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   Researchers identify key enzyme for producing a major industrial chemical in plantsResearchers identify key enzyme for producing a major industrial chemical in plants
 
Scientists studying the biochemistry of plant cell walls have identified an enzyme that could turn woody poplar trees into a source for producing a major industrial chemical.
 
   The Use of Biochemistry within BiotechnologyThe Use of Biochemistry within Biotechnology
 
While biochemistry is the study of chemical processes taking place within living organisms, biotechnology is the ultimate product of these discoveries.
 
 Using Biochemistry in Pest Control
 
Using Biochemistry in Pest ControlBiopesticides are derived from living organisms such as bacteria or plants. This article looks at the role of biochemistry in pest control.
 
 
 Study identifies a signaling protein that controls the assembly of mitochondria
 
Study identifies a signaling protein that controls the assembly of mitochondriaScientists from the University of Freiburg have identified a signaling protein that regulates the assembly of human cellular “power plants.”
 
 
 Specific and sensitive biomarker in the blood predicts symptomatic COVID-19 infection
 
Specific and sensitive biomarker in the blood predicts symptomatic COVID-19 infectionResearchers remain perplexed as to why some patients infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, remain asymptomatic while other patients develop severe disease symptoms.