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The Cambridge Healthtech Institute's BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology World 2000 conference was held in Columbus, OH, USA, 23–26 September 2000.
The expression of metal-binding proteins or peptides in microorganisms and plants in order to enhance heavy metal accumulation and/or tolerance has great potential. Several different peptides and proteins have been explored. This review focuses on cadmium (Cd) because of the significant...
Electrogenic cells fire spontaneous or triggered action potentials (transient changes of their membrane potentials) and can be electronically coupled to external electrodes (arrays). Signals from rat heart-muscle cells were recorded by a field-effect transistor and the results described on the...
This article describes the development of Multivariate Statistical Process Control (MSPC) procedures for monitoring batch processes and demonstrates its application with respect to industrial tylosin biosynthesis. Currently, the main fermentation phase is monitored using univariate statistical...
Peroxidases are ubiquitous enzymes that catalyze a variety of enantioselective oxygen-transfer reactions with hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2 ). Although they have enormous potential, their industrial application is hampered by their high price and low operational stability. Recent developments, such...
This article summarizes the current situation pertaining to modern biotechnology in Ireland, with a particular focus on genetically modified (GM) crops. It briefly examines some important results of the major national surveys carried out in Ireland since 1989, highlights the recent upsurge in...
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