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The use of physical variables to control the stereochemical outcome of enzymecatalysed reactions is of great interest in biocatalysis. The effects of temperature on stereochemistry were not understood and fully appreciated until recently. This article indicates how temperature can influence the...
Heat shock proteins (hsps) assist the assembly, folding and translocation of other proteins, and apparently have a role in protecting cells against injuries and other types of stress. In addition, hsps are frequently recognized by the immune system as predominant antigens during infections and...
Several obstacles prevent the increased use of biosensors in industrial bioprocess monitoring and control. Among these are the absence of robust and reliable biosensors with the required specificity and sensitivity for use in complex media, and the absence of adequate sampling techniques....
We have isolated several microorganisms that are adapted to living in the extremes of the deep-sea environment. They include barophilic bacteria, which are able to grow at high hydrostatic pressure, but that are unable to grow at atmospheric pressure, and organic-solvent-tolerant bacteria, which...
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