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An analytical review of the current data on the microbial synthesis of biodiesel and prospects of its usage is presented. The technological, biochemical, and genetic aspects of biodiesel production using microorganisms are discussed.
Genetic constructs were designed in order to optimize darbepoetin production in CHO cells. They are characterized by a higher level of structural optimization of the darbepoetin gene, a higher gene dose, and the selection of promoter elements that have never been used before for this purpose. A...
A stable cell line that is based on CHO cells and produces 100 mg per liter of culture medium of recombinant darbepoetin alpha with a target glycosylated isoforms effective yield of about 30% has been selected. The expression product of the cell line was characterized and compared to the...
Two-bicistronic vectors for the production of recombinant IgM monoclonal antibodies in the DG44 DHFR-negative cell line have been designed. We used tandem vectors, in which one bicistronic unit encoded the immunoglobulin light chain and DHFR and the other encoded the heavy chain and EGFP. The...
An analytical system for a quantitative assessment of contributions of pre- and pro-components of the yeast α-factor leader to key stages of somatropin secretion in Saccharomyces cerevisiae has been designed. Using this system, it was shown that: 1—the α-factor pro-peptide has contributed almost...
A new polymer composition was developed based on hybrid sol-gel material for the immobilization of enzymes on the surface of screen-printed carbon electrodes modified with Prussian blue. The existing and developed methods for the glucose oxidase (GO) immobilization are compared. Highly stable...
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