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    SMA1 Gene May Bolster Crop Improvement | 2018-07-05

      The growth, development, and yield of plants are greatly affected by various biotic and abiotic stresses, such as bacteria, fungi, pests, drought, salt, and temperature stresses. Plants need to tightly control the developmental progress and stress responses through regulating gene express le...more
    Scientists Fabricated New Type of 3D Photothermal Cone for Ultrahigh Solar-driven Desalination | 2018-06-29

      Fresh water generation inspired by the natural solar-driven evaporation has been widely utilized to relieve the fresh water scarcity. To accelerate the water evaporation to the maximum, variety of photothermal materials have been introduced into the evaporation process with rationally design...more
    Scientists Elucidated A long Mystery on Late Rifamycin Biosynthesis | 2018-06-15

      Tuberculosis is a serious infectious disease. It has caused a huge number of human deaths in history and remains a threat to public health.
      The most effective drug to treat tuberculosis is the specific broad spectrum antibiotic. Rifamycins, the first and the most commercially successful ...more
    Researchers Fabricated New Type of Cellulose Nanopaper | 2018-06-14
    Cellulose nanopaper (CNP) has potential application in the fields of electronic devices, visual display substrates, batteries, barrier material due to its renewability, light-weight, low thermal expansion, excellent mechanical properties and optical properties.
      However, CNP is sensitive to mo...more
    New Wirewalking Mode of Cellulose Degradation Proposed | 2018-05-08

      Cellulose is the earth’s most abundant biopolymer which is responsible for the structural integrity of plants. Processive cellulases are essential in crystalline cellulose degradation as they continuously catalyze and slide along the cellulose chain before dissociating.
      There are two ty...more
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