Curcumin produces the intense golden-yellow of curries. It’s also being explored as an antioxidant. A reliable source can now be generated from glucose.
Selective Protein Immobilization without Purification
Protein immobilization directly from cell lysates is demonstrated in a new process that avoids expensive purification steps but expertly maintains target protein selectivity.
Cell Monitoring in Microfluidics
Cell fate and dynamic behavior of cells can easily be monitored in microfluidics using few cells and reagents for regenerative medicine applications.
Synthetic Alienation of Microbes
Review by Kubyshkin and Budisa in Biotechnology Journal explores the why and the how.
Distinguished Professor Sang Yup Lee (EiC of Biotechnology Journal) Elected to the NAS
Distinguished Professor Sang Yup Lee of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) was elected as a foreign associate to the US National Academy of Sciences (NAS) on May 2nd.
Catching Antibodies with Protein Nanofibrils
Engineerined protein nanofibrils show a much higher binding capacity for antibody purification compared to current gold standard.
Affinity Chromatography for Separating Closely Related Pharmaceuticals
Researchers collaborating between the USA and the Netherlands have adapted a technique typically used for the removal of process-related impurities in order to separate out product-related impurities.
CellShape: imaging bacterial factories from the inside
Researchers have developed CellShape, a user-friendly image analysis tool for quantitative visualization of bacterial cell factories