• Engineering microbial surfaces to degrade lignocellulosic biomass
  • Construction of a mouse Aos1-Uba2 chimeric SUMO-E1 enzyme, mAU, and its expression in baculovirus-insect cells
  • Biologically inspired intelligent decision making: A commentary on the use of artificial neural networks in bioinformatics

 Engineering microbial surfaces to degrade lignocellulosic biomass

Grace L Huang, Timothy D Anderson and Robert T Clubb

Construction of a mouse Aos1-Uba2 chimeric SUMO-E1 enzyme, mAU, and its expression in baculovirus-insect cells

Tomofumi Nakayama, Eri Yuasa, Ayumi Kanemaru, Masayuki Saito and Hisato Saitoh

 Biologically inspired intelligent decision making: A commentary on the use of artificial neural networks in bioinformatics

Timmy Manning, Roy D Sleator and Paul Walsh

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Bioengineered

July/August 2014

Volume 5, Issue 4

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The vast majority of commercially produced heparin is isolated from animal sources and is polydisperse in nature. To ensure structural identity, purity and efficacy into the future, we need to consider alternative and potentially more reliable sources such as heparin bioengineered in the laboratory using mammalian cell lines transfected with proteoglycan genes.

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Landes Bioscience is pleased to announce that Bioengineered has been accepted for inclusion in the ISI Web of Science! Stay tuned for our first impact factor.

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Medline/PubMed, PubMed Central, CABI (Global Health, CAB Abstracts)

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