|| List of recent Lysate-related patents
|Methods for preparing single domain antibody microarrays|
The present invention relates to a method for preparing sd ab microarray comprising the step consisting of: —i) providing a host cell capable of expressing a biotinylation enzyme —ii) transforming said host cell with a nucleic acid encoding for a fusion protein wherein a single domain antibody is fused at its carboxy terminal end to a biotinylation peptide —iii) culturing said host cell in presence of biotin in such a way that said fusion protein and biotinylation enzyme are expressed, resulting in biotinylation of said fusion protein —iv) lysing said host cell as cultured at step iii) —v) spotting the lysate obtained at step iv) on a solid sup port coated with an agent selected from the group consisting of avidin, streptavidin and/or any art known derivative of these agents a further object of the invention relates to a sd ab microarray obtainable by the method of the invention.. .
|Rapid protein labeling and analysis|
The present invention provides methods and compositions for labeling, separating and analyzing proteins, particularly a specific protein of interest within a cell lysate or in a mixture of proteins. The proteins are labeled with an amine reactive or thiol reactive fluorescent dye, or an amine reactive fluorogenic reagent that becomes fluorescent upon reacting to amine groups located on the protein.
|Method for producing peptide fractions and use thereof|
The invention relates to a method for producing enriched peptide fractions from protein-containing raw materials, in which protein hydrolysates are separated using chromatography, according to the physiochemical properties thereof, by means of stationary phases with an aqueous solution as an elution agent.. .
|Novel mannanase produced from cellulosimicrobium sp. strain hy-13|
The present invention relates to a mannanase produced from celluosimicrobium sp. Strain hy-13 and more particularly to a highly active novel mannanase produced from cellulosimicrobium sp.
|Method for producing a dispersion and use of protein hydrolysates as dispersants|
The present invention relates to a method for producing a dispersion and to the use of a protein hydrolysate as a dispersant or dispersing agent. In particular, the invention relates to a method for producing a suspension as well as the use of a protein hydrolysate as a dispersant in a suspension.
|Fish protein hydrolysate having a bone-stimulating and maintaining activity, nutraceutical and pharmacological compositions comprising such a hydrolysate and method for obtaining same|
The present invention relates to a fish protein hydrolysate having a biological activity of interest, in particular an effect on the stimulation and maintenance of bone. The fish protein hydrolysate is characterized in that it is obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis of at least one protein source selected from the fish species micromesistius poutassou, clupea harengus, scomber scombrus, sardina pilchardus, trisopterus esmarki, trachurus spp, gadus morhua, pollachius virens, melanogrammus aeglefinus and coryphaenoides rupestris, and the species of fish belonging to the order siluriformes, said enzymatic hydrolysis being carried out by means of an endopeptidase enzyme derived from bacillus subtilis.
|Method for manufacturing detoxificated lignocellulosic biomass hydrolysate with decreased or eliminated toxicity and method for manufacturing organic or and biofuel using the same|
Disclosed is a method for detoxifying a lignocellulosic biomass hydrolysate, including: preparing a hydrolysate by pretreating a lignocellulosic biomass by hydrolysis; and decreasing or removing toxicity by adding a surfactant to the hydrolysate. The detoxifying method according to the present disclosure may effectively remove toxicity of compounds derived from lignin that inhibit the growth of and fermentation by microorganisms during the pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass.
|Compositions and methods for detecting microbial infections|
Provided herein are vaccine compositions for control of trypanosoma cruzi infection and chagas disease. The compositions comprise plasmids encoding o gpi-anchored genes asp-2, tcg-1, tcg2 and tcg4 from trypanosoma cruzi; plasmids encoding cytokines il12 and gm-csf; and plasmids encoding a gene expression system.
