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TH4Course CodeTHYEAR-7SEMESTER (B.TECH)Course TitleContact Hrs. /WeekCreditLTPCAREER ADVANCEMENT & SKILLDEVELOPMENT(Competitive Exam Preparation)0022BIOSAFETY, BIOETHICS AND IPR3003METHODS IN BIOLOGYPractical3003PROJECT UBTT417TIU-UBTP499SessionalTIU-UESS497TIU-UESS499 TRAININGENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLDEVELOPMENTTotal Credits22/18B. Tech students have to take 1 elective subject.Course codeSPECIAL PAPERELECTIVE 1: Environmental Pollution/ GIS & REMOTE SENSINGELECTIVE 2: Cellular and Molecular Immunology, Immunoproteomics &BioinformaticsELECTIVE 3: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (Phytochemistry,Phytopharmacology, Medicinal Chemistry and Nanobiotechnology)ELECTIVE 4: Protein Structure & Function StudyELECTIVE 5: Environmental Microbiology & BiotechnologyELECTIVE 6: Agriculture Biotechnology & Bioinformatics6

ELECTIVE 7: Plant Molecular Biology, Biotechnology & Tissue CultureTH4YEAR-7Course CodeTHSEMESTER (INTEGRATED M.TECH)Course TitleContact Hrs. /WeekCreditLTPCAREER ADVANCEMENT & SKILLDEVELOPMENT(Competitive Exam Preparation)0022BIOSAFETY, BIOETHICS AND IPR3003METHODS IN BIOLOGYPractical3003PROJECT UBTT417TIU-UBTP499SessionalTIU-UESS497TIU-UESS499 TRAININGENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLDEVELOPMENTTotal Credits22/18Integrated M. Tech students have to take 3 elective subjects.Course codeSPECIAL PAPERELECTIVE 1: Environmental Pollution/ GIS & REMOTE SENSINGELECTIVE 2: Cellular and Molecular Immunology, Immunoproteomics &BioinformaticsELECTIVE 3: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (Phytochemistry,Phytopharmacology, Medicinal Chemistry and Nanobiotechnology)ELECTIVE 4: Protein Structure & Function Study7

ELECTIVE 5: Environmental Microbiology & BiotechnologyELECTIVE 6: Agriculture Biotechnology & BioinformaticsELECTIVE 7: Plant Molecular Biology, Biotechnology & Tissue Culturethth4 year-8 SEMESTER (B.TECH)Course CodeContact Hrs. /WeekCourse R ADVANCEMENT & SKILLDEVELOPMENT (GRAND VIVA)PracticalTIU-UBTP498TIU-UESS498TH4PROJECT WORKSeasonalENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLDEVELOPMENTTotal CreditsYEAR-8Course CodeTH19/15SEMESTER (INTEGRATED M.TECH)WeekCourse TitleLCreditTP022151533TheoryTIU-UBTT400CAREER ADVANCEMENT & SKILLDEVELOPMENT (GRAND VIVA)PracticalPROJECT WORKTIU-IBTP498TIU-IBTP50000ADVANCED BIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUESII000Sessional8



