Steps To Develop Biotechnology As Science
scientific work on the theme " The role of nanobiotechnology in the innovative development of veterinary medicine " . Science paper on Biotechnology
ROLE OF NON-BIOTEHNOLOGY IN INNOVATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Ah. M. ALIMOV
UPDF " Kazan State Academy of Veterinary Medicine
N.E. Baumana "
Bio and nanotechnology development phases are presented. The main tasks of veterinary medicine, which are addressed by bio- and nanotechnologies, are presented.
Key words: biotechnology, veterinary medicine, nanotechnology.
The challenges of veterinary medicine to safeguard human health, the well-being of the country ' s territory and regions, and the availability of safe and high-quality livestock and animal raw materials have become very complex at this stage. This is primarily due to the multiplicity of the economy, the intensive movement of people, animals, products and raw materials not only within the country, but also between States and even continents.
In this regard, veterinary services require rapid and rapid solutions that should be based on rapid methods of analysis of agricultural safety and animal health. Extreme analytical methods with high accuracy and specificity are required to meet these challenges. In this regard, the further development of veterinary medicine will certainly require the extensive use of modern nanobiotechnology.
For the first time, the term “biotechnology” was used by the Hungarian economist, K. Ereki, in 1919, but was finally fixed in scientific terminology in the 1970s in connection with the initiation of genetic and cell engineering. However, some elements of biotechnology have been used by a man for a long time (hnee, wine, beer).
As a result of the outbreak of antibiotics in 1940-50, biotechnology has developed rapidly. The production of antibiotics has proven to be a very knowledge-intensive industry, which has required the integration of specialists from different fields (biochemists, microbiologists, geneticists, engineers, medics) and the use of technological advances in microbiology.
Through the use of antibiotics in the treatment of many infectious diseases
Considerable progress has been made. However, in recent years, a number of problems have also emerged with regard to the aergization of organisms and the antibiotics of microorganisms. Anti-biotics. ♪ ♪