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Technological advances, namely the integration of quantum cascade lasers (QCLs) within an infrared (IR) microscope, are enabling the development of valuable label-free biomedical-imaging tools capable of targeting and detecting salient chemical species within practical clinical timefra...
DNA molecules can be assembled into custom predesigned shapes via hybridization of sequence-complementary domains. The folded structures have high spatial addressability and a tremendous potential to serve as platforms and active components in a plethora of bionanotechnological applica...
Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) are a family of polyesters synthesized by bacteria. Similarly to the genome, transcriptome, and proteome (the entire array of nucleic acids and proteins present in a cell or population of cells at a given time), the PHA spectrum exhibits diverse and dynamic...
Increasing knowledge of plant genome sequences requires the development of more reliable and efficient genetic approaches for genotype–phenotype validation. Functional identification of plant genes is generally achieved by a combination of creating genetic modifications and observing t...
Halogenated organic compounds (organohalides) are globally prevalent, recalcitrant toxic, and carcinogenic environmental pollutants. Select microorganisms encode enzymes known as reductive dehalogenases (EC 126.96.36.199) that catalyze reductive dehalogenation reactions resulting in the gen...
Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) are a family of diverse biopolyesters synthesized by bacteria. PHA diversity, as reflected by its monomers, homopolymers, random and block copolymers, as well as functional polymers, can now be generated by engineering the three basic synthesis pathways incl...
Electronic medical implants have collectively transformed the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases, but have many inherent limitations. Electronic implants require invasive surgeries, operate in challenging microenvironments, and are susceptible to bacterial infection and persisten...
Trends in Biotechnology (2015)