MICROBIOLOGYTIU-UBT-T203L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits 3Module I: Microbial taxonomy including modern approaches such as DNA homology and numericaltaxonomy, staining and microscopy, classification of bacteria, introduction to virus, viriods, prion proteins.Module II: Morphology and cell structure of prokaryotes and eukaryotes (bacteria, fungi, algae andviruses),bacterial growth and reproduction, bacterial genetics (transformation, conjugation and transduction),mutation, bacterial growth and reproduction, sporulation and cell differentiation, microbial metabolism:nutrition; media and methods; Antibiotics.Module III: Nitrogen Sulphur and Phosphorus cycle. Air, water and soil microbiology. Common microbialdiseases.BIOCHEMISTRYTIU-UBT-T205L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit I: Introduction to biochemistry: pH, buffer, classical thermodynamics, entropy, enthalpy, Gibbs freeenergy.Unit II: Structure function of biomolecules: Composition, structure and function of biomolecules: nucleicacids (A, B, Z forms), amino acids, proteins (Ramachandran plot, folding secondary, tertiary and quaternarystructure; domains; motif and folds (Myoglobin, Hemoglobin, Lysozyme, Ribonuclease A, Carboxypeptidaseand Chymotrypsin), carbohydrates, lipids, hormones and vitamins.Unit III: Metabolism of biomolecules: Metabolism: carbohydrates (glycolysis, citric acid cycle andoxidative phosphorylation, lipid, amino acid and nucleotide metabolism, photosynthesis.ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGYTIU-UBT-T207L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Module: Introduction: Biodiversity and Conservation. Environment and environmental pollution fromchemical process industries, characterization of emission and effluents, environmental laws and rules,standards for ambient air, noise, emission and effluents, use of GIS and remote sensing in environmentalmonitoring, environment and forestry11

Module II: Bioremediation: Bioremediation: definition; types; notable examples; bioremediation ofxenobiotics present in environment, biodegradation: biodegradation of pollutants by microorganisms,biotransformation reaction, bioremediation of hydrocarbons and heavy metals from environmentModule III: Pollution control:Air Pollution and its control: Particulate emission control by mechanical separation and electrostaticprecipitation, wet gas scrubbing, gaseous emission control by absorption and adsorption, design of cyclones,ESP, fabric filters and absorbers.Water Pollution and its Control: Sources of water pollution waste water management by physical, chemicaland biological methods, pre-treatment, solids removal by setting and sedimentation, filtration centrifugation,coagulation and flocculation; activated sludge and lagoons, trickling filter.Soil pollution and its control: Application of different ex situ and in situ methods of remediation, solids wastedisposal - composting, landfill, briquetting/gasification and incinerationMOLECULAR BIOLOGYTIU-UBT-T209L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit I: DNA replication, repair and recombination: Hershey Chase Experiment, Messelson and StahlExperiment, Unit of replication, enzymes involved, replication origin, replication fork, fidelity of replication,extrachromosomal replicons, DNA damage and repair mechanisms.Unit II: RNA synthesis and processing: Transcription factors and machinery, formation of initiationcomplex, transcription activators and repressors, RNA polymerases, capping, elongation and termination, RNAprocessing, RNA editing, splicing, polyadenylation, structure and function of different types of RNA, RNAtransport.Unit III: Protein synthesis and processing: Ribosome, formation of initiation complex, initiation factors andtheir regulation, elongation and elongation factors, termination, genetic code, aminoacylation of tRNA,tRNAidentity, aminoacyl tRNAsynthetase, translational proof-reading, translational inhibitors, posttranslational modification of protein.CELL BIOLOGYTIU-UBT-T212L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit I: Structure of cell: Cell wall and cell membrane, cellular organelles (nucleus, mitochondria, golgiapparatus, ER, lysosomes etc) and their structure and function.12

Unit II: Cellchromosomes and chromatin structure.cycle and check points, cell division,Unit III: Brief introduction to cancer and stem cells.MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORYTIU-UBT-L203L-T-P: 0-0-2 Credits: 2Preparation of media and slants for bacterial cultureIsolation of pure culture in slant techniques and by streak plate techniquesDilution plating for viable countSimple staining and gram staining of bacteriaBiochemical Characterization of Bacteria: Catalase, Oxidase and Urease Tests,Antibiotic Assay (Disc Diffusion Method)BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORYTIU-UBT-L205L-T-P: 0-0-2 Credits: 2 Concept of Normality, Molarity, Molality, Percentage solutions and their inter-conversionOperation of pH meter and pH buffersIsoelectric point determination of amino acidsIntroduction to spectrophotometer, absorption maximaEstimation of nucleic acids, amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates and fatsSeparation of amino acids by Paper chromatography and TLCLABORATORY SAFETY AND MANAGEMENTTIU-UBT-L207L-T-P: 0-0-1 Credits: 1Chemical and Reagent GroupingPersonal SafetyStandard Operating PrinciplesChemical SafetyBiological Safety13