|Immune-stimulating photoactive hybrid nanoparticles|
Provides is a therapeutic technology that combines the phototoxic and immune-stimulating ability of photodynamic therapy with the widespread effectiveness of the immune system to reduce the viability of such as cancer cells and tumors. The nanoparticle compositions of the disclosure combine an immunostimulant with a photosensitizer using a nanoparticle delivery platform.
|Sorbent cartridge configurations for improved dialysate regeneration|
A regeneration system that has a first regeneration module containing a first chosen regenerative substance; a second regeneration module containing the first chosen regenerative substance; and a first mixing chamber. A first outlet stream of a fluid sequentially exits the first mixing chamber, flows through the first regeneration module in fluid communication with the first chosen regenerative substance and returns to the first mixing chamber, and a second outlet stream of the fluid sequentially exits the first mixing chamber and flows through the second regeneration module in fluid communication with the first chosen regenerative substance..
|Sorbent and chemical regeneration of dialysate|
The present invention generally relates to systems and methods for the regeneration of spent dialysis solutions. The present invention further relates to systems and methods for continuously regenerating spent dialysis solution during dialysis.
A casein hydrolysate formed by controlled hydrolysis of a casein substrate by an aspergillus-derived (fugal) proteolytic preparation is described. The controlled hydrolysis employs a flavorpro-whey™ formulation and a degree of hydrolysis (% dh) of from 5% dh to 15% dh.
|Heat-treated limulus amebocyte lysates|
The application provides heat-treated limulus amebocyte lysates useful for detecting β-glucans.. .
|Biomass conversion systems having a fluid circulation loop containing a centripetal force-based separation mechanism for control of cellulosic fines and methods for use thereof|
Digestion of cellulosic biomass to produce a hydrolysate may be accompanied by the formation of cellulosic fines which may be damaging to system components. Biomass conversion systems that may address the issue of cellulosic fines may comprise a fluid circulation loop comprising: a hydrothermal digestion unit; a solids separation unit that is in fluid communication with an outlet of the hydrothermal digestion unit; where the solids separation unit comprises a centripetal force-based separation mechanism that comprises a fluid outlet and a solids outlet; and a catalytic reduction reactor unit that is in fluid communication with the fluid outlet of the centripetal force-based separation mechanism and an inlet of the hydrothermal digestion unit..
|Dispersion of electrically conductive polymer, and electrically conductive polymer and use thereof|
There is provided a conductive polymer having high conductivity with excellent heat resistance. Using the conductive polymer, there can be provided solid electrolytic capacitors having low esr, high reliability, and less leakage current.
|Ultra-pasteurization for dialysis machines|
Disclosed herein are water purification and supply systems for medical devices and methods of using. In an embodiment, the system includes a dialysis system includes a filtration system capable of filtering a water stream, a water purification system capable of purifying said water stream in a non-batch process, a mixing system capable of producing a stream of dialysate from mixing one or more dialysate components with the water stream in a non-batch process, and a dialyzer system.
|Microfluidic system for nucleic acid analysis|
A microfluidic system for analyzing nucleic acid, the microfluidic system including a reagent supply device including a sample chamber into which a sample can be injected, one or more reagent chambers for containing one or more reagents for extracting nucleic acid from the sample, and a waste chamber in which the used reagent can be discarded; a binding-lysis chamber in which cells are captured from the sample and lysed to form a cell lysate containing nucleic acid; plurality of particles for cell binding disposed in the binding-lysis chamber; a plurality of rehydration chambers into which the cell lysate formed in the binding-lysis chamber can be distributed and mixed with a nucleic acid amplification reagent to form an amplification reaction mixture; a plurality of amplification chambers in which a nucleic acid amplification reaction is performed on the amplification reaction mixture introduced from the plurality of rehydration chambers; and a flow channel system including an outlet and a plurality of inlets connected to the reagent supply device and forming an integrated fluid flow between the binding-lysis chamber, the rehydration chambers, and the amplification chambers.. .
