Natasha Brown

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We present the genome of the cellulose-degrading Cellulomonas sp. strain FA1 isolated from an actively serpentinizing highly alkaline spring. Knowledge of this genome will enable studies into the molecular basis of plant material degradation in alkaline environments and inform the development of lignocellulose bioprocessing procedures for biofuel production.
The tumour microenvironment consists of a heterogeneous population of cancer-associated fibroblasts, leaky vasculature, polarised and suppressed immune cells, and hyperproliferative, transformed and invasive epithelial cells. Capturing the complex phenotypic biology of the tumour microenvironment in vitro is extremely challenging as numerous components(More)
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