Book listBiochemistry1. Principles of Biochemistry (2008). Lehninger A.L. (ed.)2. Biochemistry. (2002). Stryer, L.3. Principles of Biochemistry. (1995). Zubay, G.L., Parson, W.W. & Vance, D.E.4. Harper’s Biochemistry.(1990). Murray, R.K. et al5. Biochemistry. (2004). Voet, D. &Voet J.G.6. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.(2005). Elliott, W.H. & Elliott, D.C.7. Fundamentals of Biochemistry. (1999). Voet, D., Voet, J.G &Pratt,C.W.8. Introduction to Protein Structure (1999). Branden C. &Tooze J.Fundamentals of Microbiology1. Brock’s Biology of microorganisms. (2007). Madigan, M., Martinko& Parker, J.Pearson Prentice Hal2. Microbiology: Fundamentals and Applications. (1989). Atlas, R.M.3. Microbiology (1996). M J Pelezar, Chan E C S and Krige4. Industrial Microbiology. (1987). G Reed, Prescott & Dunn, CBS Publishers.5. General Microbiology. (1987). Stanier, R.Y., Ingraham, Wheelis and PainterEnvironmental Biotechnology1. Environmental Biotechnology Theory and applications – Evans et al., 2000.2. Environmental Biotechnology – Gareth M.Evams et al., 20033. Biotechnology, Recombinant DNA Technology, Environmental Biotechnology – S.Mahesh et al., 2003Molecular Biology1.Genes X (2010). Lewin, B.2. Essential Genes (2006) Lewin.3. Essential Genetics: A genome perspective. Hartl and Jones. (4th Edition)4. Principle of Genetics. Gardner, E.J., Simmons, M.J. &Snustad, D.P. (8th Edition)5. Genetics (2002). Strickberger, M6. Molecular Biology of the Cell (2002) Alberts. et al.7. Molecular Biology of the Gene (2008) Watson et al.8. Cell and Molecular Genetics (1987) Schlesf, R.9. Microbial Genetics (2006). S.Maloy, J.Cronan Jr and Friefelder, D10. Concept of Genetics (2002). Klug, W.S. & Michael, R & Cummins, M.R.CELL BIOLOGY1. Molecular Biology of the Cell (2002) Alberts. et al.2. Molecular Biology of the Gene (2008) Watson et al.3. Cell and Molecular Genetics (1987) Schlesf, R.14


GENETIC ENGINEERINGTIU-UBT-T202L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit I: Restriction and modification enzymes (types and mechanism of action), vectors and plasmids(bacteriophage, viral vectors, cosmids, Ti plasmid, YAC, BAC, mammalian and plant expression vectors),siRNA technology.Unit II: Polymerase chain reaction and its types, random primers, cloning and expression, cDNA libraries,screening of cDNA and genomic libraries, synthesis and labeling of DNA and RNA probes, nick translation,end labeling, hybridization probe method, antibody screening, southern, western and northern hybridization.Unit III: DNA sequencing-Maxmum-Gilbert, Sanger’s method and Deep sequencing, Site directedmutagenesis, genetic transformation, transgene silencing, RAPD, RFLP, AFLP.Unit IV: Applications of genetic engineering: drug development, stability of enzymes (heat stability)IMMUNOTECHNOLOGYTIU-UBT-T204L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit I: Introduction, innate and acquired immunity, active, passive and adoptive immunization, complementsystem, clonal selection theory, humoral and cellular Immunity, Regulation of Immune response, Cellularresponses, primary and secondary lymphoid organs, activation and function of T and B cells, role of MajorHistocompatibility Complex (MHC) in antigen processing and presentation.Unit II: Infection and immunity, host defence against various classes of pathogen, mechanism by whichpathogens evade immune responses, active and passive immunization.Unit III: Transplantation, relationship between donor and recipient, role of MHC molecules in Allograftrejection, Autoimmunity, criteria and causes of autoimmune diseases-(Autoimmune hemolyticanemia,myasthenia gravis, systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis), hypersensitivity(Type I, II, III, IV), Immune Tolerance.16

