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Biotechnology for the preservation of life is a major concern and has been the single focus of our efforts in research, aimed at improving the quality of life. Developing India's first world class Hepatitis-B vaccine is the first step, and there are many more to follow. Proving once again that focused research is the key to a better and healthier life for the people of this world.
We at Shantha Biotechnics are committed to a single purpose: to achieve break throughs in modern biotechnology leading to development of products and services that address critical healthcare needs.
Giving strength to this mission is our state-of-the-art R&D facility, equipped with sophisticated instrumentation for industrial R&D in modern biotechnology. Our R & D is manned by highly qualified and experienced scientific personnel with experience in various facets of modern biology.
And our efforts have been rewarded. We have achieved pioneer status in developing and commercialising a recombinant DNA-based human healthcare product - the Hepatitis-B vaccine - in India. The near future may witness more achievements: major generics like Interferon Alpha (Shanferon), Insulin and Streptokinase; Therapeutic Antibodies for lung carcinoma, melanoma and cardiovascular diseases; Diagnostic Kits , new vaccines against Hepatitis-C and Hepatitis-E; a new generation vaccine against Hepatitis-B and other innovative biopharmaceuticals.
We have the competence to provide high quality contract R & D services ranging from molecular cloning to process development and formulation.
As we move closer to our goal of achievieng global presence in biotechnology, we continue our efforts to introduce innovations that will make way for a healthier world.
Last update of this entry: February 18, 2002