In 2014, research and development of thermostable
formulations of oral rotavirus vaccine were initiated, which offered longer stability of the vaccine even in varying temperatures across diverse environmental conditions.
The pathogenicity of Vibrio parahaemolyticus and the role of thermostable
direct haemolysin and related haemolysins.
Gene cloning, expression, and characterization of a thermostable
xylanase from Nesterenkonia xinjiangensis CCTCC AA001025.
Aflatoxins and ochratoxin A are thermostable
and carcinogenic molecules [23, 22], thus, pollen dried naturally or not may present a threat for human and animal health.
proteins; structural stability and design.
It is grayish to tan powder, practically odorless, preservative-free and is thermostable
Similar reports were observed in Thermostable
serine protease producing Streptomyces albidoflavus (Chi-Nam seong and Jung-sung Jo, 2004).
After deoxynucleotide triphosphates (dNTPs, the building blocks of nucleic acids: adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine), short oligonucleotide primers (needed to initiate DNA synthesis), a thermostable
DNA polymerase (that can withstand temperatures in excess of 94[degrees]C experienced during the PCR reaction), and some template DNA have been added to the tubes, DNA replication can be carried out through the use of a thermocycler (see Figure 1A).
In 1986, a thermostable
DNA polymerase called Thermus aquaticus (Taq) was identified.
From this excellent platform, research is ongoing to develop even more efficacious and intrinsically thermostable
phytases as well as products capable of degrading more than 75% of the phytate in the diet".
Other topics include the hydrolysis of agricultural waste by thermostable
enzymes, life cycle studies of bioethanol, the relation between methanol content and flash point, and public policy issues as discussed in a March 2000 Congressional research report.
Amatoxins are thermostable
(cooking, drying, and freezing do not alter their toxicity) and dialyzable.