BIOPROCESS ENGINEERINGTIU-UBT-T206L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit I: Basics on fermentation technology, different types of fermenters, Characteristics of fermentation brothand by-products, Optimization and modelling of fermentation process – single variable design, multivariatescreening designs, critical factor analysis, optimization designs for two or more factor, singlet method;Metabolic and flux control analysis.Unit II: Bioreactor design and operation: classification of reactors; Ideal mixed v/s plug flow reactor;designing parameters for reactors (stirred tank reactor, airlift reactor, plug flow reactor), rheology offermentation broth, Bioreactor design and operation: gas-liquid mass transfer, heat transfer, analysis ofdimension less parameters and their application (aeration number, power number and Reynold’s number;Scale-up of bioprocesses: parameters used in scale-up and problems associated with scale-up.Unit III: Engineering principle of bio processing- Upstream production and downstream; Bioprocess designand development from lab to industrial scale; Microbial, animal and plant cell culture platforms.NANOTECHNOLOGYTIU-UBT-T214L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit I: Introduction to nanoscience and nanotechnology; Concept of 3D, 2D, 1D and 0D nano particles andtheir behaviour, Different important types of nanoparticles: Quantum Dot, Nanowire, Nanotube, Nanocage,Buckminster fullerene etc. Synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles and nano-structured machinery,Top Down and Bottom Up Approach, Scanning probe microscopy (SPM), Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM),Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM). Photoreceptors as single photonoptical detector; manipulating redoxsystems application in nanotechnology.Unit II: Introduction to Bio-nanotechnology, naturally found nanoparticles, Molecular motors: naturalmolecular motors like myosin, kinesin, dynein, flagella, ATP synthase, RNA and DNAhelicases,topoisomerases etc. Ion channels as molecular switches.Unit III: Introduction to Nanomedicine, Application of Nanomedicine; Biosensors; Biodegradeablenanoparticles for drug and gene delivery to cells and tissues: liposome, dendrimer, gold nano particle, silver17

nanoparticle.Smart Drugs, DNA based nano devices,Nanorobotics, Nanomedical Diagnosis and treatment. Improved Human Abilities; Chromosome ReplacementTherapy.GENETIC ENGINEERING LABORATORYTIU-UBT-L202L-T-P: 0-0-3 Credits: 3Isolation of genomic DNA from bacteriaPCR amplification of GOIMiniprep isolation of plasmid DNARestriction digestion of plasmid DNA and agarose gel electrophoresis of restriction digests and PCRproductsCloning of PCR product into the isolated plasmid and transformationIdentification and characterization of transformed coloniesIMMUNOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORYTIU-UBT-L204L-T-P: 0-0-3 Credits: 3Blood groupingAssessment of antigen similarity using Ouchterlony double diffusion test.DOT ELISA testQuantitative ELISAImmuno-electrophoresisWestern BlottingBOOK LISTGENETIC ENGINEERING1. Principles of gene manipulations (1996) Old,R.W. &Primrose,S.B.18

