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Bacteria are widely used to produce therapeutic proteins such as insulin, growth hormones, vaccines and enzymes for use as drugs and proteins in household and food products.
The use of microorganisms (along with yeast, insects and plants) in protein production is among the fastest growing industries.
The bacteria’s DNA contain all the information for the bacteria to produce all their proteins. Bacteria can also function as a cell factory, by giving them a new DNA encoding for a particular protein of interest in combination with a DNA element that controls the protein production levels.