Advances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals: Part 1 (Technical Insights)

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This research service analyzes advances in bioremediation, enzymes, acids, genetic engineering, and fermentation, among other sectors, that are impacting the manufacture of chemicals

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Advances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Executive SummaryIntroduction and DescriptionIntroductionDescriptionScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyAdvances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Assessment of Global Developments Outside the United StatesEuropeEnzymatic Synthesis of Organo-Fluorine CompoundsEster Biosynthesis from Trimethylammonium AlcoholMonoxygenase Produces Styrene OxideAsiaFungal Fermentation Produces L-Dopa Growing Cellulolytic Enzymes on Yeast CellsLiquid Membrane Extracts Aconitic AcidAdvances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Emerging Developments in BioremediationPhenolLow-Purity Soybean Enzyme Removes Phenolic CompoundsCrude Fungal Perioxidase Decomposes PhenolEnzymatic Waste TreatmentImmobilized Enzyme Degrades Organophosphate Removing the Debris of WarTaking Aim at TolueneAdvances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Emerging Developments in EnzymesBiosynthetic ProcessingMaking Methanol from Carbon DioxideBound Seed Enzyme Epoxidizes Oils Fighting CancerIsolating Taxol's EnzymesReverse GeneticsAdvances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Assessment of Developments for Improving PropertiesMutations Enhance Glucoamylase Enzyme Squeezing More out of CornForging a Disulfide BondReplacing CodonsRaising Subtilisin QualityRaising Subtilisin QualitySurviving the Extracellular EnvironmentCalcium Binding StrategyImproving Thermal StabilityNanoporous Material Increases ActivityNanoporous Material Increases ActivityDoubling Hydrolase ActivityMaking Bigger PoresDelightful CrosslinkingReacting With FMSScaling Down or UpAdvances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Emerging Developments in AcidsHarvesting MicroalgaePhotobioreactor Optimizes Eicosapentaenoic Acid ProductionNothing Fishy about Baby's FormulaE.Coli Building BlocksHydantoinase Mutants Catalyze Amino Acid SynthesisBiosynthesis of Unnatural Amino Acids Engineered E. Coli Generate Lysine and SuccinateMaking L-Isoleucine by FermentationFrom Lactic Acid to GlycolProducing Glycols from Lactic AcidPropylene Glycol FeedstockGreen ProcessingBioreactor Converts Xylose to ButyrateArgonne and Vertec Make Ethyl Lactate Strides Better Health through TobaccoAdvances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Emerging Developments in Genetic EngineeringDNA MachinationsBreeding a Better MoleculeRecombinant Bacterial Cellulose Wins Patent FightForming Corporate Alliances Genomatica Helps Dow along Bioprocessing Path Microbe Hunters Biomass FuelsLower Lignin To Aid Renewable Fuel ProductionHydrogen and Gaseous Alkanes from BiomassTasking BacteriaHarvesting Microbubbles from CyanobacteriaLipase Synthesizes Chiral Drug IntermediatesAdvances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Manufacturing by FermentationMaking MannitolReplacing Nickel CatalystsGoing Biological Teaching Yeast New TricksRecombinant Pichia Produces PhytaseFermenting Astaxanthin from YeastAdvances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Important Contacts and Patent InformationResearch Contacts and United States PatentsContactsPatentsAdvances in Biotechnology for the Manufacture of Chemicals, Technical Insights' 2003 Science and Technology AwardsTechnology InnovationAward DescriptionAward WinnerTechnology LeadershipTechnology LeadershipAward Winner




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