|Fermentation of fruit juices|
A method of introducing yeast into a fruit juice such as grape must to be fermented is disclosed. The method comprises feeding dry yeast into a flowing stream of the fruit juice and delivering the flowing stream of fruit juice with the yeast in it to a mixer (10).
|Portable dialysis device|
A portable dialysis device that can be continuously worn in and/or on the body of a patient, with a blood chamber in which the patient's blood can be received, a hydraulic chamber which can be filled with a hydraulic fluid and which adjoins the blood chamber, an at least partially flexible delivery membrane which is arranged between the hydraulic chamber and the blood chamber and which, when the hydraulic chamber is filled with hydraulic fluid, is movable in the direction of the blood chamber in such a way as to cause a compression of the blood chamber and therefore an ejection of the blood located therein, a pump for controllable filling and/or emptying of the hydraulic fluid in the hydraulic chamber, such that blood can in this way be conveyed into the blood chamber and/or out of the latter, a filter membrane which is arranged between the blood chamber and the hydraulic chamber and through which waste substances in the blood can be removed to the hydraulic fluid located in the hydraulic chamber, such that the hydraulic fluid serves at the same time as dialysate. Additionally, a method for operating a portable dialysis device..
The present invention provides a pharmaceutical composition for dialysis wherein the decline of ionized calcium concentration in an acetate-free bicarbonate dialysate comprising no acetic acid and/or sodium acetate is controlled. The present invention further provides a dialysis agent a that comprises electrolytes, citric acid and/or citrate as ph adjuster, and/or glucose, for preparation of bicarbonate dialysate; the agent a characterized by being adjusted by citric acid and/or citrate so as to keep the electrolyte ionized calcium concentration not less than 1 mmol/l in a prepared bicarbonate dialysate.
|Peritoneal dialysis systems and related devices and methods|
A peritoneal dialysis system includes a base peritoneal dialysis system and a peritoneal dialysis fluid exchange system that operates independently of the base system. The base system includes a first cassette including a first patient line configured to be connected to a patient, and a pd cycler.
|Chronic access system for extracorporeal treatment of blood including a continuously wearable hemodialyzer|
A patient wearable, continuously operating extracorporeal pump apparatus which accesses the patient's arterial venous pressure differential by applying external pressure to a subcutaneous graft that has been cannualized to modulate blood flow through an extracorporeal circuit and to drive the pump for delivering a medicament, such as an anticoagulant, to the site of an intravenous cannula to prevent clogging thereof and also to move a dialysate through a circuit, including a dialyzer and a dialysate rejuvenating cartridge, whereby kidney failure can be treated without recourse to prior art hemodialysis machines found in most treatment facilities. With slight modification, the present invention can be used to remove excess fluids from chf patients, to remove toxins from the blood in those suffering from liver failure and to facilitate administration of insulin to diabetics and/or glucose to those having hypoglycemia..
|Cell-free system for converting methane into fuel and chemical compounds|
The present disclosure relates, in some aspects, to cell-free methods and systems for large-scale conversion of methane to isobutanol, comprising combining, in a bioreactor at elevated pressure, methane, oxygen, and cell lysates containing methane monooxygenase, methanol dehydrogenase, and enzymes that catalyze the conversion of formaldehyde to isobutanol, to form a cell-free reaction mixture, and incubating under suitable conditions the cell-free reaction to convert methane to isobutanol.. .
|Peptide for inhibiting dipeptidyl-peptidase iv|
A method for inhibiting dipeptidyl-peptidase iv is provided and includes administering a peptide to the dipeptidyl-peptidase iv, in which the peptide is isolated from a gelatin hydrolysate produced by enzymatic digestion with alcalase (ala), bromelain (bro), and flavourzyme (fla).. .
|Recirculating dialysate fluid circuit for blood measurement|
A blood based solute monitoring system for measuring at least one blood solute species that has a first recirculation flow path in fluid communication with a dialyzer. The first recirculation flow path is configured to allow a fluid to recirculate through a dialyzer such that the concentration of at least one solute species in the fluid becomes equilibrated to the solute species concentration of the blood in a blood compartment of the dialyzer.
