Vision

To impart quality education, training and research in multidisciplinary domains of biotechnology for the benefit of society and environment.

Mission

  • To provide globally acceptable technical education in the field of biotechnology by encouraging innovative thinking with practical insights.
  • To promote team work and nurture students to serve society with ethical and environmental responsibilities.
  • To foster students for higher studies, R&D activities and professional career in emerging trends of biotechnology .
  • PSO

    Program Specific Outcomes

    Graduates will be able to

    • PSO 1: Apply engineering principles to biological systems.
    • PSO 2: Analyse the genome and proteome by advanced molecular techniques and computational tools to address major challenges in Pharma and Health.
    • PSO 3: Develop eco-friendly solutions to address complex environmental problems.
  • PEO

    Program Education Objectives

    • Skill : Enable our graduates to identify, analyse and solve industrial and environmental problems by implementing acquired skills.
    • Career : Encourage our graduates to apply their engineering knowledge as an individual or in a team to excel in higher studies, research, teaching and industry.
    • Lifelong learning: Instil in our graduates a desire to engage in lifelong learning that will foster their career with an impact on society.
    • Ethics : Inculcate in our graduates to develop high level of professionalism and ethical attitude with awareness of current issues in relation to safety, health and environment.

From the HOD's Desk:

Biotechnology is a specialized scientific area focused towards providing better quality of life. Engineering applications of Biotechnology caters to industries such as agriculture, food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, environment, energy and health sector to name a few. In nutshell, Biotechnology makes use of natural biological process for the benefit of mankind.

Dr. S. Kiran
Professor and Head
Department of Biotechnology.
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Phone : +91-80-42161748

NEWS & EVENTS

GE Workshop

A 5 days GE Workshop organized by the Department of Biotechnology and GE Health care from 12th to 16th March 2018. 6th Semester students are the targeted audience for this workshop.

National Science day – 2018

National science day celebrations-2018 (Theme: Science and technology for a sustainable future) was jointly organized by the Association of Microbiologists of India, Bangalore Chapter and Department of Biotechnology,

ENGINEERING CONCLAVE – 2018

An Engineering Conclave was organized by DayanandaSagar College of Engineering on 20th January 2018 to enrich the curriculum of various undergraduate program offered by DSCE.

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Innovation In Teaching and Learning

Cell Lines

A primary culture starts with biopsies from solid tissues or organs- embryos/ tumor cells --high proliferation capacity. These firmly attached cells have to be disaggregated to single cells-- mechanical dissociation and enzymatic detachment.

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Animal cell culture techniques

19th Century Sydney Ringer developed salt solutions containing the chlorides of Na, K, Ca and Mg suitable for maintaining the beating of an isolated animal heart outside of the body. 1885: Roux maintained embryonic chick cells in saline

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Preparation of Media

Culture medium is available in three forms from commercial suppliers: Powdered form: it needs to be prepared and sterilized by the investigator. Concentrated form: to be diluted by the investigator. Working solution: to be used directly without further manipulation.

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CHARACTERIZATION OF CELL LINE

Observation of morphology is the simplest and most direct technique to characterize cell lines. Study of the size, shape, and structure of cell. Most cells in culture can be divided in to five basic categories based on their morphology.

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Solid waste management

Composting is the biological decomposition of the organic compounds of wastes, under controlled aerobic conditions.

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Wastewater Characteristics

The degree of treatment depends on: Influent characteristics Effluent characteristics Impurities come from: Domestic activities Industrial activities Commercial activities

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GENE TO PROTEIN

The central dogma of molecular biology deals with the detailed residue-by-residue transfer of sequential information. It states that such information cannot be transferred back from protein to either protein or nucleic acid

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DNA polymerases

In 1956, Arthur Kornberg and colleagues discovered DNA polymerase I (Pol I), in Escherichia coli. They described the DNA replication process by which DNA polymerase copies the base sequence of a template DNA strand.

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DNA Replication

A gene is the sequence of nucleotides within a portion of DNA that codes for a peptide or a functional RNA Sum of all genes = genome

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Chromosomal inheritance and gene location

Chromosomes contain the units of heredity (genes) Pair chromosomes segregate during meiosis, each sex cell has half of the number of chromosomes found in a somatic cell. (Mendel’s law of segregation)

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Genetic code

Genetic Code The letters A, G, T and C correspond to the nucleotides found in DNA. They are organized into codons. The collection of codons is called Geneticcode.

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POST TRANSCRIPTIONAL MODIFICATION

In eukaryotes, transcription and translation occur in separate compartments. In bacteria, mRNA is polycistronic; in eukaryotes, mRNA is usually monocistronic

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Gene expression in Prokaryotic (Bacterial)

Regulator genes encode products that regulate the expression of other genes. In positive control mechanisms, the product of the regulator gene is required to turn on the expression of structural genes.

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POST TRANSCRIPTIONAL MODIFICATION

Post-transcriptional modifications OF RNA accomplish three things: Modifications help the RNA molecule to be recognized by molecules that mediate RNA translation into proteins.

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Replication models in prokaryotic

DnaA contains two conserved regions: the first is located in the central part of the protein and corresponds to the ATP-binding domain, The second is located in the C-terminal half and is involved in DNA-binding

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Transcription inhibitors

Many anti-cancer drugs inhibit transcription and most transcription inhibitors have useful pharmacological properties. Many experiments require inhibition of transcription. RNAP II is the most sensitive polymerase.

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DNA TRANSCRIPTION

Transcription- The synthesis of mRNA from a DNA template Occurs in the 5’ ->3’ direction Involves RNA polymerase mRNA, tRNA and rRNA must all be transcribed for protein synthesis to take place

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Food Biotechnology

Modern biotechnology refers to various scientific techniques used to produce specific desired traits in plants, animals or microorganisms through the use of genetic knowledge.

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  • Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Shavige Malleshwara Hills, Kumarswamy Layout, Bangalore - 78

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