Trends in Biotechnology
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• Urine is the ideal feed for microbial electrochemical technologies given its conductivity, chemical oxygen demand, and buffering capacity. • Microbial electroche...
• Microfluidics techniques have been developed to sort sperm for in vitro fertilization. • There are emerging applications in single-sperm genomics and in-home fer...
• Intestinal gas species can be used as biomarkers for specific gut microbiota. • These gases affect the status of the gut and subsequently human health. ...
Trends in Biotechnology (2015)• We present a classification for knowledge management tools base on ICH Q guidelines. • Integrative and lifecycle knowledge management tools are discussed. ...
Trends in Biotechnology (2015)• Non-immunoglobulin (non-Ig) scaffolds are small antibody alternatives. • 139 binders of 20 non-Ig scaffold types were developed against 102 different targets. ...
• Ligninases are situated at the front line of green chemistry. • Directed ligninase evolution is crucial for emergent lignocellulose biorefineries. ...
• Minichromosomes in plants can be synthesized by telomere-mediated truncation. • Transgenes can be added to minichromosomes upon their formation. ...
Trends in Biotechnology (2015)• Biomineralization allows recovering the scarce element Se as Se0 and metal selenides. • An integrated treatment strategy is needed to achieve the Se discharge li...
• In synthetic immunology, biological devices are engineered to rationally modulate immune responses. • Molecules derived from the immune system are modified to ca...