Amarkand tubers are routinely used by many Indian tribes as a specialized food for health and longevity but so far there is no scientific evidence for their activities. Taxonomically, Amarkand belong to genera Eulophia and Dioscorea. In this communication, comparative antifatigue potential of Amarkand was analyzed using forced swimming model in rats and evaluated using biomarkers of physical fatigue. Methanol extracts of tubers of D. bulbifera, E. ochreata, E. leghapanensis and bulbils of D. bulbifera exhibited rich polyphenolic content. D. bulbifera bulbils and E. ochreata significantly prolonged the swimming endurance time. Creatine kinase and urea nitrogen were significantly reduced by treatment of D. bulbifera bulbils and E. ochreata as compared to negative control. D. bulbifera bulbils effectively increased creatine (p < 0.001), lactate dehydrogenase (p < 0.01) and hemoglobin (p < 0.001) compared to negative control. D. bulbifera bulbils and E. ochreata treatments significantly increased glycogen
We present the current form of a provisional DNA sequence-based regulatory gene network that explains in outline how endomesodermal specification in the sea urchin embryo is controlled. The model of the network is in a continuous process of revision and growth as new genes are added and new experimental results become available; see http://www.its.caltech.edu/~mirsky/endomeso.htm (End-mes Gene Network Update) for the latest version. The network contains over 40 genes at present, many newly uncovered in the course of this work, and most encoding DNA-binding transcriptional regulatory factors. The architecture of the network was approached initially by construction of a logic model that integrated the extensive experimental evidence now available on endomesoderm specification. The internal linkages between genes in the network have been determined functionally, by measurement of the effects of regulatory perturbations on the expression of all relevant genes in the network. Five kinds of perturbation have
What is visceral fat and how can it affect your health? If you are already at risk of developing heart disease, having excessive visceral fat may pose health risks.
As of September 1, 2004, there have beenmore than 120 publications in refereed journals. Because of the complexity and extent of the data obtained, it is not possible to summarize all or even a large part of the results. Nevertheless, results from one phenotype (VO2max ) should demonstrate the types and importance of findings in the HERITAGE Family Study.. One question asked was whether families had similar levels before training began. Relative to the phenotype of VO2max adjusted for age, sex, body mass and body composition, genetic factors explained about 40% of the variation. There was a large variation in response to training at each of the centers. Although the average increase in VO2max was 19%, about 5% of the subjects had little or no change (,5%) and about 5% had an increase of 40 to ,50%. This large variation occurred at all ages and at all levels of initial fitness and was similar for Blacks and Whites and for women and men. There was about 2.5 times more variance between families ...
Bouchard, C., P. An, T. Rice, J.S. Skinner, J.H. Wilmore, J. Gagnon, L. Perusse, A.S. Leon, and D.C. Rao (1999). Familial aggregation of VO2 max response to exercise training: Results from the HERITAGE Family Study. J. Appl. Physiol. 87: 1003-1008.. Skinner J.S., A. Jaskolski, A. Jaskolska, J. Kransnoff, J. Gagon, A.S. Leon, D.C. Rao, J.H. Wilmore, and C. Bouchard (2001). Age, sex, race, initial fitness, and response to training: The HERITAGE Family Study. J. Appl. Physiol. 90: 1770-1776. By Elizabeth Quinn, About.com Guide. Original Post @ http://tru-strength.com. Photos: thrustr.tumblr.com. ...
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Calcium (Ca(2+)) intake may play a role in the regulation of body weight. Increased Ca(2+) intake has been associated with lower body weight, BMI, and adiposity measures in cross-sectional studies. We examined the association between Ca(2+) intake, d
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The Army Medical College (AMC) and Atta-ur-Rahman School of Applied Biosciences (ASAB) are the constituent colleges of National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST). AMC committed to provides education especially in Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS), Bachelor in Dental Surgery (BDS). ASAB provides education in Applied Biosciences, Healthcare Biotechnology, Industrial Biotechnology and Plant Biotechnology.
