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Streptomyces: connecting red-nano and grey biotechnology fields
(Informa Healthcare, 2021-10)
Anthropogenic activities are often related to the occurrence of simultaneous contaminations with heavy metals and toxic organic compounds. In addition, the increasing demand for food, clothing, and technology has increased ...
Biotechnological challenges: The scope of genome editing
(Sociedade Brasileira de Reproducao Assistida, 2021-02)
CRISPR/Cas9 can be considered as the biotechnological breakthrough of the century. Genome editing technologies have developed in a vertiginous way. While the genome editing of species, including animals, plants and bacteria ...
Biotechnology and InnovationBiotecnología e innovación
(Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, 2020)
Biotechnology in ciliates: an overview
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-09)
Since their description and classification in the 19th century, ciliates have played an important role in science, leading to several fundamental discoveries in the areas of cellular and molecular biology. During the last ...
White rot fungi laccases for biotechnological applications
(Betham Science, 2010-08)
White rot fungi have an enzymatic system producing oxidative and hydrolytic enzymes that act on the degradation of certain components of the cell wall. They can be applied in several technological processes, such as paper ...
The conflict over GM soybean seed saving in Argentina: ground rent, social actors, biotechnology, and intellectual property rights
In this paper, we aim to examine the changing dynamics of the conflict over seed saving of genetically modified soybeans in Argentina. After analysing recent global transformations in seed production, we provide a summary ...
Challenges for open educational resources on biotechnology
(Suplemento Signos EAD, 2016)
Biotechnological applications of occlusion bodies of Baculoviruses
The ability of Baculoviruses to hyper-express very late genes as polyhedrin, the major component of occlusion bodies (OBs) or polyhedra, has allowed the evolution of a system of great utility for biotechnology. The main ...