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Biopolymers from marine prokaryotes, both Bacteria and Archaea, offer a number of novel material properties and commercial opportunities. The characteristics of marine exopolysaccharides and melanins that enhance the survival ability of the organisms producing them can be exploited for a number...
Delivery of drugs to the nervous system remains a challenge despite advances in our understanding of the mechanisms involved in the development of neurodegenerative disorders and the actions of neuroactive agents. Drug accessibility to the central nervous system is limited by the blood-brain...
Membrane proteins perform many of the essential functions required for life. They are often the targets of medicinal drugs and have many potential uses in biotechnological processes. Therefore our ability to understand them and manipulate their functions is both important and necessary to enable...
Recent progress in the development of microelectrode structures has led to new techniques for the dielectrophoretic characterization and sorting of cells, microorganisms and other bioparticles using nonuniform AC electric fields. These methods utilize differences in the dielectric...
Polyunsaturated fatty acids form a unique class of food constituents that show a wide range of functions in biological systems. Investigations over the past two decades have uncovered their roles and those of their eicosanoid metabolites, and have highlighted their homeostatic functions in...
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