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Mitochondrial Protein Of Unknown Function Involved In Lipid Homeostasis; Integral Membrane Protein That Localizes To The Mitochondrial Inner Membrane; Involved In Mitochondrial Morphology; Non-essential Gene Which Interacts Genetically With MDM10, And Other Members Of The ERMES Complex; Transcription Is Periodic During The Metabolic Cycle; Homologous To Human AarF Domain Containing Kinase, ADCK1
The industrial biotechnology is dealing with the production of bulk and fine chemicals, for example the production of monomers for polymer industry by optimized enzymes, cells or microorganisms. These are so called biocatalysts. As basic raw materials solely renewable resources like plant oils and fats from sunflowers, rapeseed, oilpalm or tallow, as well as carbohydrates from crop, corn, sugarcane or sugarbeet. Because of high competition to food and feed industry lots of research is going on focussing on the utilization of alternative plant oils as well as residual lignocellulosic biomass from forestry and agriculture (wood, straw). Compared to conventional chemical methods biotransformations, using microorganisms and enzymes, take place under mild conditions and low energy consumption. Enzymes do normally have high selectivity and do generally not built any byproducts. Potential disadvantages are low product concentrations and production rates. The product has to be purified and concentrated ...
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Megan Cooper.. A major roadblock to the commercialisation of algae for industrial biotechnology is the contamination of cultures via adventitious organisms, such as bacteria. However, algal-bacterial interactions are common in nature, and many algae require bacterial symbionts for the provision of key nutrients such as vitamin B12 . In order to improve the commercial prospects of large-scale microalgal culture, I am investigating the potential for algal-bacterial consortia to reduce contamination by adventitious bacteria and improve the stability and productivity of algal cultures. Utilising a model algal-bacterial symbiosis between the green alga Lobomonas rostrata and the rhizobial bacterium Mesorhizobium loti, I have investigated the role of bacteria in the phycosphere and the effects of bacteria on algal growth. I will present my research into the potential probiotic effects of mutualistic bacteria and describe a novel protocol for the ...
... and industrial biotechnology for Europe The Bionexgen project consortium is delighted to invite you to two sequential events, showcasing Europes leading developments in industrial biotechnology to mark the end of its 3 year FP7 supported activities. 10.00 - 16.45 The next generation of biocatalysis for industrial chemical synthesis (E25) 17.15 - 19.30 Industrial Biotechnology for Europe (FREE) Under the Seventh Framework Programme, the European Commission has invested substantially into driving the bioeconomy and specifically in KBBE Activity 2.3 Life sciences, biotechnology and biochemistry for sustainable non-food products and processes. BIONEXGEN is a flagship project within this activity, with the goal to develop the next generation of biocatalysts to be used for eco-efficient manufacturing processes in the chemical industry. Having benefited from a total project budget of over €10m, the research objectives for BIONEXGEN included: · The design and optimization of enzymes to be
This project aims to use modern synthetic biology and synthetic chemistry techniques to create new recombinant microbes for use in synthetic biotechnology. In particular, we are interested in engineering E. coli cells to perform reaction sequences that are not found in Nature.[1] ...
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Chunfeng Liu (1,2), Mingping Zong (1,2), Jianjun Dong (3), Feiyun Zheng (1,2), Yongxian Li (1,2), Qi Li (1,2), and Guoxian Gu (1,2). 1. Key Laboratory of Industrial Biotechnology, Ministry of Education, Wuxi 214122, Jiangsu Province, P. R. of China. 2. Lab of Brewing Science and Engineering, Jiangnan University, Wuxi 214122, Jiangsu Province, P. R. of China. 3. R & D Center, Tsingtao Brewery Co., Ltd., Qingdao 266101, Shandong Province, P. R. of China ...
Thompson, Elinor (2015) Flavonoids: development of nutritional therapeutics in a model microbe. In: High Value Chemicals from Plants - harnessing the potential of synthetic biology for industrial biotechnology, 13-14 July 2015, Norwich. ...
The genetic code is the long-term memory of a self-perpetuating metabolic cycle that goes one cycle per reproduction. This mechanism allows one small step at a time building upon a previous design, as in evidence in the fossil record where never once was there not a design present for the new design to have come from. Design does not have to become more complex or be more advantageous to survival because the organism itself is in part intelligently and consciously directing their change in design by what it finds desirable in the variety available to select as a mate. Examples include the peacocks tail. In humans the looks of sex symbols sometimes computer enhanced to represent the conscious ideals not yet common in our morphology ...
