Arindam Chakraborty1*, Dipak kumar Singha1, Manas Chakraborty1, Payel Mukherjee2
Therapeutic protein are one of the prime option of biologicals as per their clinical uses. In recent times, uses of therapeutic protein increases day by day. Protein therapeutics are used extensively to treat various diseases like cancer, AIDS etc. Due to recent advancement in pharmaceutical biotechnology the interest towards therapeutic proteins are augmenting nowadays. Various clinical research are going on in this field to treat different diseases and pharmaceutical industries are also make interest on therapeutic proteins. Among the various treatment options therapeutic protein will provide highest chance of clinical success. Some recent clinical trials demonstrate that therapeutic protein may provide the safe and potential option to treat various diseases, but there are some drawbacks also like some immunogenic issues, safety, stability problem of protein, degradation of protein in various conditions.