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Biofuel production in the financial crisisRabinovich, Biotechnol. J. 2009, 4, 1117–1123Biotechnology by its nature goes through the cycles of booms and busts. This is particularly true for the biofuel area which depends on the prices of crude oil and biological source products, like corn,...
The adsorption characteristics of glutathione S‐transferases (GST) genetically fused with polystyrene (PS)‐binding peptides (PS‐tags) on PS plates with increase in hydrophilicity were studied to clarify the mechanisms of the specific interaction between the PS‐tag‐fused protein and PS...
The phosphatidylinositol 3‐kinase (PI3K) pathway controls the regulation of cell growth, proliferation, migration and apoptosis. In many tumors, the PI3K gene is mutated or overexpressed, and/or the PI3K pathway is hyperactive. PI3K is therefore a potential pharmacological target for the...
C1q is of interest in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) research due to deficiencies in its activity being associated with the disease. Current published protocols for measuring C1q vary greatly in their results and ease of reproducibility. Due to this, average C1q concentrations have been...
Beyond borders: The global biotechnology report 2009 by Ernst & YoungNew pathways to sustainabilityKey financial resultsKey regional findingsThe path ahead: beyond business models as usualOutlookSpecial paper watch: Biotech in the financial crisisThe financial crisis and academic...
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