Classical methods for microbial strain engineering, used to improve the production of bioproducts, have serious drawbacks and have been found to be unsuitable for complex strain development applicatio
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Palomares,L.A. Lara,A. Ramirez,O.T. 2010. Bioreactor Scale-Up en: Flickinger,M. Encyclopedia of Industrial Biotechnology Bioprocess, Bioseparation and Cell Technology. New York. John Wiley and Sons. Palomares,L.A. Lara,A. Ramirez,O.T. 2010. Bioreactor Scale-Down en: Flickinger,M. Encyclopedia of Industrial Biotechnology. New York. John Wiley and Sons. Palomares,L.A. Valdez-Cruz,N.A. Ramirez,O.T. 2008. Superando los retos del cultivo de c lulas animales a trav s de la bioingenier a en: Lopez-Munguia,A. Una ventana al quehacer cient fico. Instituto de Biotecnolog a de la UNAM 25 aniversario, cap 33. Mexico, D.F.. UNAM. pags. 385-398 Palomares,L.A. Ramirez OT 2007. Glicosilaci n de prote nas recombinantes: Importancia y relaci n con las condiciones de bioproceso en: Juaresti,E. Dise o y producci n de f rmacos. Mexico. El Colegio Nacional. pags. 95-123 Palomares,L.A. Estrada-Mondaca,S. Ramirez,O.T. 2006. Principles and applications of the insect cell-baculovirus expression vector system en: Ozturk ...
Cellulases are of considerable current interest for converting the cellulosic content of biomass to fermentable sugars for biofuels production. To facilitate the enzymatic conversion of biomass to sugars, pre-treatment processes at high temperatures, low pH, and even in ionic liquids are candidates ...
Krebs cycle animation and Citric acid cycle : Central metabolic cycle and its Significance Citric acid cycle is also called Krebs Cycle and Tricarboxylic acid cycle. The citric acid cycle is a aerobic universal Acetyl~coA catabolic cycle. It is a central metabolic cycle. The cycle was first elucidated by scientist "Sir Hans Adolf Krebs" (LT, […] ...
My laboratory works towards a quantitative understanding of mammalian cellular metabolism, with a particular focus in cancer metabolism. We combine fluxomics and metabolomics with system biology, biochemistry and genetic approaches, to investigate how cellular metabolism is rewired to support cancer proliferation and metastasis, and how cellular metabolism is dynamically regulated in response to various microenvironments.. I will also join the Department of Nutritional Sciences as an assistant professor in summer 2017. My lab welcomes applications from prospective postdocs and graduate students.". ...
Sure you can. If input , output, you end up gaining weight. The obesity-resistant rats are worse at converting food into body mass (because they have higher energy expenditure) but on a diet where nearly half of the calories are fat, even a rat predisposed to being thin will get fat if allowed to free-feed for long enough. Compared to an obesity-prone rat on the same diet, the obesity-resistant rat will be thinner, but will not be as thin as an obesity-resistant rat maintained on a low-fat diet. There are two reasons for this. First, the high-fat diets we use contain more calories per food pellet than the low-fat diets, because fat is an energetically dense food (more calories in less weight). The standard high-fat pellet has 4.7 kcal/gram, while the low fat pellets are a little over 3.8 kcal/g. Thats one extra kcal per gram of food eaten - which is a lot when you consider the average rat eats around 15-20 grams of food a day. If nothing changes, a rat eating the same amount of food (by weight) ...
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The Microbe Division in RIKEN-BRC has been collecting, preserving, standardizing, and distributing cultured microbial strains since established as Japan Collection of Microorganism (JCM) in 1981. Our mission is to contribute to scientific communities in a variety of research fields by maintaining and serving high-quality microbial resources useful for general microbial studies and researches related to environmental and human health issues. As a research and development laboratory, we are also working to continuously improve our function as a microbial resource center, to develop new microbial resources, to describe novel microbial taxa, and to investigate microbial communities and yet-uncultured microorganisms.. ...
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Atomic storage In the search for ever-smaller storage, a team of scientists at Delft University in the Netherlands built a 1 kilobyte memory where each bit is represented by the position of one single chlorine atom. "In theory, this storage density would allow all books ever created by humans to be written on a single post stamp," said lead scientist Sander Otte. They reached a storage de... » read more ...
