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Real-time smart monitoring of bioprocesses for efficient conversion of organic carbon to volatile fatty acids

Model-based design of a biorefinery platform to valorise agrifood organic waste into odd-chain volatile fatty acids integrating technical and environmental criteria

The conversion of organic wastes by anaerobic fermentation (the so-called carboxylate platform) is one of the promising emerging biorefineries that allows valorising organic carbon to volatile fatty acids (VFA), which can be further processed as chemicals, biopolymers and biofuels. A major obstacle to the widespread of the carboxylate ...

Programme: Targeted VFA production from (waste) waters - Biogroup

Public web page: https://biogroup.usc.es/ODDITY

Start date: 1st Dec 2022

End date: 30th Nov 2024

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Background: The immunoproteasome is expressed constitutively in immune cells alongside standard proteasomes and forms multiple mixed types of proteasome complexes. These mixed 20S proteasomes may have distinct proteolytic activities depending on their subunit composition and may thereby regulate immune cell function. Using site-specific versus pan-inhibitors of the immunoproteasome, we here aim to dissect the biological functions of the three active sites of the immunoproteasome for monocyte cell ...

Programme: Research Center Borstel

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Programme: Research Center Borstel

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Engineering next level photosynthesis-PhotoBoost is a 4-year research and innovation action that aims to significantly improve the efficiency of photosynthesis in plants. The optimisation of photosynthesis will be achieved by capitalising on multidisciplinary approaches including computational biology, metabolic modelling, systems biology, enzyme and pathway engineering, synthetic biology, and the multigene transformation of two major C3 crops: potato and rice. The PhotoBoost project will deliver ...

A wide variety of specimen types may be collected for storage, depending on availability and study goals, such as tissues that from autopsy and transplant, cell lines, and so on.Timing. In general, it is important to minimize the time between collection and stabilization and processing of tissue specimens. This time will vary according to the intended use, since different biomolecules degrade at different rates. The effects of collection timing on tissue and macromolecule preservation have not ...

FAIRDOM will establish a support and service network for European Systems Biology. We will serve projects in standardising, managing and disseminating data and models in a FAIR manner: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable.

Programme: FAIRDOM

Public web page: http://fair-dom.org/

Start date: 1st Nov 2014

Mission: We perform cutting-edge research on data generated by novel biomolecular technologies to address questions in pneumology. Towards this, we use biological high-throughput data, i.e., OMICs data, to gain insights into molecular and phenotypic traits and diseases using computational methods. We combine data, methodology and their applications in pneumology through interdisciplinary collaboration with mathematicians, computer scientists, biologists and physicians.

Collection of training material for SEEK/FAIRDOMHub

Programme: FAIRDOM

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Following the user guide

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Objective: Identify specific brain regions and cell types that are more susceptible to neurodegenerative diseases, using the high-resolution atlas of cell types to determine the molecular signatures associated with disease vulnerability.

Programme: TUM Data Science lecture

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Programme: Biotechnologische Oxidation von Cellobiose zu Cellobionsäure

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Programme: Biotechnologische Oxidation von Cellobiose zu Cellobionsäure

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Learning how to work with fairdomhub

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Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

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supplementary information: figures and tables

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New Optical Coherence Tomography Biomarkers Identified with Deep Learning for Risk Stratification of Patients with Age-related Macular Degeneration

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This project collects and maintains metadata templates designed and used at the UMass Chan BioImage DMS Core and built in collaboration with the CBI Open Science Project. The templates are based on the REMBI recommendations and on the NBO-Q Microscopy Metadata specifications. These templates contribute to FAIR bioimaging data in North America, and are meant to be utilized to support image data annotation in the OMERO database.

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This project stored supplementary files that we didn't include in the paper ' Exploring the Evolution of the Gene Ontology and itsImpact on Enrichment Analysis'

Programme: Hallmarks of cancer

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Ionizing radiation (IR) leads to DNA double-strand breaks and can therefore be used as cancer treatment. However, some tumors are less responsive to radiation treatment because of their underlying molecular profile. Our ultimate goal is to understand the reaction of lung cancer cells with different phenotypes to IR on a molecular level to then provide the best therapy options for lung cancer patients with IR therapy.

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

Public web page: https://www.sbi.uni-rostock.de/research/projects/detail/74

Start date: 1st Aug 2023

End date: 31st Dec 2027

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This project houses all the publicly available datasets generated by the Hi-IMPAcTB consortium over the course of its 7+ years.

What is Hi-IMPAcTB?

Hi-IMPAcTB is an ambitious endeavor bringing together a team of international, interdisciplinary researchers to improve our understanding of host-pathogen interactions in the context of tuberculosis (TB). Funded by a multi-center contract from the NIH, the long-term goal of the consortium is to enable principled vaccine design by improving ...

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