|Conversion of organic waste from plant and animal sources into a micronized fertilizer or animal feed|
A process for the conversion of organic materials raw waste and other marine plants and animals into a stable powder form, without high heat or cooking a raw waste is ground and then optionally hydrolyzed or enzymatically reduced to form a hydrolysate and transferred to a blender for nutrient mixing, to form a raw product that is dried in a high velocity air dryer and micronizer, which can simultaneously dry and grind the raw product within a ball mill's work chamber with a high velocity exhaust stream from an inline pulse engine. The finely ground raw fish or animal waste may be pressed or blended with other nutrients to satisfy feed and fertilizer requirements.
|Dialysate extraction apparatus|
To provide a dialysate extraction apparatus which can automate disinfecting work for a collection port or a sealing device of an opening/closing device and can reliably and easily clean the collection port or the sealing device of the opening/closing device. A dialysate extraction apparatus includes a dialysate extraction device that has an introduction port and a discharge port which are connected to a flow route of a liquid and can circulate the liquid and that has a collection port which can collect the circulated liquid; a cap that is attachable to and detachable from the collection port of the dialysate extraction device and can open and close the collection port; a sealing device that is attached to the cap and seals the collection port in a state where the cap is attached to the collection port of the dialysate extraction device; and a heating device that can heat the sealing device of the cap..
|Polysaccharide and/or polypeptide based graft polymers as synthetic tannins|
A graft polymer of polysaccharides or polypeptides or its respective derivatives, obtainable by free radical polymerization of a) a monomer selected from or a monomer mixture of (a) from 20 to 100% by weight of acrylic acid or methacrylic acid or of a mixture thereof or of the alkali metal, alkaline earth metal or ammonium salts thereof, (b) from 0 to 80% by weight of other monoethylenically unsaturated monomers which are copolymerizable with the monomers (a) and (c) from 0 to 5% by weight of monomers having at least 2 ethylenically unsaturated, nonconjugated double bonds in the molecule, in the presence of either b1) polysaccharides, oxidatively, hydrolytically or enzymatically degraded polysaccharides, oxidized hydrolytically degraded or oxidized enzymatically degraded polysaccharides, or such chemically modified degraded products, chemically modified mono-, oligo-or poly-saccharides or mixtures of the stated compounds and/or b2) polypeptides, their hydrolysates or enzymaticallydegraded and optionally chemically modified products or mixtures of the stated compounds in a weight ratio a: (b1 or b2) of from 1:99 to 18:82 or in a weight ratio a:(b1+b2) of from 60:40 to 1:99 and b1:b2 of from 97:3 to 3:97 used as tanning agents.. .
|Whey protein hydrolysate containing tryptophan peptide consisting of alpha lactalbumin and the use thereof|
In a method for producing a whey protein hydrolysate, a whey substrate, selected from the group consisting of whey, commercially available whey powder, whey protein isolate, whey protein preparations, and α-lactalbumin obtained from whey, is enzymatically hydrolyzing at least with alcalase and trypsin as enzymes at a ratio of g enzymes/g whey substrate between 1:10 and 1:10,000 and at a temperature of between 30° c. And 70° c.
|Detection of early stages and late stages hpv infection|
Embodiments of the invention provide methods, monoclonal antibodies, polyclonal antibodies, assays, and kits for detecting hpv infection and hpv related cancer diagnosis, including infection by various hpv genotypes, early and/or late stage hpv-associated or hpv-specific cancers. Various specific or pan monoclonal antibodies recognizing specific epitope for specific hpv protein or hpv type, or common epitope for various hpv proteins or hpv types are obtained.
