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New technique can fast-track better ionic liquids for biomass pre-treatments

...)," says Blake Simmons, a chemical engineer who is Vice President of JBEI's deconstruction Division and was the principal investigator for this research. "We attribut...ss and other biomass material. "Our approach can be used to evaluate the deconstruction of lignocellulosics in biomass of different chemical compositions, and also...

Rot's unique wood degrading machinery to be harnessed for better biofuels production

...pabilities of rot come in. "The microbial world represents a little explored yet bountiful resource for enzymes that can play a central role in the deconstruction of plant biomassan early step in biofuel production," said Eddy Rubin, Director of the DOE JGI, where the genome sequencing was conducted. "The brown...

Lean and mean biomass-degrading fungus reveals capabilities for improved biofuel production

...applications and is known today as an abundant source of enzymes, particularly cellulases and hemicellulases, currently being explored to catalyze the deconstruction of plant cell walls as a first step towards the production of biofuels from lignocellulose. The information generated from the genome of T. reesei ...

Upgraded IMG 2.3 Data Management System released by DOE JGI to eager user community

...e Energy Laboratory ( http://www1.eere.energy.gov/biomass/pdfs/35523.pdf ). "Fungal genomes offer an expansive repertoire of enzymes needed for the deconstruction of plant biomass into its component sugars. The cost-effective production of cellulosic biofuels will undoubtedly involve fungal enzymes, and the abil...
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The deconstruction of Big Pharma

A few years ago, a VC friend of mine (that had worked previously at a Big Pharma company) talked repeatedly about a concept that was gathering force - the deconstruction of Big Pharma : deconstruction, in this case, meaning the casting away of parts and downsizing. At that time, while I list...

DOE JGI Director Eddy Rubin highlights the genomics of plant-based biofuels in the journal Nature

...eatment and saccharification, which results in the deconstruction of cell wall polymers into component sugars, and t...nes and how they can be enlisted for the enzymatic deconstruction of biomass and subsequent conversion to high energ...elded more than 500 genes related to the enzymatic deconstruction of cellulose and hemicellulose. The Nature R...

DOE JGI plumbs termite guts to yield novel enzymes for better biofuel production

...preciation for the lowly termite, a mobile miniature bioreactor." In the termite P3 compartment alone, more than 500 genes related to the enzymatic deconstruction of cellulose and hemicellulose were identified by Hugenholtz and colleagues. This dataset has since been uploaded by DOE JGI onto its metagenome data...

And the winners in medical design are

...nated some of the more futuristic innovations. Michael Rosen, my fellow MidwestBusiness.com columnist, wrote an excellent column last week on the deconstruction of Big Pharma, and he said economic imperatives are driving secular change in the industry. For reasons we won't go into here, a dearth of innovation,...

Bioscience clusters: Too many or room for more?

...t must pay attention to the key common ingredients to make it happen. See you soon! Previous articles by Michael Rosen Michael Rosen: The deconstruction of Big Pharma Michael Rosen: The 10 biggest events shaping biotech in 2006 Michael Rosen: A Midwest small-cap, life-science surprise packa...

A Midwest life-science odyssey comes full circle

... See you soon! Previous articles by Michael Rosen Michael Rosen: Bioscience clusters: Too many or room for more? Michael Rosen: The deconstruction of Big Pharma Michael Rosen: The 10 biggest events shaping biotech in 2006 Michael Rosen: A Midwest small-cap, life-science surprise packa...

Indian trade possibilities boggle the mind

... Rosen: A Midwest life-science odyssey comes full circle Michael Rosen: Bioscience clusters: Too many or room for more? Michael Rosen: The deconstruction of Big Pharma Michael Rosen: The 10 biggest events shaping biotech in 2006 Michael Rosen: A Midwest small-cap, life-science surprise packa...

A Midwest passage to India, Part II

... Rosen: A Midwest life-science odyssey comes full circle Michael Rosen: Bioscience clusters: Too many or room for more? Michael Rosen: The deconstruction of Big Pharma Michael Rosen: The 10 biggest events shaping biotech in 2006 Michael S. Rosen is president of Rosen Bioscience Management, a ...

Personalized medicine and technology convergence

...pharmacogenomic part of personalized medicine is indeed a very powerful and promising phenomenon. To some extent it will continue to contribute to the deconstruction of big pharma whose predominant business model based on blockbuster drugs is almost inimical to the personalization of medicine. Many of the safety is...

Midwest life science stocks sizzle in a tepid first quarter

... Rosen: A Midwest life-science odyssey comes full circle Michael Rosen: Bioscience clusters: Too many or room for more? Michael Rosen: The deconstruction of Big Pharma Michael S. Rosen is president of Rosen Bioscience Management, a company that provides CEO services, including financing and busines...
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DNA sequencing

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DNA sequence

... completely. With the latest chellenges in DNA Sequencing , our organization looks to unravel the myths, truths and most essential assets in the deconstruction of genes. An explanation of how DNA sequencing works. ... DNA sequencing is also dependent on our ability to use gel electrophoresis to...
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