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Increasing economic interest in Jatropha curcas requires a major research focus on the genetic background and geographic origin of this non‐edible biofuel crop. To determine the worldwide genetic structure of this species, amplified fragment length polymorphisms, inter simple sequence repeats,...
Curcuminoids are phenylpropanoids with high pharmaceutical potential. Herein, we report an engineered artificial pathway in Escherichia coli to produce natural curcuminoids through caffeic acid. Arabidopsis thaliana 4‐coumaroyl‐CoA ligase and Curcuma longa diketide‐CoA synthase (DCS) and...
Genomics provides the opportunity to explore the relationships of genes and phenotypes: its operational use in the context of breeding programs through strategies such as genomic selection, promises to foster the development of perennial crops dedicated to biodiesel production by increasing the...
Stable gene expression in mammalian cells is a prerequisite for many in vitro and in vivo experiments. However, either the integration of plasmids into mammalian genomes or the use of retro‐/lentiviral systems have intrinsic limitations. The use of transposable elements, e.g. the Sleeping...
Complete utilization of all available carbon sources in lignocellulosic biomass still remains a challenge in engineering Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Even with efficient heterologous xylose catabolic pathways, S. cerevisiae is unable to utilize xylose in lignocellulosic biomass unless xylan is...
An inherent problem with bacterial cell factories used to produce recombinant proteins or metabolites is that resources are channeled into unwanted biomass as well as product. Over several years, attempts have been made to increase efficiency by unlinking biomass and product generation. One...
Antibodies are important molecules in many research fields, where they play a key role in various assays. Antibody labeling is therefore of great importance. Currently, most labeling techniques take advantage of certain amino acid side chains that commonly appear throughout proteins. This makes...
Special issue: Renewable Energy Crops, edited by Margit Laimer, Fatemeh Maghuly, Johann Vollmann and Nicolas Carels. Given the growing importance of environmental advantages of biofuel plants reducing greenhouse gas emissions as compared to fossil fuel consumption, second and third generation...
Downstream processing (DSP) is a major cost factor during the production of biopharmaceutical proteins. Clarification can account for ∼40% of these costs, especially when a large amount of dispersed particulate material is generated, such as during the extraction of intracellular proteins from...
Camelina is an underutilized Brassicaceae oilseed plant with a considerable agronomic potential for biofuel and vegetable oil production in temperate regions. In contrast to most Brassicaceae, camelina is resistant to alternaria black spot and other diseases and pests. Sequencing of the camelina...
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