2.The basic principles ofgene cloning (1996). Brown, T.A.3. An introduction to Genetic engineering.(1994). Nicholl,D.S.T.4. Recombinant DNA. (1992). Watson et al.5. Genetic engineering fundamentals: An introduction to principles & applications. (1989).Kammermeyer,K. &Virginica,C.6. From Genes to Clones: Introduction to Gene Technology. (1987). Winnacker, E.L.IMMUNOTECHNOLOGY1. Essential Immunology (2005) Roitt I.M. and Delves P.J.2. Immunology – Roitt I, Bostoff J. & Male D.3. Immunology (2006) Luttmann M, Bratke K, Kupper M &Myrtek D.4. Immunology (2007) Goldsby R.A., Kindt T.J., Osbrne B.A. and Kuby J.BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING1. Encyclopedia of bioprocess technology. Vol 1-5. (1999). Flickinger, M.C. & Drew,S.W.(Ed).2. Fermentation technology. (1994). Cassida.3. Bioprocess engineering: Down stream processing & recovery of bioproducts, safety inbiotechnology and regulations. (1990). Behrens, D. & Kramer, P.(Ed)NANOTECHNOLOGY1.A introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.(PHI). K.K.Chattopadhyay and A.N.Banerjee2. Nanophysics And Nanotechnology An Introduction To Modern Concepts In Nanoscience Second UpdatedAnd Enlarged Edition Pb 2013 By Wolf L E. Wiley India books,WOLF L E books,Technology and EngineeringBooks online,buy Technology and Engineering Books,Technology and Engineering Books india, Technologyand Engineering19


TIU-UBT-S399INDUSTRIAL VISIT00110022ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLTIU-UES-S399DEVELOPMENTTotal Credits26ENZYMOLOGYTIU-UBT-T303L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit I: Introduction, classification, mechanism of enzyme action, active site determination, identification ofbinding and catalytic sites, specificity of enzyme action, activation energy and transition state theory, role ofentropy in catalysis.Unit II: Kinetics of single substrate enzyme catalyzed reactions, Michaelis-Menten equation, turnover number,enzyme inhibition- competitive, non-competitive, and uncompetitive, allosteric enzymes and metabolicregulation.Unit III: Immobilized enzyme catalysis; Effects of external mass transfer resistance, effects of inhibitors,temperature and pH on immobilized enzyme catalysis and deactivation, Various applications of enzymes,creation of chimeric enzyme, enzymes produced by recombinant technology.INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGYTIU-UBT-T305L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit I: Selection of microorganism, screening for metabolites, strain improvement and various rDNAtechnologies for strain improvement including site directed mutagenesis.Unit II: Fermentation, raw materials for fermentation, submerged, surface and solid-state systems, whole celland enzyme immobilized systems Solid substrate fermentation (SSF): Principles and application; Surfacefermentation Comparison between SSF, Surface fermentation.Unit III: Production of enzymes from microbial, plant and animal sources, purification and recovery ofenzymes, biogas and biofuel production technology, industrial technology for manufacture of variousindustrially important products like wine, cheese, bread, vaccine, organic solvent, antibiotics, monoclonal21

antibodyhormone and cytokines.BIOSEPARATION TECHNOLOGY AND DOWNSTREAM PROCESSINGTIU-UBT-T307L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Unit 1-Introduction to Bioseparation Technology, Role and importance of Bioseparation in biotechnologicalprocesses, Logic of Bioseparation Technology, Discussion of different live problems related to Bioseparation;students logical ability testingUnit 2-Solid- Liquid separation techniques; Cross flow & End Flow Filtration, Centrifugation: Analytical andPreparative Ultracentrifugation; Different types: Density gradient, Isopycnic; Rate zonal centrifugation etc.Cell Disruption Process for intracellular product separation, Removal of insoluble’s, biomass (particulatedebris), Flocculation, Sedimentation, Centrifugation etc. Membrane based separation (MF and UF) theory,Procedure and Application. Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration, and Reverse Osmosis Precipitation Methods: Salting in and salting out. Aqueous two-phase extraction and in situ product removal. ChromatographicSeparation Techniques, Theory, Types. Gel Permeation, Ion Exchange, Affinity Chromatography, HPLC,UPLC, GC etc.Unit 3- Crystallization:- Principles-Nucleation- Crystal growth-Kinetics. Drying –Principles-Water inbiological solids, Vacuum shelf androtary dryer, Freeze dryer and Spray dryer, Packaging and QualityAssurance, Economics and downstream processing in BT: Cost cutting strategies, Optimal methods ofproduct recovery (efficacy and cost effectiveness).GENETICS AND BIOSTATISTICSTIU-UBT-T309L-T-P: 3-1-0Credits: 3Unit I: Classical Genetics: Mendelian inheritance, physical basis of inheritance, epistasis: gene interaction,multiple alleles, complementation, linkage, recombination and chromosome mapping, extrachromosalinheritance, sex determination, special types of chromosomes. Chromosomal variations: numerical euploidy and aneuploidy; structural - deletion, duplication, inversion and translocation.22

