Section Editors

  • Joaquim M Cabral, Instituto Superior Tecnico
  • Lluis Montoliu, Centro Nacional de Biotecnologia
  • Mats Nilsson, Uppsala University
  • Peter J Punt, TNO Microbiology & Systems Biology/Leiden University
  • Marko Radic, University of Tennessee
  • John J Rossi, Beckman Research Institute City of Hope
  • Igor Stagljar, University of Toronto
  • Neal C Stewart, University of Tennessee

Executive Editor

  • Dafne Solera, BioMed Central

Articles

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  • Image attributed to: From Prasse et al, Fig 1, BMC Biotechnol 2014, 14:88

    Improving enzyme-antibody coupling for ELISA

    Supercharging of human enteropeptidase light chain via site-directed mutagenesis greatly increases its solubility and the yield of enzyme-antibody coupling, which in turns improves assay sensitivity when used in enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA).

    BMC Biotechnology 2014, 14:88
  • Image attributed to: Fig4D, Williams et al, BMC Biotechnology 2014, 14:81 - CC

    Antibody fragment against prostate cancer

    Screening from a yeast-displayed library yielded one antibody fragment with high affinity and specificity towards a molecule on the surface of androgen-dependent prostate cancer cells that may be used in diagnostics and targeted drug delivery.

    BMC Biotechnology 2014, 14:81
  • Image attributed to: Fig 3, Sakurai et al, BMC Biotechnol 2014, 14:69 - CC

    Confirming CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing

    A novel assay based on single mouse blastocysts can detect, before implantation, whether the desired indel mutations were obtained following microinjection of the genome-editing CRISPR/Cas9 system in fertilized murine eggs.

    BMC Biotechnology 2014, 14:69
  • Image attributed to: From Fig 2c, Fuchs et al, BMC Biotechnology 2014, 14:68

    Recombinant antibodies against Mycobacterium

    Human recombinant antibodies that recognize Mycobacterium tuberculosis biomarker 85 B were selected by phage display and produced in mammalian cells, and can be used for the development of specific tuberculosis diagnostic kits.

    BMC Biotechnology 2014, 14:68

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Section Editor's Profile

Neal Stewart

Neal Stewart is a Professor of Plant Sciences and holds the Ivan Racheff Chair of Excellence in plant molecular genetics at the University of Tennessee. He is the co-director of the Tennessee Plant Research Center and holds the position of Senior Bioscientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He has served on the editorial board as an Associate Editor for BMC Biotechnology since 2005. In 2011 he started serving the journal as Section Editor for plant biotechnology. His research focuses on plant biotechnology for bioenergy, agricultural and environmental applications. His lab uses such tools from genomics to systems biology in plants. His latest book, "Research Ethics for Life Scientists" reflects a passion for teaching research integrity. Stewart is also a singer-songwriter who is trying to spend more time in Nashville.

"I love open access publishing and BMC Biotechnology. Open access gives the gift of research knowledge to the world. Open access journals such as BMC Biotechnology, have long been among my top choices to publish research from my lab"

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