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  1. Source-separated urine opens golden opportunities for microbial electrochemical technologies

    Trends in Biotechnology 33(4):214 (2015)

    • Urine is the ideal feed for microbial electrochemical technologies given its conductivity, chemical oxygen demand, and buffering capacity. • Microbial electroche...
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    Trends in Biotechnology 33(4):i (2015)

  3. Microfluidics for sperm research

    Trends in Biotechnology 33(4):221 (2015)

    • Microfluidics techniques have been developed to sort sperm for in vitro fertilization. • There are emerging applications in single-sperm genomics and in-home fer...
  4. Human intestinal gas measurement systems: in vitro fermentation and gas capsules

    Trends in Biotechnology 33(4):208 (2015)

    • Intestinal gas species can be used as biomarkers for specific gut microbiota. • These gases affect the status of the gut and subsequently human health. ...
  5. Engineering the ligninolytic enzyme consortium

    Trends in Biotechnology 33(3):155 (2015) PMID 25600621

    • Ligninases are situated at the front line of green chemistry. • Directed ligninase evolution is crucial for emergent lignocellulose biorefineries. ...
  6. Promises and pitfalls of synthetic chromosomes in plants

    Trends in Biotechnology 33(3):189 (2015) PMID 25624060

    • Minichromosomes in plants can be synthesized by telomere-mediated truncation. • Transgenes can be added to minichromosomes upon their formation. ...
  7. Synthetic immunology: modulating the human immune system

    Trends in Biotechnology 33(2):65 (2015) PMID 25466879

    • In synthetic immunology, biological devices are engineered to rationally modulate immune responses. • Molecules derived from the immune system are modified to ca...
  8. The limits of synthetic biology

    Trends in Biotechnology 33(2):57 (2015) PMID 25466877

    The pioneering works of Watson, Crick, Wilkins, and Franklin (1,2) on the structure of DNA has captivated our imaginations for over half a century and continues to shape our future endeavors. The genetic code, a mystery for many years, was soon thereafter decoded by organic chemists em...
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    Trends in Biotechnology 33(2):i (2015)

  10. Looking forward to genetically edited fruit crops

    Trends in Biotechnology 33(2):62 (2015) PMID 25129425

    The availability of genome sequences for many fruit crops has redefined the boundaries of genetic engineering and genetically modified (GM) crop plants. However commercialization of GM crops is hindered by numerous regulatory and social hurdles. Here, we focus on recently developed gen...