an AIDS drug called Crixivan is the main focus of beauty biotechnology research. Crixivan was originally developed as an anti-cancer agent, but it was soon determined that it had other health promoting qualities. Because Crixivan can affect human growth and development, it was decided to look for ways to make this drug more acceptable to human beings. Biotech companies have spent billions of dollars researching potential ingredients and methods for producing Crixivan. Although no human testing has yet been performed on Crixivan itself, biotechnology researchers are hopeful that the drug will one day be available to those who need it.

Another prime focus of beauty biotechnology research is the development of vaccines and treatments for cancer and other serious diseases. Most cancers take many years to develop, and in the meantime, people suffer from debilitating symptoms. Beauty biotechnology researchers are working feverishly to find a cure for cancer. The current rate of success is not great, however. There is currently no vaccine in the works, and no treatment for advanced cancers.

Beauty biotechnology researchers are hopeful that they will be able to complete their work and produce a cure or treatment very soon. Right now, drug development takes twenty to thirty years, and that is with the most thorough clinical trials possible. With the advent of Beauty Biotechnology, that number could be cut down dramatically.

About the Author

Fareed is a graduate of computer science engineering, a writer and marketing consultant. he continues to study on Nano technology and its resulting benefits to achieving almost there.

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