Biotechnology and Bioengineering
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Microtubule-based nanomaterials: Exploiting nature's dynamic biopolymers
Molecular polygamy: The promiscuity of l-phenylalanyl-tRNA-synthetase triggers misincorporation of meta- and ortho-tyrosine in monoclonal antibodies expressed by Chinese hamster ovary cells
Single nucleotide polymorphism detection using gold nanoprobes and bio-microfluidic platform with embedded microlenses
A robust method for increasing Fc glycan high mannose level of recombinant antibodies
Comprehensive evaluation of two genome-scale metabolic network models for Scheffersomyces stipitis
Direct measurement of local dissolved oxygen concentration spatial profiles in a cell culture environment
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