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Samir Kouro36
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Mariusz Malinowski24
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K. Gopakumar35
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Multilevel converters have been under research and development for more than three decades and have found successful industrial application. However, this is still a technology under development, and many new contributions and new commercial topologies have been reported in the last few years. The aim of this paper is to group and review these recent contributions, in order to establish the current state of the art and trends of the technology, to provide readers with...
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Sonia Jemli7
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Dorra Ayadi-Zouari4
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Hajer Ben Hlima9
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AbstractEnzymes are widely applied in various industrial applications and processes, including the food and beverage, animal feed, textile, detergent and medical industries. Enzymes screened from natural origins are often engineered before entering the market place because their native forms do not meet the requirements for industrial application. Protein engineering is concerned with the design and construction of novel enzymes with tailored functional propert...
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Martin Ivarsson7
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Tony Gorschek31
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One of the main goals of an applied research field such as software engineering is the transfer and widespread use of research results in industry. To impact industry, researchers developing technologies in academia need to provide tangible evidence of the advantages of using them. This can be done trough step-wise validation, enabling researchers to gradually test and evaluate technologies to finally try them in real settings with real users and applications. The evi...
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Quinn Qun Zhu22
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Ethel N. Jackson5
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Yarrowia lipolytica is a safe and robust yeast that has a history of industrial applications. Its physiological, metabolic and genomic characteristics have made it a superior host for metabolic engineering. The results of optimizing internal pathways and introducing new pathways have demonstrated that Y. lipolytica can be a platform cell factory for cost-effective production of chemicals and fuels derived from fatty acids, lipids and acetyl-CoA. Two products have been commer...
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2015 in Chemical Society Reviews [IF: 38.62]
Patrícia Silva11
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Sérgio M. F. Vilela11
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João P. C. Tomé32
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After three decades of intense and fundamental research on metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), is there anything left to say or to explain? The synthesis and properties of MOFs have already been comprehensively described elsewhere. It is time, however, to prove the nature of their true usability: technological applications based on these extended materials require development and implementation as a natural consequence of the up-to-known intensive research focused on their design and prepara...
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2015 in Biotechnology Advances [IF: 10.60]
David Jullesson1
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Florian David7
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Brian F. Pfleger22
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© 2015 Elsevier Inc. Industrial bio-processes for fine chemical production are increasingly relying on cell factories developed through metabolic engineering and synthetic biology. The use of high throughput techniques and automation for the design of cell factories, and especially platform strains, has played an important role in the transition from laboratory research to industrial production. Model organisms such as Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Escherichia coli remain wid...
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2015 in Biotechnology Advances [IF: 10.60]
Jung-Min Choi3
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Sang-Soo Han9
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Hak-Sung Kim42
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Abstract Enzymes are the most proficient catalysts, offering much more competitive processes compared to chemical catalysts. The number of industrial applications for enzymes has exploded in recent years, mainly owing to advances in protein engineering technology and environmental and economic necessities. Herein, we review recent progress in enzyme biocatalysis, and discuss the trends and strategies that are leading to broader industrial enzyme applications...
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2012 in Biotechnology Advances [IF: 10.60]
Veeresh Juturu6
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Jin Chuan Wu5
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Abstract Enzymatic depolymerization of hemicellulose to monomer sugars needs the synergistic action of multiple enzymes, among them endo-xylanases (EC 3.2.1.8) and β-xylosidases (EC 3.2.1.37) (collectively xylanases) play a vital role in depolymerizing xylan, the major component of hemicellulose. Recent developments in recombinant protein engineering have paved the way for engineering and expressing xylanases in both heterologous and homologous hosts. Functional expression of endo-...
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Mohieddine Jelali1
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A review of the current status in control performance assessment (CPA) technology and industrial applications is presented. Merits and drawbacks of each CPA method are highlighted. An evaluation of publications during the last 15 years shows some trends in the application of a number of CPA metrics and methods in different process industries. Also included is an overview of CPA packages that have been developed and and/or which are commercially available. A systematic...
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S. Joe Qin36
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Thomas A. Badgwell3
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This paper provides an overview of commercially available model predictive control (MPC) technology, both linear and nonlinear, based primarily on data provided by MPC vendors. A brief history of industrial MPC technology is presented first, followed by results of our vendor survey of MPC control and identification technology. A general MPC control algorithm is presented, and approaches taken by each vendor for the different aspects of the calculation are described. I...
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