December 15, 2019
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1957-Scientists prove that sickle-cell anemia occurs due to a change in a single amino acid in hemoglobin cells
1960-French scientists discover messenger RNA (mRNA)
1800- The second phase of evolution and development, biotechnology can be called classical biotechnology.
1881- Robert Koch, a German, physician, described the bacterial colonies growing on potato slices (first ever solid medium)
1888- Heinrich Wilhelm, a German scientist, coined the term chromosome, which is considered as an organized structure of DNA and protein present in cells
1974-The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) forms a Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee to oversee recombinant genetic research. The first vaccine for chicken pox is developed in Japan.
1982- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves the first biologic or recombinant protein.
1999- The complete genetic code of the human chromosome is deciphered.
2007- Scientists discover how to use human skin cells to create embryonic stem cells.
2012- FDA issues draft rules for biosimilar drugs.
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