|Photosensitive resin composition|
A photosensitive resin composition having excellent storage stability which can form a high precision pattern upon a low amount of exposure; a method of forming a pattern including a polysiloxane coating with the photosensitive resin composition; and an electronic component including a pattern including a polysiloxane coating formed with the photosensitive resin composition. A compound which generates an imidazole compound having a predetermined structure by light is added to a photosensitive resin composition including one or more hydrolyzable silane compounds, hydrolysates of the hydrolyzable silane compounds and condensates thereof and a photo-base generator or a photo-acid generator..
|Low flouride crustacean concentrated hydrolysate fraction compositions|
Fluorine being present in the exoskeleton of crustaceans, and especially krill represents a problem for using krill as a source for food, feed, food additives and/or feed additives. There has been developed a process for removing such fluorine from krill material by subjecting the krill to disintegration and to an enzymatic hydrolysis process prior to or simultaneously with a removal of the exoskeleton particles producing a fluorine-reduced product.
|Enhanced clearance in an artificial kidney incorporating a pulsatile pump|
A continuous renal replacement therapy (crrt) device is provided that weighs between 2 and 10 pounds. The crrt device can be portable, mobile or completely worn on the person of the patient.
|Parp substrates and biomarkers|
Parylated proteins are enriched by treating cell lysates comprising parylated proteins and dna/rna with an endonuclease that cleaves the dna/rna but not the par; and separating the parylated proteins from the cleaved dna/rna. Parylation sites are labeled by eluting parylated proteins from a par-affinity substrate with a nucleophilic amine exchange reactant, wherein the reactant labels parylation sites of the proteins.
|Sodium management for hemodialysis|
Systems and methods for managing the sodium concentration of a dialysate fluid during hemodialysis therapy and adjusting sodium concentration using a sodium management system to generate a sodium-modified fluid. The systems and methods also provide a mechanism for controlled addition of sodium ions to the dialysate to generate a predetermined total sodium concentration in a dialysate..
|Double fiber bundle dialyzer|
A dialyzer composed of: first and second dialyzation chambers, and an intermediate chamber interposed between the first and second dialyzation chambers. Each dialyzation chamber has opposed first and second ends and contains a filter member that separates the chamber into a blood compartment and a dialysate compartment.
|Ph and buffer management system for hemodialysis systems|
Systems and methods for managing the ph of a dialysate fluid during hemodialysis therapy. The systems and methods adjust dialysate ph and buffer concentration to generate a predetermined total bicarbonate buffer concentration in a dialysate entering a dialyzer..
|Potassium loaded ion-exchange material for use in a dialysate regeneration system|
Systems and methods for managing the potassium concentration of a dialysate fluid during hemodialysis therapy using cation exchange materials that do not release sodium ions.. .
|Methods and devices for producing biomolecules|
A scalable process and device for producing a bio molecule, in particular pharmaceutical grade plasmid dna is described. The process includes the steps of alkaline lysis, neutralization and clarification and can be further extended.
|Food composition containing amino acids and cocoa|
The present invention relates to a food composition which contains a protein hydrolysate from a legume and cocoa.. .
|Processes for producing energy-dense biomass for combustion|
This invention provides processes to convert biomass into energy-dense biomass for combustion, alone or in combination with another solid fuel. Some embodiments provide processes for producing energy-dense biomass from cellulosic biomass, comprising extracting the feedstock with steam and/or hot water to produce an extract liquor containing hemicellulosic oligomers, dissolved lignin, and cellulose-rich solids; separating the extract liquor, to produce dewatered cellulose-rich solids; hydrolyzing the dewatered cellulose-rich solids, thereby removing a portion of the cellulose, to produce intermediate solids (with higher energy density) and a hydrolysate; drying the intermediate solids to produce energy-dense biomass; and optionally recovering fermentable sugars from the hydrolysate.
