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Extremozymes offer new opportunities for biocatalysis and biotransformations as a result of their extreme stability. From recent work, major approaches to extending the range of applications of extremozymes have emerged. Both the discovery of new extremophilic species and the determination of...
The active site of cross-linked enzyme crystals can be further modified by chemical means, yielding a new type of chemically engineered enzyme. In the past year, the characteristics of cross-linked protein crystals as microporous materials have been studied and used as stationary phases in...
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Recent advances in the understanding of intracellular signaling after genotoxic injury have led to a better understanding of the pathways that influence radiation-induced cell death. Particular progress has been made in defining molecular controls of apoptosis and radiation-induced cell cycle...
New opportunities for biosensors are now appearing in clinical and genetic diagnostics, genomics, environmental protection, food processing and safety, drug discovery and bioprocess monitoring. Concerns about the cost, stability and selectivity of previous sensor technologies are being addressed...
Epoxide hydrolases from bacterial and fungal sources are highly versatile biocatalysts for the asymmetric hydrolysis of epoxides on a preparative scale. Besides kinetic resolution, which yields the corresponding enantiomerically enriched vicinal diol and the remaining nonconverted epoxide,...
Molecular medicine and genomics technologies are inseparable for defining new molecular targets. cDNA databases and elementary informatic tools provide instantaneous glimpses of gene families or tissue-restricted expression patterns as a means of new target identification. In addition, cDNA...
The original yeast two-hybrid system and its variants have proven to be effective tools for identification and analysis of protein–protein, protein–DNA and protein–RNA interactions. The two-hybrid assay is being applied to the entire complement of proteins of the yeast Saccharomyces...
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