Curriculum Resources

The curriculum resources listed here support the Amgen Biotech Experience. Resources are provided in partnership with Amgen, WGBH, PBS LearningMedia, Alan Marnett, and BenchFly.

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Visit https://www.amgenscience.com/alzheimers-bace-race/ for a discussion on a collaboration by Amgen and Novartis to find a cure for Alzheimer’s.
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Visit https://www.amgenscience.com/#the-new-genetics/chapter1/1 for an overview of how Amgen is using genetics to identify new drug targets.
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Visit https://www.amgenscience.com/the-shape-of-drugs-to-come/ for highlights on the ever-expanding toolkit of new drug modalities that scientists are designing to fight disease.
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2009 WGBH Educational Foundation
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2009 WGBH Educational Foundation
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Khan Academy
The next steps in DNA cloning are bacterial transformation and selection. Once we have the recombinant DNA with your gene of interest, it is inserted into bacteria (transformation) and those bacteria that contain the plasmid we’re looking for are selected. We can then induce those bacteria to produce the protein we’re interested in (whether it is red fluorescent protein or a medical product such as insulin) and purify it.
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2009 WGBH Educational Foundation

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