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Biotechnology Letters

Print ISSN
0141-5492
Electronic ISSN
1573-6776
Impact factor
1.768
Publisher
springer
URL
http://www.springerlink.com/content/0141-5492/
Usage rank
604
Article count
3197
Free count
1737
Free percentage
0.543322
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  1. A new efficient expression system for Bacillus and its application to production of recombinant phytase

    Biotechnology Letters 22(16):1311 (2000)

  2. A dynamic membrane reactor with immobilized α-chymotrypsin for continuous kyotorphin synthesis in organic media

    Biotechnology Letters 22(9):771 (2000)

  3. Thermokinetic and energetic profiles of the yeast Debaryomyces hansenii in the presence of sodium chloride

    Biotechnology Letters 17(11):1233 (1995)

  4. A new system for the expression of recombinant antibody in mammalian cells

    Biotechnology Letters 17(2):135 (1995)

  5. Transitory plasmid instability during the exponential phase of growth of a recombinantEscherichia coli

    Biotechnology Letters 16(11):1113 (1994)

  6. A novel bacterial thermostable alpha-amylase system produced under solid state fermentation

    Biotechnology Letters 9(7):501 (1987)

  7. A comparison of genetically improved strains of the cellulolytic fungus Trichoderma reesei

    Biotechnology Letters 5(4):243 (1983)

  8. A novel one step process for cellulose fermentation using mesophilic cellulolytic and glycolytic Clostridia

    Biotechnology Letters 5(2):119 (1983)

  9. Generating bifunctional fusion enzymes composed of heat-active endoglucanase (Cel5A) and endoxylanase (XylT).

    Biotechnology Letters 37(1):139 (2015) PMID 25214221

    Bifunctional enzyme constructs were generated comprising two genes encoding heat-active endoglucanase (cel5A) and endoxylanase (xylT). The fused proteins Cel5A-XylT and XylT-Cel5A were active on both β-glucan and beechwood xylan. An improvement in endoglucanase and endoxylanase catalytic activities...
  10. Identification of appropriate reference genes for human mesenchymal stem cell analysis by quantitative real-time PCR.

    Biotechnology Letters 37(1):67 (2015) PMID 25179824 PMCID PMC4279059

    We have evaluated the expression stability of eight commonly used reference genes found in four different human mesenchymal stem cells (MSC). Using geNorm, NormFinder and BestKeeper algorithms, we show that beta-2-microglobulin and peptidyl-prolylisomerase A were the optimal reference genes for norm...