Biotechnology, Genetically modified crops, Good manufacturing practice, Transgene and Genetics are his primary areas of study. In general Biotechnology study, his work on Biosafety often relates to the realm of Human use, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Genetically modified crops study incorporates themes from Human proteins, Biopharmaceutical and Genetically modified organism.
His work in Genetically modified organism addresses issues such as Bacillus thuringiensis, which are connected to fields such as Botany. As a part of the same scientific study, Richard M. Twyman usually deals with the Good manufacturing practice, concentrating on Recombinant DNA and frequently concerns with Plant cell. His study looks at the relationship between Transgene and topics such as Transformation, which overlap with Phenotype, Gene expression, Promoter and Regulation of gene expression.
Richard M. Twyman mostly deals with Biotechnology, Genetics, Transgene, Genetically modified crops and Gene. His studies deal with areas such as Developing country, Recombinant DNA and Good manufacturing practice as well as Biotechnology. His study in Developing country is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Food security and Subsistence agriculture.
His study ties his expertise on Transformation together with the subject of Transgene. His Genetically modified crops study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Monoclonal antibody. As part of his studies on Gene, Richard M. Twyman often connects relevant subjects like Botany.
His primary areas of investigation include Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Monoclonal antibody, Genetics and Biochemical engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carotenoid and Genetically modified organism in addition to Biotechnology. His Endoplasmic reticulum, Biosynthesis, Recombinant DNA and Organelle study in the realm of Biochemistry interacts with subjects such as Lipid Droplet Proteins.
The concepts of his Biosynthesis study are interwoven with issues in Biogenesis, Botany, Receptor, Fucose and Glycan. His Recombinant DNA research incorporates elements of Protein biosynthesis, Plant cell, Protein activity and Tissue culture. His studies in Monoclonal antibody integrate themes in fields like Genetically modified crops, Molecular biology, Downstream processing and Chinese hamster ovary cell.
Richard M. Twyman mainly investigates Biotechnology, Genetics, Biochemistry, CRISPR and Genome. He works in the field of Biotechnology, focusing on Biopharmaceutical in particular. Richard M. Twyman regularly ties together related areas like Disease in his Genetics studies.
His Biochemistry research incorporates themes from Botany and Polymer. His CRISPR research integrates issues from Nuclease and Meganuclease. His study in the fields of Genome engineering and CRISPR interference under the domain of Genome overlaps with other disciplines such as Streptococcus pyogenes.
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Molecular farming in plants: host systems and expression technology.
Richard M. Twyman;Eva Stoger;Stefan Schillberg;Paul Christou.
Trends in Biotechnology (2003)
Plant-based production of biopharmaceuticals.
Rainer Fischer;Eva Stoger;Stefan Schillberg;Paul Christou.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2004)
Bacillus thuringiensis: a century of research, development and commercial applications.
Georgina Sanahuja;Raviraj Banakar;Richard M. Twyman;Teresa Capell.
Plant Biotechnology Journal (2011)
Plant cell cultures for the production of recombinant proteins
Stephan Hellwig;Jürgen Drossard;Richard M Twyman;Rainer Fischer.
Nature Biotechnology (2004)
Molecular farming for new drugs and vaccines. Current perspectives on the production of pharmaceuticals in transgenic plants
Julian K C. Ma;Eugenia Barros;Ralph Bock;Paul Christou.
EMBO Reports (2005)
Linear transgene constructs lacking vector backbone sequences generate low-copy-number transgenic plants with simple integration patterns.
Xiangdong Fu;Le Tan Duc;Stefania Fontana;Bui Ba Bong.
Transgenic Research (2000)
Transgene integration, organization and interaction in plants
Ajay Kohli;Richard M. Twyman;Rita Abranches;Eva Wegel.
Plant Molecular Biology (2003)
Biodiversity and ecosystem function in soil
A. H. Fitter;C. A. Gilligan;K. Hollingworth;A. Kleczkowski.
Functional Ecology (2005)
Plant-derived pharmaceuticals – the road forward
Julian K.-C. Ma;Rachel Chikwamba;Penny Sparrow;Rainer Fischer.
Trends in Plant Science (2005)
Molecular characterization of transforming plasmid rearrangements in transgenic rice reveals a recombination hotspot in the CaMV 35S promoter and confirms the predominance of microhomology mediated recombination.
Ajay Kohli;Simon Griffiths;Natalia Palacios;Richard M. Twyman.
Plant Journal (1999)
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