Provided herein are metabolically-modified microorganisms useful for producing biofuels.
The disclosure relates generally to a gas-separation system for separating one or more components from a multi-component gas using Zeolitic imidazolate or imidazolate-derived framework.
The disclosure relates generally to materials that comprise organic frameworks. The disclosure also relates to materials that are useful to store and separate gas molecules and sensors.
Provided herein are metabolically-modif ied microorganisms useful for producing biofuels. More specifically, provided herein are methods of producing high alcohols including isobutanol, 1-butanol, 1-propanol, 2-methyl-l-butanol, 3- methyl-1-butanol and 2-phenylethanol from a suitable substrate.
Methods and compositions useful for gas storage and separation are provided. More particularly, compositions and methods for CO2 storage and separation are provided comprising an open metal organic framework.
The disclosure provides metal organic frameworks useful for sensing, gas sorption, microelectronics and switches.
The invention provides compositions comprising beta-alanylhistidine peptides and beta-alanines, and methods for administering these peptides and amino acids. In one aspect, the compositions and methods cause an increase in the blood plasma concentrations of beta-alanine and/or creatine.
Provided are compositions and methods useful for treating and diagnosing cell proliferative disorders associated with Hsp90 and/or ZAP-70.