Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry
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Edited By: G. Gilardi and Jian-Jiang Zhong
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Online ISSN: 1470-8744
Overexpression of artemisinic aldehyde Δ11 (13) reductase gene–enhanced artemisinin and its relative metabolite biosynthesis in transgenic Artemisia annua L.
Production, optimization, and partial purification of lipase from Pseudomonas sp. strain BUP6, a novel rumen bacterium characterized from Malabari goat
High-yield production of apoplast-directed human adenosine deaminase in transgenic tobacco BY-2 cell suspensions
Immobilization of lipase on porous monodisperse chitosan microspheres
Suppression of stromal interaction molecule 1 inhibits SMMC7721 hepatocellular carcinoma cell proliferation by inducing cell cycle arrest
Photocurrent generation by adsorption of two main pigments of Halobacterium salinarum on TiO2 nanostructured electrode
Optimization of pH values to formulate the bireagent kit for serum uric acid assay
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Infection by the hepatitic C virus is a serious problem for human health and ti date there are vaccines available against this pathogen. This work describes a chimeric protein (Eq1) encompassing hepatitic C virus amino acid regions from structural antigens expressed in bacterial. Eq1 was found to be recognized by anti- hepatitic C human sera and to be immunogenic in mice.
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