By Miguel Gama, Fernando Dourado, Stanislaw Bielecki
Bacterial Nanocellulose: From Biotechnology to Bio-Economy offers an outline at the present and destiny purposes of bacterial nanocellulose, views at the ecology and economics of its creation, and a short historical assessment of BNC similar companies.
- Discusses contemporary progresses at the molecular mechanism of BNC biosynthesis, its law, and construction techniques
- Covers advances within the use of BNC in bio- and nano-polymer composite materials
- Presents a close fiscal research of BNC production
- Provides an summary at the regulatory framework at the meals and biomedical fields
- Reviews present examine within the biomedical and nutrients industries, identifies gaps, and indicates destiny needs
- Raises understanding approximately this fabric and its power makes use of in emergent fields, corresponding to the advance of aerogels and optoelectronic devices
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In the process of cellulose biosynthesis, c-di-GMP acts as a strong allosteric activator of BcsA subunit. Binding of this secondary messenger to the cellulose synthase causes that the velocity of enzymatic reaction increases up to 200 times. c-di-GMP may freely associate and dissociate from cellulose synthase, so that the average velocity of the reaction depends on its concentration in the cytosol . In 2013, for the first time, the crystallographic structure of the BcsA and BcsB subunits of cellulose synthase complex was resolved.
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Bacterial Nanocellulose. From Biotechnology to Bio-Economy by Miguel Gama, Fernando Dourado, Stanislaw Bielecki