Purification and characterization of extracellular amylase from the marine yeast Aureobasidium pullulans N13d and its raw potato starch digestion
Biofabrication of biosilica-glass by living organisms.
- H. Schröder, Xiaohong Wang, W. Tremel, H. Ushijima, W. Müller
- BiologyNatural product reports (Print)
- 22 May 2008
The present stage of knowledge on structure, biochemical composition, and mechanisms of biosilica formation is reported, focusing particularly on sponges because of the enormous (nano)biotechnological potential of the enzymes involved in this process.
Engineering a morphogenetically active hydrogel for bioprinting of bioartificial tissue derived from human osteoblast-like SaOS-2 cells.
Marine biominerals: perspectives and challenges for polymetallic nodules and crusts.
Bioorganic/inorganic hybrid composition of sponge spicules: matrix of the giant spicules and of the comitalia of the deep sea hexactinellid Monorhaphis.
Amylase production by the marine yeast Aureobasidium pullulans N13d
The marine yeast strain N13d, producing an extracellular amylase, was isolated from the deep sea sediments of the Pacific Ocean. This strain was identified to be Aureobasidium pullulans by 18S rRNA…
Apposition of silica lamellae during growth of spicules in the demosponge Suberites domuncula: biological/biochemical studies and chemical/biomimetical confirmation.
The inorganic polymer, polyphosphate, blocks binding of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein to ACE2 receptor at physiological concentrations
The role of biosilica in the osteoprotegerin/RANKL ratio in human osteoblast-like cells.
Effect of Bioglass on Growth and Biomineralization of SaOS-2 Cells in Hydrogel after 3D Cell Bioprinting
The development of cell-containing scaffolds consisting of a bioprintable, solid and cell-compatible inner matrix surrounded by a printable hard and flexible outer matrix containing bioglass, provide a suitable strategy for the fabrication of morphogenetically active and biodegradable implants.