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Renewable biofuels are needed to displace petroleum-derived transport fuels, which contribute to global warming and are of limited availability. Biodiesel and bioethanol are the two potential renewable fuels that have attracted the most attention. As demonstrated here, biodiesel and bioethanol...
The diagnosis and immunotherapy currently applied to allergic diseases involve the use of crude extracts of the allergen source without defining the allergy-eliciting molecule(s). Advances in recombinant DNA technology have made identification, cloning, expression and epitope mapping of...
Carotenoids are one of the most diverse classes of natural compounds. Plant carotenoids are composed of a C40 isoprenoid skeleton with or without epoxy, hydroxy and keto groups. They have fundamental roles in human nutrition as antioxidants and vitamin A precursors and their consumption is...
Directed evolution is a powerful tool for the creation of commercially useful enzymes, particularly those approaches that are based on in vitro recombination methods, such as DNA shuffling. Although these types of search algorithms are extraordinarily efficient compared with purely random...
Primarily outside the scientific community, misapprehensions and misinformation about recombinant DNA-modified (also known as ‘genetically modified’, or ‘GM’) plants have generated significant ‘pseudo-controversy’ over their safety that has resulted in unscientific and excessive...
Transgenic plants of environmental benefit typically consist of plants that either reduce the input of agrochemicals into the environment or make the biological remediation of contaminated areas more efficient. Examples include the construction of species that result in reduced pesticide use and...
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