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Biochemical Engineering

Biochemical Engineering is one of the pillar industries of the 21st century and is the interdiscipline of biology, chemistry and engineering, being the general term of biochemical engineering and bio-processing engineering as well as being a branch of biotechnology. It is also one of the frontiers of chemical engineering disciplines and is the means for the conversion of biological technology into productivity, industrialization and commercialization. Biochemical Engineering products are products with animals, plants, microorganisms as raw materials and processing through approaches of biochemical engineering, physics and chemistry. It is widely applied to various kinds of fields including medicine, food, feed, basic organic chemicals, organic acids and bio-pesticides.

Q:Polyglutamic Acid and Hyaluronic Acid: Which one is better?

A:While both PGA and HA are excellent hydrators, PGA has been found to retain moisture even better than HA.

Apr 16,2024  Biochemical Engineering

L‐carnosine eye drops and L-carnosine syrup

L-Carnosine is a dipeptide composed of two amino acids, alanine, and histidine, naturally occurring in vital organs like the heart, brain, kidney, skin, and muscles.

Apr 16,2024  Biochemical Engineering

NADP, Disodium Salt: NADP vs NADPH

NADP, Disodium Salt is the sodium salt form of NADP. NADP, Disodium Salt is a white to pale yellow amorphous powder.

Apr 16,2024  Biochemical Engineering

S-Acetyl-L-glutathione:Preparation; Benefits and Side effects

S-Acetyl-L-glutathione (SAG) is a prodrug of glutathione (GSH) and is one of the effective methods of supplementing endogenous glutathione.

Apr 11,2024  Biochemical Engineering

What is Ubiquinol?

Ubiquinol, also known as ubiquinol-10, is the fully reduced form of coenzyme Q10. It is produced in mitochondria and has the ability to protect cells from oxidative damage and enhance mitochondrial ac

Apr 11,2024  Biochemical Engineering

Bevacizumab: Introduction, uses, and Side effects

Bevacizumab is an anti-angiogenic agent rationally designed to target vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), a key mediator in angiogenesis.

Apr 11,2024  Biochemical Engineering

Q:Do any foods contain rapamycin?

A:Rapamycin is a natively appearing compound. It was originally found in the soil of Easter Island. However, there is no natively found Rapamycin in foods.

Apr 10,2024  Biochemical Engineering

The brief introduction of Octreotide acetate

Octreotide Acetate Injection, a cyclic octapeptide prepared as a clear sterile solution of octreotide, acetate salt, in a buffered acetate solution for administration by deep subcutaneous (intrafat) o

Apr 10,2024  Biochemical Engineering

D-Threonine VS L-Threonine

D-threonine is one of the essential unnatural amino acids and is used as a chiral building block of peptidomimetic drugs for the treatment of peripheral opioid side effects and analgesic applications.

Mar 28,2024  Biochemical Engineering

The uses of Fmoc-Orn(Boc)-OH

Fmoc-Orn(Boc)-OH is an ornithine-containing amino acid building block. It has been used to conjugate ornithine to GFP-labeled peptides, enhancing cell permeability compared to unconjugated GFP-labeled

Mar 28,2024  Biochemical Engineering
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