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Potential of various archae- and eubacterial strains as industrial polyhydroxyalkanoate producers from whey.
Three different microbial wild-type strains are compared with respect to their potential as industrial scale polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) producers from the feed stock whey lactose. The halophilicExpand
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All-ceramic restoration of zirconia two-piece implants--a randomized controlled clinical trial.
OBJECTIVES Aim of this controlled prospective randomized study was to evaluate the outcome of two-piece zirconia implants compared to titanium implants over a period of up to 24 months. MATERIALExpand
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Polyhydroxyalkanoate production from whey by Pseudomonas hydrogenovora.
Whey permeate from dairy industry was hydrolyzed enzymatically to cleave its main carbon source, lactose, to glucose and galactose. The hydrolysis products were chosen as carbon sources for theExpand
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Microalgae as versatile cellular factories for valued products
Abstract As major part of the phytoplankton, microalgae are pivotal for the global food chain. Their exceptional capacity for CO 2 -fixation illustrates their indispensable significance to sustainExpand
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Immediate provisional restoration of single-piece zirconia implants: a prospective case series - results after 24 months of clinical function.
OBJECTIVE Aim of this prospective case series was to evaluate the outcome of immediately provisionalized single-piece zirconia implants. MATERIAL AND METHODS A total of 20 zirconia implants wereExpand
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Advanced Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage for the Integration of Wind Energy
The large-scale generation of electrical wind energy is planned in many countries, but the intermittent nature of its supply, and variations in load profile indicate a strong requirement for energyExpand
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Strategies for recovery and purification of poly[(R)‐3‐hydroxyalkanoates] (PHA) biopolyesters from surrounding biomass
To provide competitive alternatives to classical plastics, production of poly[(R)‐3‐hydroxyalkanoate] (PHA) biopolyesters has to become more economical. Downstream processing for PHA recovery fromExpand
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Biosynthesis of High Quality Polyhydroxyalkanoate Co‐ and Terpolyesters for Potential Medical Application by the Archaeon Haloferax mediterranei
Haloferax mediterranei was investigated for the production of two different high-performance polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs). A copolyester containing 6 mol-% 3-hydroxyvalerate (3HV) was produced fromExpand
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Sustainable Polymer Production
Abstract Sustainable biotechnological production of polyhydroxyalkanoates from renewable resources is an alternative to chemical polyster production from mineral oils. The polymers produced areExpand
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Continuous production of poly([R]-3-hydroxybutyrate) by Cupriavidus necator in a multistage bioreactor cascade
Poly(hydroxyalkanoates) (PHAs) constitute biodegradable polyesters and are considered among the most promising candidates to replace common petrochemical plastics in various applications. To date,Expand
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