Biotechnology and Bioengineering
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Edited By: Douglas S. Clark
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Online ISSN: 1097-0290
CHOPPI: A web tool for the analysis of immunogenicity risk from host cell proteins in CHO-based protein production
Regulation mechanisms in mixed and pure culture microbial fermentation
Systems metabolic engineering of Escherichia coli for gram scale production of the antitumor drug deoxyviolacein from glycerol
Magnetostrictive particle based biosensors for in situ and real-time detection of pathogens in water
Insulin receptor antibody-iduronate 2-sulfatase fusion protein: Pharmacokinetics, anti-drug antibody, and safety pharmacology in Rhesus monkeys
Defining an optimal stromal derived factor-1 presentation for effective recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells in 3D
Exoelectrogenic biofilm as a template for sustainable formation of a catalytic mesoporous structure
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