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Genetically modified starter and protective culturesGEISEN, R; HOLZAPFEL, W. H.International journal of food microbiology. 1996, Vol 30, Num 3, pp 315-324, issn 0168-1605Article

Immobilized bacteria and plasmid stabilityMARIN INIESTA, F; DE TAXIS DU POET, P; DHULSTER, P et al.Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1987, Vol 501, pp 317-329, issn 0077-8923Conference Paper

A multi-channel continuous toxicity monitoring system using recombinant bioluminescent bacteria for classification of toxicityMAN BOCK GU; GEUN CHEOL GIL.Biosensors & bioelectronics. 2001, Vol 16, Num 9-12, pp 661-666, issn 0956-5663Conference Paper

Metabolic engineering of yeastSAUER, M; BRANDUARDI, P; PORRO, D et al.Recent research developments in biotechnology & bioengineering. Vol. 4 (2001). Recent research developments in biotechnology & bioengineering. 2001, pp 51-59, isbn 81-7736-051-5, 9 p.Book Chapter

Strange brewsNATHAN, Stuart.Process engineering. 2000, Vol 81, Num 7-8, pp 25-26, issn 0370-1859Article

Un arsenal législatif pour les OGM = A legal arsenal for GMOsCECCALDI, P.Biofutur (Puteaux). 1996, Num 154, pp 21-25, issn 0294-3506Article

Survey and opinions : barriers to field-testing genetically modified organismsRATNER, M.Bio/technology (New York, N.Y. 1983). 1990, Vol 8, Num 3, pp 196-198, issn 0733-222X, 3 p.Article

Engineered antibodiesMethods in enzymology. 1989, Vol 178, issn 0076-6879, 457 [1 p.]Article

Phase Lock GelTM plasmid micropreps : direct insert screening, probe synthesis and sequencing within one dayEMANUEL, J. R.Nucleic acids research. 1992, Vol 20, Num 3, issn 0305-1048, p. 625Article

Comments on a segregated model of recombinant cultures : author's replyWITTRUP, K. D; BAILEY, J. E.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1991, Vol 38, Num 11, pp 1364-1365, issn 0006-3592Article

Field testing of genetically engineered microorganismsDRAHOS, D. J.Biotechnology advances. 1991, Vol 9, Num 2, pp 157-171, issn 0734-9750, 15 p.Article

Genetic engineering : The frontier of bioremediation new molecular tools and an improved understanding of biodegradative processes are slowly increasing prospects for successful technology deploymentLAU, P. C. K; LORENZO, V. D. E.Environmental science & technology. 1999, Vol 33, Num 5, pp 124A-128A, issn 0013-936XArticle

Methods for detecting recombinant DNA in the environmentJAIN, R. K; BURLAGE, R. S; SAYLER, G. S et al.Critical reviews in biotechnology. 1988, Vol 8, Num 1, pp 33-84, issn 0738-8551Article

Can bioremediation bounce back?WATANABE, Myrna E.Nature biotechnology. 2001, Vol 19, Num 12, pp 1111-1115, issn 1087-0156Article

Can we use experiments and models in predicting the invasiveness of genetically engineered organisms ? : Advances in invasion ecologyKAREIVA, P; PARKER, I. M; PASCUAL, M et al.Ecology (Durham). 1996, Vol 77, Num 6, pp 1670-1675, issn 0012-9658Article

Environmental regulation of biotechnologyHARRINGTON, A. J; LOEB, H. A.Chemical engineering progress. 1993, Vol 89, Num 2, pp 80-81, issn 0360-7275Article

Rapid determination of plasmid-carrying yeast cells by using an imaging sensor systemENDO, H; SUZUKI, M; SODE, K et al.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1991, Vol 38, Num 11, pp 1331-1336, issn 0006-3592Article

Biotechnology and bioremediation: successes and limitationsDUA, M; SINGH, A; SETHUNATHAN, N et al.Applied microbiology and biotechnology. 2002, Vol 59, Num 2-3, pp 143-152, issn 0175-7598, 10 p.Article

Biosynthesis of cephalosporin C : regulation and recombinant technologyWEIL, J; MIRAMONTI, J; LADISCH, M. R et al.Enzyme and microbial technology. 1995, Vol 17, Num 1, pp 88-90, issn 0141-0229Article

Relative rates of sugar utilization by an ethanologenic recombinant Escherichia coli using mixtures of glucose, mannose, and xyloseLAWFORD, H. G; ROUSSEAU, J. D.Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. 1994, Vol 45-46, pp 367-381, issn 0273-2289Conference Paper

Comments on a segregated model of recombinant culturesCAZZADOR, L.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1991, Vol 37, Num 10, pp 981-984, issn 0006-3592Article

Impact of vector priming on the immunogenicity of recombinant Salmonella vaccinesVINDURAMPULLE, Christofer J; ATTRIDGE, Stephen R.Infection and immunity. 2003, Vol 71, Num 1, pp 287-297, issn 0019-9567, 11 p.Article

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) in bioremediation and legislationDROBNIK, J.International biodeterioration & biodegradation. 1999, Vol 44, Num 1, pp 3-6, issn 0964-8305Conference Paper

Making more of milk sugar by engineering lactic acid bacteriaDE VOS, W. M; HOLS, P; VAN KRANENBURG, R et al.International dairy journal. 1998, Vol 8, Num 3, pp 227-233, issn 0958-6946Article

De gros espoirs pour les ferments lactiques = Great hopes for lactic startersRIA. Revue économique et technique de l'industrie alimentaire européenne. 1996, Num 552, issn 0035-4244, p.29Article

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