• 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

March/April 2014

Volume 5, Issue 2

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Bioassay for biotin quantification. A biotin-auxotrophic Escherichia coli strain was spread on mineral salts agar. The filter disks in the center contained 100, 1000, and 2000 (bottom-up) ng of biotin. Diffusion of biotin into the agar resulted in the halos representing cell multiplication.

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