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"Biotechnology - Molecular Studies and Novel Applications for Improved Quality of Human Life" ed. by Reda Helmy Sammour

"Biotechnology - Molecular Studies and Novel Applications for Improved Quality of Human Life" ed. by Reda Helmy Sammour
ITAe | 2012 | ISBN: 9789535101512 | 248 pages | PDF | 11 MB

This book deals with the importance of application of molecular biology as an approach of biotechnology for improvement of the quality of human life. One of the interesting topics in this field, is the identification of the organisms that produce bioactive secondary metabolites. It also discusses how to structure a plan for use and preservation of those species that represent a potential source for new drug development, especially those obtained from bacteria.
The book also introduces some novel applications of biotechnology, such as therapeutic applications of electroporation, improving quality and microbial safety of fresh-cut vegetables, producing synthetic PEG hydro gels to be used as an extra cellular matrix mimics for tissue engineering applications, and other interesting applications.

Part 1 Molecular Studies
1 The Effect of CL A on Obesity of Rats: Meta-Analysis
2 Ammonia Accumulation of Novel Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria
3 Bioactive Compounds from Bacteria Associated to Marine Algae
4 The Welfare of Transgenic Farm Animals
5 Establishment of Functional Biotechnology Laboratories in Developing Countries
6 The Bumpy Path Towards Knowledge Convergence for Pro-Poor Agro-Biotechnology Regulation and Development: Exploring Kenya's Regulatory Process
Part 2 Novel Applications
7 Therapeutic Applications of Electroporation
8 Synthetic PEG Hvdroaels as Extracellular Matrix Mimics for Tissue Engineering Applications
9 Surface Aspects of Titanium Dental Implants
10 Antihypertensive Peptides Specific to Lactobacillus helveticus Fermented Milk
11 Environmental Friendly Sanitation to Improve Quality and Microbial Safety of Fresh-Cut Vegetables
12 In Vitro Selection of Salt Tolerant Calli Lines and Regeneration of Salt Tolerant Plantlets in Mung Bean (Vigna radiata L. Wilczek)
13 Molecular Structure of Natural Rubber and Its Characteristics Based on Recent Evidence
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