Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:Carbon composites based on bacterial biomass for manufacturing of electrode materialsThe subject of the offer is a method of manufacturing of carbon-based composites for electrode materials. These composites are built of electrode active phase nanoparticles (e.g. metallic or metal oxides) and a carbon matrix obtained from bacterial biomass. Living organisms serve both as the component capable to capture the nanoparticles, and as a source of biocarbon support providing high dispersion and stabilization of nanoparticles, as well as high electrical conductivity of the material. Application: electrocatalytic active electrode materials, e.g. in ORR reactions; energy storage (supercapacitors).
UATEC posted this:
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Germán Cabañero posted this:
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UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS posted this:Anaerobic treatment of biodegradable waste liquidsBioreactor formed by two connected closed tanks (anaerobic digestion tank and filtration tank) for the anaerobic treatment of complex wastewater with biogas production. A support material is used, in a non-arranged way, increasing the active biomass accumulation capacity and allowing downwards flow in the digestion tank.
Creative Biogene posted this:Human P2RY4-FLAG Stable Cell Line-1321N1P2Y4 is a 365-amino acid 7 transmembrane protein. It has been shown that, when expressed in a mammalian cell line, the receptor protein was activated specifically by UTP and UDP, but not by ATP and ADP. Activation of P2RY4 resulted in increased inositol phosphate formation and calcium mobilization. Adrian et al, anazlyed the espression of several purinergic receptors during differentiation in a promyelocytic leukemia cell line.
Creative Biogene posted this:Human HTR2A-FLAG Stable Cell Line-CHO5-HT2A (5-hydroxytryptamine receptor 2A) is a receptor for serotonin. It is expressed throughout the central nervous system in the neocortex and olfactory tubercle. Additionally, it is expressed in platelets, fibroblasts and neurons of the peripheral nervous system.