Biotechnology and Bioengineering
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Edited By: Douglas S. Clark
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Online ISSN: 1097-0290
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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The 2015 Winners of B&B Awards
2015 Gaden Award Winner
Frances H. Arnold
Dick and Barbara Dickinson Professor
Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and Biochemistry
Donna and Benjamin M. Rosen Bioengineering Center
California Institute of Technology
Engineered thermostable fungal Cel6A and Cel7A cellobiohydrolases hydrolyze cellulose efficiently at elevated temperatures
Indira Wu and Frances H. Arnold
Volume 110, Issue 7, pages 1874-1883, July 2013
B&B Gaden Award Presentation:
"Sex and the better biocatalyst"
2015 B&B Daniel I. C. Wang Award Winner
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Delaware
B&B Daniel I.C. Wang Award Presentation:
"Toward a holistic understanding of cellular metabolism"
The future of industrial bioprocessing: Batch or continuous?
By Matthew Croughan, Konstantin Konstantinov and Charles Cooney
Matthew Croughan "Continuous Bioprocessing for Certain Scenarios"
Konstantin Konstantinov and Charles Cooney "Integrated Continuous Bioprocessing—should we close down our existing batch facilities?"
In the newest B&B Viewpoint, three pioneers of industrial bioprocessing discuss the future of the field. Will the batch or continuous bioprocessing platform dominate biomanufacturing of human therapeutics down the road? Matthew Croughan, an expert in fed-batch bioprocessing, offers his opinion on this topic in Continuous Bioprocessing for Certain Scenarios while Konstantin Konstantinov and Charles Cooney, experts of continuous bioprocessing, offer theirs in Integrated Continuous Bioprocessing—should we close down our existing batch facilities?"
B&B Video Highlights
Video Highlight from Robert S. Jones on his recently published B&B paper entitled "Real-time imaging of anti-biofilm effects using CP-OCT" (click title to read the paper on Wiley Online Library).