Metabolomics is the global profiling of small metabolites such as amino acids, glycolytic, TCA and pentose cycle metabolites, and in combination with lipidomics (fatty acids, acyl carntines, phospholipids, di- and tri-glycerides) presents a powerful approach to functional biology for biomedical, clinical questions. Fluxomics uses stable isotopes to assess intra- and inter-organ flux. Use of fluxomics combined with metabolomics yields a comprehensive picture of metabolic regulation, and how its is impacted by disease.. The newly established Einstein Stable Isotope & Metabolomics Core (SIMC) uses stable isotope flux and metabolite profiling to help formulate and test hypotheses about the metabolic consequences of various changes in gene expression and protein function, in order to guide further integrative systems biology analyses of the underlying mechanisms in diabetes, insulin resistance, obesity, and diabetic complications. The SIMC Facility is a nonprofit organization established at the ...
Other studies have shown an increase in triacylglycerol levels in vegetative tissues; however, these studies required soil with adequate nutrients for plant growth. Notably, the team at Tokyo Tech was able to achieve results by using nutrient-depleted growth conditions and by modifying only a single gene that was introduced into the transgenic plants in this study. These results show great promise because introducing more genes could further elevate triacylglycerol levels in the plants. Furthermore, the team is currently investigating whether this novel lipid remodeling system can be applied to crop plants. If successful, the production and subsequent consumption of biodiesel at economically viable levels may be a reality in the not-too-distant future.. ...
The postgraduate Department of Biotechnology was founded in 2006, and since then, has always endeavoured to keep its students on par with recent trends in this rapidly evolving field. As an amalgamation of all the foundational courses in the Life Sciences, Biotechnology has opened up a wide range of areas of study and research such as Stem Cell Technology, Animal Biotechnology, Immunology, Nanotechnology and Industrial Biotechnology, all of which have a tremendous power to both help and change society.. The Department aims to impart quality education to students, prepare them for new research challenges and to create and foster technology for the uplift of society. The two year programme offered by the Department ensures that students develop the necessary skills to enter the Biotechnology job sector.. The Department has a well-equipped laboratory with modern equipment: a Nu- 4750E CO2 incubator, a UV-visible spectrophotometer, a PCR machine, monocular and binocular microscopes, a vacuum ...
WASHINGTON—Employees in the biotechnology industry are enjoying more salary increases, cash incentive programs and educational assistance, yet the annual turnover rate for some positions is as high as 23 percent, according to a recent survey conducted by Radford Associates for the Industrial Biotechnology Association. The Biotechnology Compensation and Benefits Survey collected information from 126 biotechnology companies based primarily in the United States and Canada. Salary increases we
Henk Noorman was trained as a Chemical Engineer at Groningen University (NL). He obtained a PhD in Biotechnology from Delft University of Technology (NL), on microbial systems modeling (1991).. He became a post-doctorate fellow in a Nordic research consortium, and coordinated a fermentation scale-up project among academic groups in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. He then joined Gist-brocades and DSM in Delft (NL, 1994) and worked on fermentation development and implementation projects, mainly in the area of antibiotics and biobased chemicals. He also has been project manager for innovation projects.. Henk Noorman is currently working as Corporate Scientist Bioprocess Technology in the DSM Biotechnology Center and is involved in numerous projects in Industrial Biotechnology, Food Specialties, Anti-Infectives, and the Corporate Research Program. In addition, he is honorary professor at TU Delft working on Bioprocess Design and Integration. ...
Time: Fri 2019-06-14 13.00 Location: FA32, AlbaNova universitetscentrum, Roslagstullsbacken 21, Stockholm Subject area: Biotechnology Doctoral student: Caijuan Zhan , Industrial Biotechnology Opponent: Professor Jeffery Chalmers, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA Supervisor: Veronique Chotteau, KTH ...
Analytes Analyser used in Industrial & Biotechnology applications and offers a fast, simple and accurate method for the measurement of Methanol, ethanol, Glucose, Glycerol, Lactate, Sucrose or Lactose in beverage and bioprocessing applications. ...
Bouchard, C., Warwick, D.E., Rice, T., Pérusse, L., Gagnon, J., Province, M.A., Leon, A.S., Rao, D.C., Skinner, J.S. & Wilmore, J.H. 1998. Familial resemblance for VO2max in the sedentary state: the HERITAGE family study. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30: 252-258 ...
