International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 5, Issue 6 (2017)
Biotechnological tools in disease diagnosis in animal
Author(s): Chinmoy Mishra, Sidharth Prasad Mishra, Siddharth Sabat, Kamdev Sethy and Kumaresh Behera
Abstract: Biotechnology is a conventional method in several areas of diagnosis and its application in the field of veterinary practice has only happening to appear with the potential to transform the veterinary field for treatment of animals. The new techniques include the production of more specific antigens by the use of recombination, expression vectors and synthetic peptides. Coupled with the use of monoclonal antibodies, the sensitivity and specificity of a number of traditional types of diagnostic assays have been significantly improved. The improved advanced biotechnological techniques developed for treatment of animal are based on biosensor, proteomics and nanotechnology. These biotechnological applications hold great promise for improving the speed and accuracy of diagnostics for veterinary pathogens after establishing a good method of treatment in humans. However, much developmental work will be required to realise the potential with well-characterized, validated assay systems that provide improved diagnostic capabilities to safeguard animal health. This review has focused on the application of sophisticated biotechnological technique for better future on treatment of animals in veterinary practice.
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Chinmoy Mishra, Sidharth Prasad Mishra, Siddharth Sabat, Kamdev Sethy, Kumaresh Behera. Biotechnological tools in disease diagnosis in animal. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(6):611-617.