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In this work, nitrogen loss in the nitrite oxidation step of the nitrification process in an aerobic‐granule‐based reactor was characterized with both experimental and modeling approaches. Experimental results showed that soluble microbial products (SMP) were released from the...
Ionic liquids (ILs) have emerged as attractive solvents for lignocellulosic biomass pretreatment in the production of biofuels and chemical feedstocks. However, the high cost of ILs is a key deterrent to their practical application. Here, we show that acetate based ILs are effective in...
Nanoparticles are increasingly important in medical research for application to areas such as drug delivery and imaging. Understanding the interactions of nanoparticles with cells in physiologically relevant environments is vital for their acceptance, and cell–particle interactions likely vary...
MicroRNA (miRNA) plays essential roles in regulating gene expression, but miRNA delivery remains a hurdle, thus entailing a vector system for efficient transfer. Baculovirus emerges as a promising gene delivery vector but its inherent transient expression restricts its applications in some...
The study of platelet behavior in real‐time under controlled shear stress offers insights into the underlying mechanisms of many vascular diseases and enables evaluation of platelet‐focused therapeutics. The two most common methods used to study platelet behavior at the vessel wall under...
The force‐deflection and removal characteristics of bacterial biofilm were measured by two different techniques before and after chemical, or enzymatic, treatment. The first technique involved time lapse imaging of a biofilm grown in a capillary flow cell and subjected to a brief shear stress...
The mechanisms governing the efficient tumor spheroid penetration and transport by poly(amidoamine) (PAMAM) dendrimers displaying varying numbers of cyclic RGD targeting peptides (2, 3, 7, or 10) were evaluated in this work. The cell‐free binding affinities and cellular internalization kinetics...
In most applications of biotechnology and downstream processing proteins are exposed to fluid stresses in various flow configurations which often lead to the formation of unwanted protein aggregates. In this paper we present physical degradation experiments for proteins under well‐defined flow...
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