He has published over international SCI papers and holds seven patents.
Section I. Improvement of Agronomic and Microbial Traits. Siloto, Qin Liu, Randall J. Hildebrand, J. R, Thoguru, S. Rao, R Li, and T. C, de la Pena, P. Kadirvel, S.
Venkatesan, L. Kenyon, and J. Ozga, Dennis M. Reinecke, and Pankaj K. Airanthi K. Nichols, Bruce S. Much work has focused on the engineering of enzyme active sites to enhance catalytic activity, however there is an increasing trend towards engineering other aspects of biocatalysts as these efforts can also lead to useful improvements.
This tutorial discusses recent advances in engineering an enzyme's local chemical and physical environment, with the goal of enhancing enzyme reaction kinetics, substrate selectivity, and activity in harsh conditions e. By introducing stimuli-responsiveness to these enzyme modifications, dynamic control of activity also becomes possible. These new biomolecular and protein engineering techniques are separate and independent from traditional active site engineering and can therefore be applied synergistically to create new biocatalyst technologies with novel functions.
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Overview This scientific area aims at the development of biological processes to obtain value-added products with po- tential applications in key areas such as the pharmaceutical, food, cosmetics and fine chemicals as well as in biofuels production and processing effluent and pollution control. Dietary Phosphatidylinositol in Metabolic Syndrome. Potential Approach of Microbial Conversion. XX is the XXth reference in the list of references. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. Clark Lab. Professor Clark is a leader in biochemical engineering, with particular emphasis on enzyme technology, biomaterials, and bioenergy.
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