Nanobiotechnology: Putting Molecular Machines to Work (Enzyme Immobilization)

Describes, in general terms, the concepts of high-throughput protein expression coupled with immobilizations in functionalized nanoporous materials to carry out multiple kinds of diverse reactions. The animations also illustrate that immobilized enzymes potentially can refold inactive proteins.

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Comment by Rajesh Laik on December 24, 2014 at 4:02pm

Type of Bioreactor we need to Use Yeast for Biodiesel production from Glucose,what should be the substrate concentration.

 


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Comment by David Garikai Chivenga on March 15, 2011 at 7:59am
Dear Sir Do you have any information notes or PDF files on Nanobiotechnology or nanomedicine,i will be truly grateful if you were to send them to dchivenga@gmal.com or davidchivenga@yahoo.com thankyou in advance

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Comment by David Garikai Chivenga on March 15, 2011 at 7:58am
Dear Sir Do you have any information notes or PDF files on Nanobiotechnology or nanomedicine,i will be truly grateful if you were to send them to dchivenga@gmal.com or davidchivenga@yahoo.com thankyou in advance

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Comment by Dr BALIRAM on July 7, 2009 at 11:39am
very nice video

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