II:Microbial Genetics: Bacterial Genetics:Unitplasmids: types, structure, copy number, transfer. Transformation-natural transformation systems,mechanism,gene mapping by transformation; chemical-mediated and electro-transformation, Conjugation-discovery,nature of donor strains and compatibility, interrupted mating and temporal mapping, Hfr, F12 heteroduplexanalysis, chromosome transfer in other bacteria, molecular pathway of recombination, TransductionGeneralized and specialized transduction; gene mapping by transduction.Unit III: Mean, Median, Mode, Standard Deviation and Error, Co-relation and Regression, Chi-square, Ttest, Goodness of Fit, p-value, ANOVA.ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGYTIU-UBT-T311L-T-P: 3-0-0Credits: 3Module I: Animal cell culture, basic principles, Laboratory requirements for animal cell culture: Sterilehandling area, Sterilization of different materials used in animal cell culture, Aseptic concepts,Instrumentation and equipments for animal cell culture, History of cell culture, Primary and secondary cellculture, serum free and serum based media, scaling-up, characterization and preservation of cell lines,cytotoxicity and viability assays, Different types of cell cultures, Trypsinization, Cell separation, Continuouscell lines, Suspension culture, Organ culture, Development of cell lines, Characterization and maintenance ofcell lines, stem cells, Cryopreservation, Common cell culture contaminants.Module II: Animal diseases, diagnosis, therapy, variations of diseases, modes of transmission ofdiseases, control and management of disease spreadingModule III: Stem cells, micromanipulation of embryos, generation of modified stem cells, transgenic animals,retroviruses and DNA microinjection method, transgenic mice, cattle, knock in and knock out animals,Importance of transgenic animals in biotechnology and ethical issues, valuable genes for animal biotechnology.ENZYMES LABORATORYTIU-UBT-L303L-T-P: 0-0-2 Credits: 2Determination of enzyme kinetic parameters by spectrophotometric methodDemonstration of effect of pH and temperature on enzyme activityStudy of inhibitors on enzymatic activity (competitive, uncompetitive, noncompetitive)Isozyme AssaysINDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND DOWNSTREAM PROCESSING23

LABORATORYTIU-UBT-L305L-T-P: 0-0-2 Credits: 2 Production of ethanol from sugarcane juice and its partial purificationDemonstration of wine production in a fermenterMilk microbiologyAssay of antibiotic production and demonstration of antibiotic resistanceBioseparation of Protein from a complex mixtureBioseparation of Carbohydrate from a complex mixture Bioseparation of Lipid from a complex mixtureBIOINFORMATICS LABORATORYTIU-UBT-L313L-T-P: 0-0-1 Credits: 1Sequence Retrieval from BLAST and its AnnotationPhylogenetic AnalysisPrediction of the structural components of a geneDesigning PCR primers for expression vectorsProtein secondary and tertiary structure predictionProtein LocalizationBOOK LISTENZYME TECHNOLOGY1. Enzymes. (1979). Dixon M. & Webb E.C.2. Methods in Enzymology (relevant volumes of the series)3. Fundamentals of Biochemistry. (1999). Voet, D., Voet, J.G &Pratt,C.W.4. Genes VII. (2000). Lewin, B.5. Biological Chemistry. (1986). Mahler, H.R. and Cordes E.6. Bioseparations: Principles & Techniques (2005). Sivasankar B.7. Enzymes- a practical introduction to structure mechanism and data analysis (2000).Copeland, R.A.8. Enzymes: Biochemistry, Biotechnology & clinical chemistry (2004). Palmer, T.BIOSEPARATION TECHNOLOGY AND DOWNSTREAM PROCESSING1. Schuler &Kargi, Bio-process Engg. PHI2. Bailey &Olis, Biochemical Engg. Fundamentals, McGraw-Hill, 199024

