Progrès en génie génétique

Progrès en génie génétique
Libre accès

ISSN: 2169-0111


Genetically Engineered Biomaterials

Sinith Rashmin Withanage, Kladko Daniil

The involvement of genetic engineering techniques in the development of novel biomaterials has a huge impact on a vast range of applications. The capability of new genetically engineered material has achieved various innovative scopes in the biomedical industry. Such materials are usually designed via chemical and physical methods of genetic engineering. According to the genetic basis of sequence, molecular weight, folded structure, and stereochemistry, protein polymers thus suggest a generous view for the architecture of protein-based genetically engineered biomaterials. The scopes of developing genetically engineered biomaterials are leading to improve biological features of materials which can enhance the applicability and properties of materials. In the last five years, Genetic engineering research is becoming closer to the mass consumer. Leading global geneticists predict that in the coming years, a boom will occur in the genetic engineering market, comparable to the massive spread of personal computers in the 1980s.Thus genetically modified biomaterials with upgraded biological properties, expanding towards mass-scale industrial production, and the considerable consumption in regular universal activities. The techniques used to develop new materials and to modify the properties of existing materials, are subjected to different industries and fields of scientific researches.CRISPR is anauthoritative research tool that facilitates scientists to deal with the expression of a gene. It has shown tremendous potential in genome research due to its ability to delete unwanted traits, and possibly even replace them with desirable traits. It is agile, worthwhile, and more authentic than any preceding gene-editing techniques. Genetically engineered biomaterials have been an enormous field of research over the last fifteen years and CRISPR has already initiated performing a significant aspect in boosting biomaterial research.