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The ecological niche occupied by a fungal species, its pathogenicity and its usefulness as a microbial cell factory to a large degree depends on its secretome. Protein secretion usually requires the presence of a N- terminal signal peptide (SP) and by scanning for this feature using available highly accurate SP-prediction tools, the fraction of potentially secreted proteins can be directly predicted. However, prediction of a SP does not guarantee that the protein is actually secreted and current ...

Programme: IBISBA 2020 f2f

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Start date: 1st Jul 2019

End date: 31st Dec 2019

Enhanced production of BIOtech personal CARE antioxidants from dairy side-streams- Lactobionic by Pseudomonas taetrolens

Programme: TransNational Access

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Co-Culture for improved lignocellulose fractionation and elicitation of enzymatic activies - Omics on co-culture of trichoderma reesei or Phanerochaete chrysosporium

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A collection of protocols that have been curated and validated

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Cyanotoxins Study using Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy

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Synthesis and Design of downstream separation processes

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Structural colour is widely found in nature and is defined by at least partially ordered nanostructures which interact with light to create vivid, angle-dependent colour. Structural colour (SC) is quite distinct from chemical pigments and offers superior properties (intensity, resistance to bleaching, advanced optical effects) compared to pigments and dyes. SC is familiar to us, for example in the way the feathers of the peacock catch the light. SC was observed by Hook and Newten in the 17th ...

Programme: TransNational Access

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In this project we have, as general objective, the screening of few extremozymes from the thermophilic/anaerobic Caldicoprobacter algerensis strain [1] using genomic approach. The major specific goal of this project is the determination of the whole genome sequence of this strain followed by sequence assembly and annotation. We will then exploit the obtained sequence to identify potential ORFs encoding extremozymes with industrial interest. A particular interest will be done for CAZymes (Xylanase, ...

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Optimisation of production of flavin-containing oxidoreductases for industrial application

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Hydrolisis of pectic oligosaccharides from sugar beet pulp to galacturonic acid in an enzyme membrane reactor

Programme: TransNational Access

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Start date: 31st Oct 2019

End date: 29th May 2020

High-resolutions fluxomics of industrial cyanobacteria

Programme: TransNational Access

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Infant formula milk tries to mimic human milk as closely as possible, since it is well-known that breast milk has considerable implications in the development of the infant intestinal microbiota in the first years of life. Human milk is considered to be unique in terms of its content of complex oligosaccharides. They are abundant in human milk and their role in the development of intestinal flora blocking the attachment of pathogens and modulating immune system of the infant make them of great ...

Programme: TransNational Access

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This project collects together the IBISBA 1.0 deliverables

Programme: IBISBA public documents

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Default library of IBISBA related information, The contents will be categorized later.

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Microalgal lipids are valuable compounds of growing interest for health applications in food, feed and pharmaceutical industries. Especially, very long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (VLC-PUFAs) such as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and arachidonic acid (ARA) are essential dietary components for animals and humans. Production of such nutritional and functional lipids from microalgae is a promising strategy, but still faces some challenges to make it cost-efficient. ...

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Multienzymatic oxidation of glycerol

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