|Hydrolysate of a protein substrate and a process for producing thereof|
The present invention relates to a hydrolysate obtainable by hydrolysing a substrate comprising at least one animal protein by a food-grade bacterium in an environment of less than 2 wt % salt content. The present invention further relates to a process for producing a hydrolysate, comprising the steps of a) mixing a substrate with a food-grade bacterium, and b) incubating the mixture of step a) under conditions of less than 2 wt % salt content, wherein the substrate comprises at least one animal protein.
|Process for the preparation of amoebocyte lysate from haemolymph of the horseshoe crab|
The present invention relates to a non-destructive process for the preparation of amoebocyte lysate from the haemolymph of horseshoe crab, characterized by the steps of firstly, means for acclimatizing a live specimen of horseshoe crab in treated seawater under controlled conditions; then, means for cleaning the live specimen, including cleaning the base of the last pair of thoracic appendages of the live specimen; next, means for withdrawing the haemolymph through the base of the last pair of thoracic appendage under aseptic condition; then, means for transferring the collected haemolymph into a pre-cooled disposable centrifuge tube; then, means for centrifuging the collected haemolymph to separate amoebocyte cells from lymph; then, means for decanting the lymph out of the disposable centrifuge tube; then, means for washing the white amoebocyte cells and centrifuging; then, means for sonicating the amoebocyte cells for lysing of the amoebocyte cells; then, means for storing the sonicated amoebocyte cells for further lysing of the amoebocyte cells; then, means for centrifuging the sonicated mixture, thereby separating the amoebocyte lysate in the form of a supernatant; then, means for decanting the amoebocyte lysate into a sterilized vessel; then, means for pre-freezing the amoebocyte lysate; and subsequently, freeze-drying the amoebocyte lysate.. .
|Hydrolysates made of plant extracts and antibacterial agent containing the same|
The present invention relates to an antibacterial agent and a hydrolysate made of at least one extract that has been produced by extraction using ethanol/water from dried plant material of: a) at least one of the plants selected from the group consisting of: verbena officinalis l., sambucus nigra l., primula veris l., primula elatior (l.) hill, and gentiana lutea l.; and a mixture thereof; or b) a mixture of: verbena officinalis l., sambucus nigra l., primula veris l., gentiana lutea l., and rumicis herba; and subsequent removal of the ethanol/water extraction agent, wherein the hydrolysate can be obtained from the extract via hydrolytic treatment using a mineral acid. The hydrolyzates according to the invention show a pronounced antibacterial effect against germs relevant to the skin, ears, nose, and throat and respiratory systems..
|Dialysate extraction apparatus|
A dialysate extraction apparatus which can reliably perform cleaning and disinfecting on an inside of a collection port without extending a separate flow route from an on-off device. The dialysate extraction apparatus includes a dialysate extraction device having an inlet and an outlet which can circulate a liquid, and having a collection port which can collect the circulating liquid; and a cap which is attachable to and detachable from the collection port of the dialysate extraction device and which can turn on and off the collection port.
|Method for producing a stable dispersion of nano-particles, dispersion produced, and use thereof|
The present invention relates to a method for producing a stable dispersion of nano-particles, comprising the steps: a) mixing a suspension of nano-particles with an aqueous solution of gelatine hydrolysate; and b) adding an aqueous solution of gelatine to the mixture. Furthermore, the invention relates to a stable dispersion of nano-particles as well as the use thereof..
|Culture medium for human mesenchymal stem cells|
A culture medium for human mesenchymal stem cells (hmsc) includes a mesenchymal stem cell basal medium; human leucocyte/platelet coat lysate; insulin; sodium selenite; ethanolamine; and basic fibroblast growth factor. This culture medium is effective for growing hmsc lines, including those which do not grow in culture medium normally used for this type of cell..
|Filter module in biomolecule isolation|
The present invention relates to a device for rapid isolation of target molecules from cell lysates and other liquid mixtures comprising particulate material, a method for isolating the target molecules, in particular nucleic acids, using said device and a kit for carrying out said method comprising said device.. .
