Abstract: Several types of molecular modification are involved in regulation for a signal transfer such as: glycosylation, acetylation, etc. Small molecules rarely elicit secondary signaling, thus effect prevails until drug adheres to the target site where large molecules always elicit a secondary signaling hence effect remains even after the drug is eliminatedSummary: Biopharmaceutical include vast range of proteins which can be modified at a molecular level and used in artificial vaccines, nutraceutical products and various product on a large scale.References: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VQPnCaEx807kZiRjMY6icVV7grM5REHA/view?usp=sharing
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