Friday, March 20, 2015

Making Cyanobacteria industrially useful

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Despite the significance of cyanobacteria for future industrial needs, the overall knowledge of molecular site-specific redox changes is still very limited, especially under light conditions," said Dr. Wei-Jun Qian, a PNNL bioanalytical chemist who worked on the study. "This work provides a quantitative and site-specific analysis across the entire complement of proteins in cyanobacteria, giving us a much clearer picture of the kind of conditions cyanobacteria will need to thrive in industrial settings."

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