BIOT 645 Protein Insulin Detemir PPT Assignment
I’m working on a biology discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Your recording should describe a key concept from your chosen video and pose a question on something you did not understand about the content (by Sunday). Be sure to announce which video you’re describing.
Pick one of the following 3 video-topics. Takes notes and record your statement (minimum of 50 words):
The Neuron: https://youtu.be/HZh0A-lWSmY
Action Potential: https://youtu.be/HYLyhXRp298
The Synapse: https://youtu.be/L41TYxYUqqs
Be sure to announce what video you are using
Pose a question to your peers based on something you did not understand about the content.
BIOT 645 University of Maryland Global Campus Protein Insulin Detemir PPT
In this group assignment you are preparing to orient employees in the manufacturing division to the new production process for the protein identified by your team in the Week 5 group assignment. The assignment is to work together to produce a training presentation that will cover the critical standard operating procedures (SOPs) that will be put in place with this protein production process.
The team is jointly and independently responsible for ensuring a quality presentation is submitted on time. The presentation should be no more than 50 slides. You can use whatever format you decide as a team, though a suggested outline would be:
Overview of manufacturing process to be implemented – up to 5 slides.
Each person on the team will contribute to the overall slides as well as put together the slides on an individual SOP. Depending on the size of the team, these general areas should be covered, with one team member writing up a specific SOP related to that general area:
Production (A specific SOP might cover cleaning and sterilization of equipment, Cell Line Maintenance, Protein Separation, Protein Purification, Media formulation, Quality Assay Procedures, etc.).
For each SOP please include:
Graphical outline of steps (e.g. flowchart)
Equipment and supplies
Methodology and procedures
Critical limits / regulatory criteria
Quality assurance / quality control
Health and safety considerations (e.g. disposal of materials)
References (these can be included in the notes of the Powerpoint)