|Antimicrobial activity enhancing agent|
An antimicrobial activity enhancing agent for lactoferrin or a lactoferrin hydrolysate, which contains ribonuclease-4 as an active ingredient, and a method for producing an antimicrobial activity enhancing agent for lactoferrin or a lactoferrin hydrolysate, which comprises (a) the step of contacting raw milk with a cation exchange resin to adsorb proteins in the raw milk to the cation exchange resin, (b) the step of washing the cation exchange resin having undergone the adsorption treatment, and flowing an elution solvent to elute a protein fraction having an isoelectric point of 8.0 to 10.0, and (c) the step of subjecting the eluted protein fraction to gel filtration using a gel filtration carrier to collect a fraction of a molecular weight of 30 kda or less.. .
|Method of marketing protein hydrolysate for high energy sensation|
Accordingly this invention relates to a method of increasing a feeling of energy in a healthy adult comprising administering a dosage form comprising a low dose of a trp-containing di- and/or tri-peptide mixture characterized in that the peptide composition is an egg lysozyme hydrolysate with a trp/lnaa ratio greater than 0.15 and which provides 30- to 50 mg trp per dose. This dosage form should be administered multiple times per day for an extended period of time, such that the person receives 60-200 mg trp per day..
|Method for manufacturing polyarylene sulfide resin|
A method for producing a polyarylene sulfide resin, comprising: producing a slurry (i) containing a solid alkali metal sulfide by allowing a hydrous alkali metal sulfide, or a hydrous alkali metal hydrosulfide and an alkali metal hydroxide, and an aliphatic cyclic compound (c1) that can be ring-opened by hydrolysis to react with each other while conducting dehydration in the presence of a non-hydrolyzable organic solvent; adding an aprotic polar organic solvent after the production of the slurry (i) and distilling off water to conduct dehydration; and conducting polymerization by allowing a polyhaloaromatic compound (a), an alkali metal hydrosulfide (b), and an alkali metal salt (c2) of a hydrolysate of the compound (c1) to react with each other in the slurry (i) in a state where the amount of water existing in the reaction system is 0.02 moles or less relative to 1 mole of the aprotic polar organic solvent.. .
|Flame-retardant expandable polymers|
The invention relates to flame-retardant expandable polymers and to polymer foams and to the use thereof. According to the invention, at least one of the following phosphorus compounds is used as a flame retardant: phosphorus compound according to formula (ia): (ia) 10-hydroxy-9, 10-dihydro-9-oxa-10-phosphaphenanthrene-10-oxide (dopo-oh); or the salts thereof according to formula (ib): (ib) (dopo-or); or the ring-opened hydrolysates thereof according to formula (ic): (ic)..
|Apparatus and process for fermentation of biomass hydrolysate|
A process for converting biomass hydrolysate into biofuel, the process comprising the steps of: obtaining a biomass hydrolysate solution comprising monosaccharides; immobilizing pachysolen tannophilus; contacting the solution with the immobilized pachysolen tannophilus; and recovering a fermented biofuel.. .
|Compositions, uses, and preparation of platelet lysates|
In certain embodiments, this disclosure describes compositions comprising platelet lysates depleted of fibrinogen. In a further embodiment, the composition further comprises a cell culture medium component.
|Method of processing a sample for analysis|
A method of processing a sample for analysis is disclosed. The method includes providing a sample, a container, and a cap comprising an elastically-deformable slit.
|Anti-dandruff hair care products with selected active ingredients and a cationic keratin|
The present invention relates to hair treatment agents containing selected amino acids and/or selected oligopeptides and a selected cationic keratin hydrolysate. A need exists to further improve hair care products and to impart further advantageous properties to them.
|Hair care products with selected aminoacidic and/or oligopeptides and a hydrolyzed cationic keratin|
The present invention relates to hair treatment agents containing selected alkyloligoglucosides and a selected cationic keratin hydrolysate. A need exists to further improve hair care products and to impart further advantageous properties to them.