Advanced biotechnological fermentation strategies are increasingly replacing chemical approaches for the production of speciality and base commodities. This trend is set to continue with the increased demand for more sustainable alternatives to traditional industrial processes.. Cysal is an innovative biotechnology company with a focus on developing, optimizing, and licensing fermentation technology solutions and novel applications for biopolymers and low-molecular weight compounds such as dipeptides.. Our own expertise in industrial biotechnology and our large and robust network of collaboration partners and institutions within Germany and abroad enable us to deliver solutions and products tailor-made to perfectly meet the requirements of our customers.. ...
The identification of novel enzymes for use in industrial biotechnology is an important goal in enzyme discovery. The need for novel biocatalysts for sustainable and efficient bioenergy production and the development of new biomaterials especially gives rise to new strategic opportunities of proteomic research. Most industrially relevant enzymes to date have been isolated from pure cultured microorganisms. It is however well established that only a small fraction of all existing microorganisms can be obtained in pure cultures, thus limiting the potential of finding novel enzymes. The possibility to identify valuable enzymes directly from complete microbial communities would therefore potentially give access to a huge number of novel enzyme candidates.. Metaproteomics, or "the large-scale characterization of the entire protein complement of environmental microbiota at a given point in time" has hitherto mainly been used to understand ecosystem function. In order to reach our goals we have instead ...
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1-MLCL(0:0/16:0/16:0/16:0) is a monolysocardiolipin (MLCL). Monolysocardiolipins have three fatty acid tails, instead of the usual two. 1-MLCL(0:0/16:0/16:0/16:0) contains one chain of at the C1 position, three chains of hexadecanoic acid at the C2, C3 and C4 positions. MLCL is present in eukaryotes as part of the metabolic cycle of mitochondrial lipids. Removal of one acyl chain from a cardiolipin results in generation of monolysocardiolipin (MLCL). MLCL has been used as an inter-mediate in the synthesis of spin-labeled CL to study the interaction of CL with mitochondrial enzymes. Because a role for MLCL has been suggested in apoptosis, this molecule has been used to study its interaction with various enzymes involved in lipid remodeling and apoptosis. There are two species of monolysocardiolipins, 1-MLCL which is missing a fatty acid in position R1 the and 2-MLCL which is missing a fatty acid in position R4 ...
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This invention describes genes, metabolic pathways, microbial strains and methods to produce methyl butanol and other compounds of interest from renewable feedstocks.
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The capability to do reproducible screening and genomic analysis of the more than 2,000 plant cell lines maintained in culture at the Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic Engineering, in Kiev, Ukraine is describe in an article in Industrial Biotechnology, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers. The article is available on the Industrial Biotechnology website.. In the article "Screening Plant Biodiversity In Vitro for New Natural Products," Prof. Nikolay V. Kuchuk and coauthors from the Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic Engineering and Zabolotny Institute of Microbiology and Virology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev; Komarov Botanical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA; and Hunter-Cevera & Associates, Ellicott City, MD, provide a detailed description of their methods for plant cell culture and the development of plant extracts for screening. The authors present the results of large-scale screening ...
Yangs team is working with Boeing Co. to develop and test the hydrocarbons targeted to be jet fuel.. Yangs procedure converts lignin into a mix of hydrocarbons in a single reactor using appropriate catalysts. The resulting product must be separated and purified to obtain the jet-fuel hydrocarbons that can be used in turbine engines.. Ralph Cavalieri, director of WSUs Office of Alternative Energy, said molecules derived from biomass currently must be combined with petroleum-based jet fuel to meet the certification requirements for jet fuel. Yangs procedure, however, may be able to supply the molecules that are necessary to be certified as a jet fuel.. Jet fuel typically needs molecules that consist of 12 to 16 carbon atoms to fulfill jet engine requirements, Cavalieri said. Comparatively, gasoline requires molecules with fewer carbon atoms, but that fuel is much more volatile. On the other end of the spectrum is diesel, which requires molecules of 16 to 20 or more carbon atoms. While it is ...
Reductionist philosophy has directed biological research for decades [1, 2]. A significant amount of information has been generated so far in the field of biological sciences as enrichment of human knowledgebase to understand life [1]. Despite enormous success of reductionism to decode the structural and functional attributes at cellular and molecular levels of life-organization, it is progressively becoming clearer that biological functions can rarely be credited to discrete perception of individual molecules. Alternatively, most biological phenomena emerge due to extremely interactive complexity derived from functional integrity of cells numerous constituents [2]. Various recent approaches have been initiated and accomplished to study biological systems in more integrative and comprehensive way. Network model can play an important role to understand the complex network system based on multiple sets of interactions and to make plain and clear analysis of the origin of observed network ...