3.Mukhopadhyay, S.N. Process BiotechnologyFundamentals, Viva Books Pvt. Ltd. 2001.4. Muni Cheryan, Handbook of Ultrafiltration5. Perry, Chilton & Green, Chemical Engineers’ Handbook, McGraw-Hill6. Ho, W.S.W. & K. K. Sirkar, Membrane Handbook, Van Nostrand Reinhold, N.Y. (1992)7. Encyclopedia of bioprocess technology. Vol 1-5. (1999). Flickinger, M.C. & Drew, S.W.(Ed).8. Fermentation technology. (1994). Cassida.9. Bioprocess engineering: Down stream processing & recovery of bioproducts, safety inbiotechnology and regulations. (1990). Behrens, D. & Kramer, P.(Ed).INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY1. Principles of fermentation technology. (1984). Stanbury, F. &Whitaker,A.2. Immobilized enzymes: An introduction & application in biotechnology. (1980). Erevan, M.D.3. Topics in enzyme & fermentation technology. (1984). Wiseman, A. (Ed).4. “Industrial Microbiology” by Prescott5. Industrial Biotechnology by S.N. Jogdand, First edition, Himalaya Publishing House, (2006).ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY1. In Vitro Cultivation of Animal Cells (1995) Butterworth – Heinemann2. Animal Cell Culture (2000) – A Practical Approach John R.W. Masters3. Culture of Animal Cells – A manual of Basic technique (2005) R.I. FreshneyGENETICS AND BIOSTATICS1.Genes X (2010). Lewin, B.2. Essential Genes (2006) Lewin.3. Essential Genetics: A genome perspective. Hartl and Jones. (4th Edition)4. Principle of Genetics. Gardner, E.J., Simmons, M.J. &Snustad, D.P. (8th Edition)5. Genetics (2002). Strickberger, M6. Microbial Genetics (2006). S.Maloy, J.Cronan Jr and Friefelder, D7. Concept of Genetics (2002). Klug, W.S. & Michael, R & Cummins, M.R.8. Introduction to Biostatistics (1973). Sokal,R. et al.9. Statistical methods: George, W.S. &Harward,W.G.10. Statistical method in Biology. University Press Ltd.11. Biostatistics. (1984). Zar, J.BIOINFORMATICS1. Bioinformatics-sequence, structure and databanks, (2000) D. Higgins and W. Taylor A practicalapproach.2. Bioinformatics computing (2003). B. Bergeman.3. Bioinformatics databases and algorithms (2007) N. Gautham.4. Basic Bioinformatics (2005) S. Ignacimuthus.5. Bioinformatics:concepts skills and applications (2004). S.C. Rastogi, N. Mentiratta and P.Rastogi.6. Bioinformatics: A modern approach, (2005) V.R. Srinivas.25

7.Essential Bioinformatics (2006). J. Xiong).8. Statistical methods in Bioinformatics: An introduction. (2005). W.Even and G. Grant.rd3THyear-6SEMESTERContact Hrs. /WeekCourse CodeCourse TitleCreditLTP1023PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY3003MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY2103REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSIONBIOMATERIALS AND TISSUEENGINEERINGPracticalBIOPHYSICAL INSTRUMENTATIONLABORATORY300330030033PLANT BIOLOGY LABORATORYSessional0033INDUSTRIAL VISITENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILL00330022TheoryTIU-

T303 ENZYMOLOGY 3 0 0 3 TIU-UBT-T305 INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 3 0 0 3 . T417 METHODS IN BIOLOGY 3 0 0 3 Practical TIU-UBT- . transcription activators and repressors, RNA polymerases, capping, elongation and termination, RNA processing, RNA editing, splicing, polyadenylation, structure and function of different types of RNA, RNA .

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