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Lignocellulosic biomass represents an abundant and renewable carbon source, but there are various drawbacks in the traditional methods used to process it. This review discusses the use of ionic liquid technology as a tool for lignocellulosic biomass fractionation
Production of recombinant proteins in bacterial hosts often produces insoluble inclusion bodies. This paper presents a new method that uses microwaves to facilitate solubilisation of inclusion bodies, reducing the time from hours to minutes
An ongoing project converting data from the ChEMBL database into RDF triples. The ChEMBL-RDF resource creates a foundation for integrated semantic web cheminformatics applications.
This new article collection explores how the fields of genetics and neuroscience are beginning to impact on our understanding of flavour experience, how it is produced and what underpins individual differences.
Speciation results are acquired using a silver ion selective electrode in 3 soils. The study differentiates free silver ions from silver in the <0.45 µm fraction in soil solution and helps us understand how nanosilver reacts in soils.
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