Screening large cell culture collections containing plant samples obtained from diverse geographic regions, climates, and soil and growing conditions for biological activity can reveal a wealth of natural compounds with potential applications for crop improvement and protection. The capability to do reproducible screening and genomic analysis of the more than 2,000 plant cell lines maintained in culture at the Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic Engineering, in Kiev, Ukraine is describe in an article in Industrial Biotechnology.
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In the continuously growing field of industrial biotechnology the scale-up from lab to industrial scale is still a major hurdle to develop competitive bioprocesses. During scale-up the productivity of single cells might be affected by bioreactor inhomogeneity and population heterogeneity. Currently, these co
Comparative genomic analysis is the only way to determine the authenticity of industrial biotechnology in misappropriation litigation.
The circadian rhythm is a pattern of approximately 24 hours with characteristic physiologic and metabolic cycles of, among many other attributes, body temperature, hormone secretion, sleep/wake cycle, alertness, and gene expression (Takahashi et al., 2008). Impressively, this rhythm has been shown to persist indefinitely in a constant dark environment that contains no other time cues; approximate
In the laboratory, yeast is usually grown in the presence of high glucose, and lab yeast is adapted for those conditions. If strains more typical of wild yeast are maintained under conditions with few nutrients, they will show a synchronous cycle of alternating respiratory and glycolytic metabolism. Cell division is confined to the glycolytic (or reductive) phase. Chen et al. hypothesized that this occurs to prevent replication from taking place in an oxidizing environment, which could cause mutations. When cells were forced to divide during the oxidizing phase of the metabolic cycle by introducing one of several cell cycle mutations or treating with H2O2, an increased level of DNA mutation was indeed observed. In addition, a mutation in a DNA checkpoint kinase that links the cell and circadian cycles in other fungi disrupts cell synchrony, suggesting parallels between the metabolic and circadian cycles.. Z. Chen, E. A. Odstrcil, B. P. Tu, S. L. McKnight, Restriction of DNA replication to the ...
The problem is that modern humans often experience stress without the violent muscle contractions of a "fight-or-flight" response that would have normally occurred among our hominid ancestors. Arguably those muscle contractions would have normally been in the anaerobic range (like a weight training set) and be fueled by both glycogen and fat. Recovery from those anaerobic "workouts" would induce aerobic metabolic responses, for which the main fuel would be fat ...
A mutation in some obesity-prone dog breeds might reveal new risk factors for obesity in humans - and perhaps give rise to new drugs.
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Blood Frontier is a single-player and multiplayer first-person shooter, built as a total conversion of Cube Engine 2, which lends itself toward balanced gameplay, completely at the control of map makers,...
Discover the history and heritage behind the Vocalzone story, the throat pastille developed for Enrico Caruso in 1907 in Carmarthen, Wales.
Short curriculum. Macerata, 23 June 1963. Married, three children. She is Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, Biology and Biotechnologies of the University of Perugia. She gained the National Scientific Qualification as a full professor in Models and Methods in Chemical Sciences. She teaches Advanced Physical Chemistry in the Masters Degree Programme in Chemical Sciences, and Cryopreservation and Biobanks in the Masters Degree Programme in Molecular and Industrial Biotechnology, whereof she is President since April 7, 2016. She is in charge since 2006 of the research group "Molecular Spectroscopy". The research activity concerned the study of structural and dynamic properties of systems of biological interest in the liquid phase, investigated by molecular spectroscopy techniques. She is also involved in scientific aspects related to bioethics issues, and governance aspects of Biotechnology and Life Sciences, with particular regard to the topic of ...
The prospects of peak oil, climate change and the dependency of fossil carbon have urged research and development of production methods for the manufacture of fuels and chemicals from renewable resources (biomass). To date, the primary emphasis has been placed on the replacement of oil for transportation fuels. A highly significant subset of petroleum usage is the production of chemicals, which represents 10-15% of the petroleum usage. White biotechnology, also called industrial biotechnology, is a fast evolving technology with a large potential to have a substantial impact on the industrial production of fuels and chemicals from biomass. This work addresses the issue of chemical production by investigating the production of bio-based succinic acid, which can be used in a wide range of applications to replace petroleum based chemicals. Succinic acid can be produced by fermentation of sugar by a number of organisms; one is Escherichia coli (E. coli). It is known that E. coli under anaerobic ...
