Microbial Surfactants Volume 3: Applications in Environmental Reclamation and Bioremediation
Silkworm Biofactory Silk to Biology
By R.Z. Sayyed
June 09, 2022
Biosurfactants are the surface-active biomolecules produced by a wide range of microorganisms. The enormous diversity of biosurfactants make them an interesting group of molecules. Biosurfactants, are less toxic, eco-friendly and possess amphiphatic structure. Due to these and many other useful ...
By R.Z. Sayyed, Hesham Ali El-Enshasy
March 10, 2022
Biosurfactants are surface-active biomolecules produced by a wide variety of microorganisms. They can be produced from renewable sources, and possess high surface activity, high specificity, low toxicity, tolerance to pH, temperature and ionic strength, biodegradability, excellent emulsifying and ...
By R.Z. Sayyed, Hesham Ali El-Enshasy, Bee Hameeda
November 30, 2021
Biosurfactants are the surface-active biomolecules produced by microorganisms. Biosurfactants have gained commercial significance due to their unique properties, such as high surface activity, high specificity, low toxicity, tolerance to pH, temperature and ionic strength, biodegradability, ...
By Hesham Ali El-Enshasy, Shang-Tian Yang
September 23, 2021
Beneficial microbes called probiotics exist naturally in our bodies and play a vital role in our health. Probiotics have been known to produce important microbiota of antimicrobial compounds that enhance our immunity to counter the harmful effects of pathogenic organisms. These ...
By Katsumi Maenaka, Enoch Y. Park
November 07, 2018
While silk derived from silkworm has been of economic importance for centuries, more recently silkworm has been found to have utility in biomedicine. This has attracted attention for expressing eukaryotic recombinant proteins, which require post-translational modifications. In 1985 Dr. Susumu Maeda...