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2 BIOTECHNOLOGY Subject Code: BT Course Structure Sections/Units Section A Section B Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7 Section C Section D Section E Topics Engineering Mathematics General Biotechnology Biochemistry Microbiology Cell Biology Molecular Biology and Genetics Analytical Techniques Immunology Bioinformatics Recombinant DNA Technology Plant and Animal Biotechnology Bioprocess Engineering and Process Biotechnology Course Syllabus Section A: Engineering Mathematics Linear Algebra: Matrices and determinants Systems of linear equations Eigen values and Eigen vectors Calculus: Limit, continuity and differentiability Partial derivatives Maxima and minima Sequences and series 1

3 Test for convergence Fourier Series Differential Equations: Linear and nonlinear first order ODEs Higher order ODEs with constant coefficients Cauchy s and Euler s equations Laplace transforms PDE-Laplace Heat and wave equations Probability and Statistics: Mean, median, mode and standard deviation Random variables Poisson Normal and binomial distributions Correlation and regression analysis Numerical Methods: Solution of linear and nonlinear algebraic equations Integration of trapezoidal and Simpson s rule Single and multistep methods for differential equations Section B: General Biotechnology Unit 1: Biochemistry Biomolecules-structure and functions Biological membranes Structure Action potential Transport processes Enzymes: Classification Kinetics and mechanism of action Basic concepts and designs of metabolism: Carbohydrates Lipids Amino acids Nucleic acids Photosynthesis Respiration Electron transport chain Bioenergetics 2

4 Unit 2: Microbiology Viruses- structure and classification Microbial classification and diversity (bacterial, algal and fungal) Methods in microbiology Microbial growth and nutrition Aerobic and anaerobic respiration Nitrogen fixation Microbial diseases and host-pathogen interaction Unit 3: Cell Biology Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell structure Cell cycle and cell growth control Cell-Cell communication Cell signaling and signal transduction Unit 4: Molecular Biology and Genetics Molecular structure of genes and chromosomes Mutations and mutagenesis Nucleic acid replication, transcription, translation and their regulatory mechanisms in prokaryotes and eukaryotes Mendelian inheritance Gene interaction Complementation Linkage, recombination and chromosome mapping Extra chromosomal inheritance Microbial genetics (plasmids, transformation, transduction, conjugation) Horizontal gene transfers and Transposable elements RNA interference DNA damage and repair Chromosomal variation Molecular basis of genetic diseases Unit 5: Analytical Techniques Principles of microscopy-light, electron, fluorescent and confocal Centrifugation- high speed and ultra Principles of spectroscopy: UV Visible 3

5 CD IR FTIR Raman MS NMR Principles of chromatography: Ion exchange Gel filtration Hydrophobic interaction Affinity GC HPLC FPLC Electrophoresis Microarray Unit 6: Immunology History of Immunology Innate, humoral and cell mediated immunity Antigen Antibody structure and function Molecular basis of antibody diversity Synthesis of antibody and secretion Antigen-antibody reaction Complement Primary and secondary lymphoid organ B and T cells and macrophages Major histocompatibility complex (MHC) Antigen processing and presentation Polyclonal and monoclonal antibody Regulation of immune response Immune tolerance Hypersensitivity Autoimmunity Graft versus host reaction Unit 7: Bioinformatics Major bioinformatics resources and search tools Sequence and structure databases 4

6 Sequence analysis: Biomolecular sequence file formats Scoring matrices Sequence alignment Phylogeny Data mining and analytical tools for genomic and proteomic studies Molecular dynamics and simulations (basic concepts including force fields, protein-protein, protein-nucleic acid, protein-ligand interaction) Section C: Recombinant DNA Technology Restriction and modification enzymes Vectors; plasmid, bacteriophage and other viral vectors, cosmids, Ti plasmid, yeast artificial chromosome Mammalian and plant expression vectors cdna and genomic DNA library Gene isolation, cloning and expression Transposons and gene targeting DNA labeling DNA sequencing Polymerase chain reactions DNA fingerprinting Southern and northern blotting In-situ hybridization RAPD, RFLP Site-directed mutagenesis Gene transfer technologies Gene therapy Section D: Plant and Animal Biotechnology Totipotency Regeneration of plants Plant growth regulators and elicitors Tissue culture and Cell suspension culture system: Methodology Kinetics of growth Nutrient optimization Production of secondary metabolites by plant suspension cultures Hairy root culture Transgenic plants Plant products of industrial importance 5

7 Animal cell culture Media composition and growth conditions Animal cell and tissue preservation Anchorage and non-anchorage dependent cell culture Kinetics of cell growth Micro & macro-carrier culture Hybridoma technology Stem cell technology Animal cloning Transgenic animals Section E: Bioprocess Engineering and Process Biotechnology Chemical engineering principles applied to biological system Principle of reactor design Ideal and non-ideal multiphase bioreactors Mass and heat transfer Rheology of fermentation fluids, Aeration and agitation Media formulation and optimization Kinetics of microbial growth, substrate utilization and product formation Sterilization of air and media Batch, fed-batch and continuous processes Various types of microbial and enzyme reactors Instrumentation control and optimization Unit operations in solid-liquid separation and liquid-liquid extraction Process scale-up, economics and feasibility analysis Engineering principle of bioprocessing Upstream production and downstream Bioprocess design and development from lab to industrial scale Microbial, animal and plant cell culture platforms Production of biomass and primary/secondary metabolites Biofuels, Bioplastics, industrial enzymes, antibiotics Large scale production and purification of recombinant proteins Industrial application of chromatographic and membrane based bio-separation methods Immobilization of biocatalysts (enzymes and cells) for bioconversion processes Bioremediation-Aerobic and anaerobic processes for stabilization of solid/liquid wastes 6

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