Students will complete a final year research project under the guidance of an academic staff or industry mentor. The Capstone Project can cover any of the key areas in life science research including Molecular Biosciences, Industrial Biotechnology, Food Technology, Aquatic Science & Technology, Environmental Technology and Urban Horticulture and Greenscape. Students will be able to integrate and apply the knowledge and skills learned from the course. They will be involved in report writing as well as presenting the outcomes of the project in poster and oral presentations. The Capstone Project will further strengthen their writing and communication skills as well as analytical and problem solving skills, thus preparing them for the industry or further studies. ...
After completing B.Tech in Industrial Biotechnology from Anna University, Chennai in 2009, I worked in "Wilcom Technologies Pvt. Ltd" which is an IIT Bombay incubated company having more than 100 products. I have been studying the biological effects of cell tower radiation for the past five years and have interacted with several experts, researchers, doctors and patients around the world who have been affected with prolonged exposure to mobile tower/phone radiation. I started my own company NESA (which stands for Non- Ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation Shielding Alternatives) in 2012 which is into retail and service of Radiation Measurement and Shielding products. We have products such as DETEX 189 (Cell Tower Radiation Detector), Radiation Shield, Window Shielding Films, Curtains, Wall Paper etc ...
Directions Divide 1 serving (4 g) into 4 equal doses and take them spread out evenly during the day. The most precise dosing is 50 milligrams per 1 kg bodyweight daily. Use this product in conjunction with food as part of a healthy, balanced diet, not as a substitute for such.. CITRULLINE MALATE. 3000 mg per serving. Citrulline is combined with Malic Acid to form Citrulline Malate. The amino acid Citrulline occurs in watermelon (Citrullus lanatus), while Malic Acid is an organic acid that is abundant in nature (e.g. in fruits). Many proteins contain Citrulline and both ingredients are key intermediates in metabolic cycles ...
The frequent use of antibiotics against microbial infections may lead the emergence of antibiotic resistant microbial strains. To overcome these microbial strains, we need to fabricate alternative materials which can handle them. It is for this reason, we have fabricated cellulose (CE) based filter paper (FP) composite scaffolds comprising of adsorbed chitosan (CS) and sliver (Ag) nanoparticles (NPs). The AgNPs are incorporated in the CS layer of the composite scaffold. Prior to evaluate the efficacy of the scaffolds against gram positive and gram negative bacterial strains, the scaffolds were characterized for the presence of the Ag NPs with field emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM), fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and x-ray diffractometer (XRD ...
Our understanding of how the gut microbiome interacts with its human host has been restrained by limited access to longitudinal datasets to examine stability and dynamics, and by having only a few isolates to test mechanistic hypotheses. Here, we present the Broad Institute-OpenBiome Microbiome Library (BIO-ML), a comprehensive collection of 7,758 gut bacterial isolates paired with 3,632 genome sequences and longitudinal multi-omics data. We show that microbial species maintain stable population sizes within and across humans and that commonly used omics survey methods are more reliable when using averages over multiple days of sampling," the investigators wrote.. "Variation of gut metabolites within people over time is associated with amino acid levels, and differences across people are associated with differences in bile acids. Finally, we show that genomic diversification can be used to infer eco-evolutionary dynamics and in vivo selection pressures for strains within individuals. The ...
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Industrial biotechnology. Also known as white biotechnology, this field is based on the use of living cells and/or their enzymes for the sustainable production of chemicals, materials and fuels from renewable sources (79). This fast emerging area focuses on the development of clean bioprocesses with a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, as well as energy and water usage (24). In the production of chemicals, biocatalytic reactions can replace a multistep synthesis with a single step involving low energy and less material input, producing higher quality products at a lower cost (93). More importantly, they sometimes enable the synthesis of products that may not be possible to synthesize otherwise (26). Current challenges are the development of novel and improved biocatalysts for the production of chemicals, as well as a cost-effective production of these enzymes (26). It is expected that 20% of the global chemicals (fine chemicals, specialties, polymers, etc.) and 60 % of fine chemicals will be ...
