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Process can cut the cost of making cellulosic biofuels

...ntal and should be removed." The research is published in the current issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . Currently, pretreating cellulose with acid is a common way to break the material down into fermentable sugars. But after acid pretreatment, the resulting material must be wa...

Biomass production -- careful planning can bring many benefits

... biofuels and bioproducts can realise their enormous potential for good. This edition of the journal also contains papers that review: Ways of pretreating cellulose containing materials so that they are more capable of releasing the energy they store. The different chemicals found in biomass. Cellu...

HIV infection requires an accomplice: B cells with special protein direct HIV to T cells

...arbored virus that was transmissible to T cells for up to two days. HIV had little effect on the T cells when B cells were not present in the culture. pretreating the B cells with a molecule that blocks DC-SIGN before culturing them with both T cells and HIV was a deterrent against T cell infection as well, furt...
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Digesting the termite digestome -- a way to make biofuels?

...es structural support for plant cell walls. Breaking this substance up into its component sugar molecules is far from easy. One approach involves pretreating the lignocellulose by heating it in combination with acids or bases and then exposing the pretreated material to various enzymes. Another approach is ...

Expand High FidelityPLUS PCR System

... is a problem in every laboratory. Carry-over contamination can be easily prevented by using Taq polymerase to incorporate dUTP, then pretreating all subsequent reactions with Uracil-DNA Glycosylase prior to cycling. However, since blends of Taq polyme...
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GeneAmp PCR Carry-over Prevention Kit from Applied Biosystems

Description:...cleic acid templates. The method used to render PCR products susceptible to degradation involves substituting dUTP for dTTP in the PCR mixture, and pretreating all subsequent PCR mixtures with the enzyme, AmpErase Uracil N-glycosylase (UNG) prior to PCR amplification.1 Products from PCR amplification contain ...
Company:Applied Biosystems
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Venules

... analyzed. ... ... interactions between lymphocytes and the endothelium in cerebral venules of mice. ... When brain venules were activated by pretreating mice with TNF- or LPS, ... The arterioles supply capillaries which in turn empty into venules . ... The capillaries are continuous with venul...
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