Biofuels from microalgae—A review of technologies for production, processing, and extractions of biofuels and co-products
Enhancement of BODIPY505/515 lipid fluorescence method for applications in biofuel-directed microalgae production.
Evaluation of infrared techniques for the assessment of biomass and biofuel quality parameters and conversion technology processes: A review
Biofuels from Microalgae: Towards Meeting Advanced Fuel Standards
Continued reliance on fossil fuel reserves as the primary energy resource is increasingly becoming unsustainable, owing to the need for: minimal exposure to the associate price volatility, reduction…
Phytochemicals from Algae
Potential Role of Extracellular ATP Released by Bacteria in Bladder Infection and Contractility
Findings suggest that members of the urinary microbiota may be influencing UUI or OAB, and may require a more targeted approach to enhance the commensal bacteria and reduce ATP release by pathogens.
Application of wireless technologies to forward predict crop yields in the poultry production chain
Average bird weight is the primary measure of crop yield and is the basis for calculating payment for the grower by the wholesaler. Furthermore the profit per bird is very small. Thus very tight…
In vitro bioactive properties of intact and enzymatically hydrolysed whey protein: targeting the enteroinsular axis.
- O. Power-Grant, C. Bruen, L. Brennan, L. Giblin, P. Jakeman, R. Fitzgerald
- Chemistry, MedicineFood & Function
- 11 March 2015
The data confirm that whey proteins and peptides can act through multiple targets within the enteroinsular axis and as such may have glucoregulatory potential.
Carbon dioxide utilisation of Dunaliella tertiolecta for carbon bio-mitigation in a semicontinuous photobioreactor
- Damien J. Farrelly, L. Brennan, C. Everard, K. McDonnell
- Engineering, BiologyApplied Microbiology and Biotechnology
- 1 April 2014
In this study Dunaliella tertiolecta was cultivated in a semicontinuous culture to investigate the carbon mitigation rate of the system and showed an increase of 0.18 g L−1 incarbon mitigation rate compared to batch production of D. tertIOlecta over the same cultivation period.
Moving on from Metchnikoff: thinking about microbiome therapeutics in cancer
- S. M. Vareki, R. Chanyi, Kamilah Abdur-Rashid, L. Brennan, J. Burton
- Biology, Medicineecancermedicalscience
- 5 September 2018
In the near future, it may be possible to specifically manipulate the microbial composition within cancer patients to improve the therapeutic potential of existing oncological agents, however, the current tools to do so are limited.