As the African continent embraces industrialization as the driver for economic growth, governments are acutely aware that this has to be done in an environmentally sustainable way. Lessons from other parts of the world have shown that industrialization could also lead to massive environmental degradation if not well managed. Recent developments in industrial biotechnology offer an attractive mechanism for mitigating environmental degradation associated with industrial activities.. The East African region is endowed with several unique and extreme habitats all harboring a rich microbial diversity. Most industrial enzymes currently in use are obtained from microorganisms. Already some enzymes with attractive potential for industrial application have been discovered in the region. Despite its huge potential for biotechnology innovation, to date, the region is not exploiting this microbial resource. To use this resource for the benefit of the region, it is important that enzyme producing companies ...
Current industrial biotechnology and bioprocessing methods rely on energy-intensive, time-consuming membrane technology that increases costs. The development of economical membrane separation technologies remains a roadblock to sustainable, profitable biomanufacturing of fuels and high-value co-products, energy production, and treatment of compromised water.. We believe that some of the best engineering can be found in nature. Thats why were working to leverage bio-inspired design to develop multifunctional, low-fouling, responsive, reactive, and selective membranes.. At Kentucky NSF EPSCoR, our mission is to develop multifunctional bio-inspired membrane technology capable of assisting in environmental remediation, liquid purification, and conversion to promote the bioeconomy. ...
Bacteria synthesiza their Folic acid via Para-amino benzoic acid (PABA). Sulphadiazine competitively inhibits PABA in the Folic acid metabolic cycle while Trimethoprim prevents reduction of Dihydrofolic acid to Tetrahydrofolic acid in the bacterial cells. This sequential blockade inhibits bacterial cell multiplication.. The combination of Sulphadiazine and Trimethoprim at the ratio of 5:1 potentiates each others action. Even though both drugs are bacteriostatic individually, the combination makes them a potent bactericidal.. ...
0035] First, suitable cell enlargers according to the best mode are not particularly limited, as long as (1) at predetermined concentrations, they are disposed to inhibit or suppress cell division to allow microbial cells to enlarge, and (2) when the concentrations are lowered, they will be disposed to lose the action of inhibiting or suppressing cell division, exerting no adverse effect on normal proliferation and other functions (reversible), example of which may include cell division inhibitors for terminating cell division, for example, agents having inhibitory action on enzymes involved in cell division (such as antibiotics and agricultural chemicals). Specific examples of agents having such properties may include pyridonecarboxylic acid-based antibiotics (for example, nalidixic acid, pipemidic acid and piromidic acid). When the cell enlargers are used, cells grow to lengths or sizes approximately three to four times as large as the normal sizes, for example. Here, different types of cell ...
Pioneer Performances: Staging the Frontier, 1829-1893, offers the first synoptic treatment of the history of American frontier performance ranging from Jacksonian America to Buffalo Bills Wild West show at the Columbian Exposition of 1893. This project is not simply an addition to the history of the American theater. It reconceives how the frontier was-and still is-defined in performance and what it means for that frontier to be called
Downloadable! In this paper, we present a finite sample analysis of the sample minimum-variance frontier under the assumption that the returns are independent and multivariate normally distributed. We show that the sample minimum-variance frontier is a highly biased estimator of the population frontier, and we propose an improved estimator of the population frontier. In addition, we provide the exact distribution of the out-of-sample mean and variance of sample minimum-variance portfolios. This allows us to understand the impact of estimation error on the performance of in-sample optimal portfolios.
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As the world struggles to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels and curb greenhouse gas emissions, industrial biotechnology is also going green. Escherichia coli has long been used as a model Gram-negative bacterium, not only for fundamental research, but also for industrial applications. Recently, however, cyanobacteria have emerged as candidate chassis for the production of commodity fuels and chemicals, utilizing CO2 and sunlight as the main nutrient requirements. In addition to their potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and lowering production costs, cyanobacteria have naturally efficient pathways for the production metabolites such as carotenoids, which are of importance in the nutraceutical industry. The unique metabolic and regulatory pathways present in cyanobacteria present new challenges for metabolic engineers and synthetic biologists. Moreover, their requirement for light and the dynamic regulatory mechanisms of the diurnal cycle further complicate the development and