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Cover illustrationFocus on synthetic biology. This special issue is edited by Kristala Jones Prather and Alfonso Jaramillo and focuses on computational methods, modeling and applications of synthetic biology. Bottom right: Penicillum simplicissimum in solid‐state fermentation producing lipases...
We discuss how a theoretical synthetic biology research programme may liberate empiricism in biological sciences beyond the unaided human brain. Because synthetic biological systems are relatively small and largely independent of evolutionary contexts, they can be represented with mathematical...
Enzyme technology is explored on wool fibers to prevent shrinkage and consolidation behavior during washing of woolen bed coverings using normal household machine conditions. Enzyme modification of wool fibers after two different pretreatments has been realized on industrial scale. Enlarged...
Synthetic biology can be defined as the “repurposing and redesign of biological systems for novel purposes or applications, ” and the field lies at the interface of several biological research areas. This broad definition can be taken to include a variety of investigative endeavors, and...
A comparative study of Penicillium simplicissimum morphology and lipase production was performed using solid‐state (SSF) and submerged (SmF) fermentation. SSF was carried out on babassu cake as culture medium and SmF on a semi‐synthetic medium and a medium based on suspended babassu cake...
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