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Extraction and characterization of type I collagen from skin of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and its potential application in biomedical scaffold material for tissue engineering
Abstract Aquatic origin collagen (Aqua-collagen) has been pursued as an alternative to mammalian origins. Acid-soluble collagen (ASC) and pepsin-soluble collagen (PSC) were successfully extractedExpand
Enhanced phytoremediation of mixed heavy metal (mercury)-organic pollutants (trichloroethylene) with transgenic alfalfa co-expressing glutathione S-transferase and human P450 2E1.
Soil contamination is a global environmental problem and many efforts have been made to find efficient remediation methods over the last decade. Moreover, remediation of mixed contaminated soils areExpand
Selective suppression of cervical cancer Hela cells by 2-O-β-d-glucopyranosyl-l-ascorbic acid isolated from the fruit of Lycium barbarum L.
The results suggest that the L. barbarum fruit may be a potential dietary supplement and anticancer agent aimed at the prevention and treatment of cervical cancer and AA-2βG and vitamin C may share a similar mechanism of inducing Hela cell apoptosis. Expand
Optimisation of lipase production by a mutant of Candida antarctica DSM‐3855 using response surface methodology
Response surface methodology (RSM) was used to determine the optimum cultivation conditions for lipase production by a mutant strain of Candida antarctica DSM-3855, and the maximum lipase yields were obtained under the optimum conditions. Expand
Direct bioethanol production from wheat straw using xylose/glucose co-fermentation by co-culture of two recombinant yeasts
The results demonstrate that the direct and efficient ethanol production from lignocellulosic materials is accomplished by simultaneous saccharification and co-fermentation (glucose and xylose) with the co-culture of the two recombinant yeasts. Expand
Pilot production of Clonostachys rosea conidia in a solid‐state fermentor optimized using response surface methodology
Current data imply that both the novel solid‐fermentation reactor designed and the optimized fermentation conditions are suitable for industrial‐scale C. rosea spore production. Expand
Optimization of Immobilization Conditions of Candida antarctica Lipase Based on Response Surface Methodology
The conditions, including mass ratio of PEG4000 to lipase, pH, and mass ratio of diatomites to lipase, for immobilization of Candida antarctica lipase with PEG non-covalent modification wereExpand
Transgenic alfalfa plants co-expressing glutathione S-transferase (GST) and human CYP2E1 show enhanced resistance to mixed contaminates of heavy metals and organic pollutants.
The results show that the pKHCG transgenic alfalfa plants have good potential for phytoremediation because they have cross-tolerance towards the complex contaminants of heavy metals and organic pollutants. Expand
Resource utilization of swine sludge to prepare modified biochar adsorbent for the efficient removal of Pb(II) from water
Abstract Nowadays lead pollution in water becomes more challenging since the emission of automobile exhaust dust and the wastewater of several lead-manufacture industries. In this study, piggeryExpand
The metabolism and biotechnological application of betaine in microorganism
The biocompatibility, C/N ratio, abundance, and comprehensive metabolic information of betaine collectively indicate that this molecule has great potential for broad applications in microbial biotechnology. Expand