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    Seven Degrees from One Trillion Species of Microbes | 2021-07-14
    Global Microbiome Transition Network hints at origins and evolution paths of microbiomes
      The Earth contains about one trillion species of microbes, including viruses, bacteria, fungi and protozoa — only about one-tenth of which have been identified. A single human can house 100 trillion micr...more
    Researchers Convert P450 Peroxygenase into Peroxidase via Mechanism-guided Protein Engineering | 2021-07-09

      Enzyme catalysis is a promising green solution for producing pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, and biofuels. However, exploring their catalytic promiscuity to expand and enhance the capabilities of enzymes remains challenging.
      A research team led by Dr. CONG Zhiqi from the Qingdao Institu...more
    Novel Strategy to Synthesize Low-molecular-weight and High Trans-1,4 Polyisoprene | 2021-07-02
    Synthetic rubber especially low-molecular-weight and high trans-1,4 polyisoprene liquid rubber have been widely applied. At present, cationic polymerization is the dominant way to prepare high trans-1,4 polyisoprene.However, it faces the challenge of uncontrolled cyclization or branching side rea...more
    Novel Biocatalysts for Lignocellulose Consolidated Bio-Saccharification | 2021-06-30

      Lignocellulosic biomass is considered as a great substitute for fossil resources for its advantages in carbon emission reduction. Because of the complex composition and recalcitrant structure of lignocellulose, efficient and low-cost lignocellulose saccharification has become one of the main...more
    Ramanome Database Can Help Mining Microalgal Cell Factories for Reducing Carbon Emissions | 2021-06-17

      Microalgae are “simple” organisms of single cells, yet they pack a mighty potential punch when it comes to helping humanity achieve carbon neutrality, according to researchers from the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS...more
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