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    Uncommon P450 Reactions Expand Natural Products Chemical Space | 2017-09-15
    P450 enzymes (P450s), a super family of proteins widely distributed in animals, plants and microorganisms, represent the most versatile biocatalysts in nature. P450s play important roles in the biosynthesis of natural products due to their substrate diversity and catalytic reactions diversity.
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    QIBEBT Reported Novel Substrate-specific Recognition Mechanisms | 2017-09-11

      As the most abundant renewable resource on earth, lignocellulosic biomass is involved in the central step of “Carbon Cycle” in nature. After billions years evolution, plant cell walls form a natural degradation–resistant barriers.
      The Microbial Resource Group in Qingdao Institute of B...more
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    A “Bottom-to-Up” Strategy to Prepare New Carbon Rich Materials | 2017-09-05

      Energy is a matter of our future. Whether in production, storage or use of energy, carbon materials could provide a good solution. They are closely related to human life and are regarded as one of the most promising candidates for the flexible electrodes in energy storage devices.
    QIBEBT Generated Super-microalga for CO2 Fixation | 2017-09-04

      Microalgae can convert CO2 and solar energy to oil, which provide a potential solution for clean-energy production and value-added utilization of CO2. For the key question of enhancing the efficiency of microalgal carbon fixation, the Single-Cell Center at Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and ...more
    Duckweed Outbreak Turns be a Good Thing | 2017-07-26

      Due to rising temperatures and rain, recent news reports multiple occurrences of duckweed outbreak. Duckweed is considered a promising source of energy because of its high starch content and rapid growth rate. Starch accumulation in duckweed involves complex processes that depend on the bala...more
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