Biotechnology and Bioengineering
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Edited By: Douglas S. Clark
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Online ISSN: 1097-0290
Lessons from diversity of directed evolution experiments by an analysis of 3,000 mutations
Engineered thermostable fungal cellulases exhibit efficient synergistic cellulose hydrolysis at elevated temperatures
Multilevel correlations in the biological phosphorus removal process: From bacterial enrichment to conductivity-based metabolic batch tests and polyphosphatase assays
Biofilm growth of Chlorella sorokiniana in a rotating biological contactor based photobioreactor
Using an aqueous two-phase polymer-salt system to rapidly concentrate viruses for improving the detection limit of the lateral-flow immunoassay
Electrospun meshes possessing region-wise differences in fiber orientation, diameter, chemistry and mechanical properties for engineering bone-ligament-bone tissues
Spatial optimization in perfusion bioreactors improves bone tissue-engineered construct quality attributes
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