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[[Banta:PE|Protein Engineering]] and [[Banta:ME|Metabolic Engineering]]
[[Banta:PE|Protein Engineering]] and [[Banta:ME|Metabolic Engineering]]
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Our overall Research Goal is to use the techniques from these areas to create new solutions and enabling technologies for important applications.
 
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We have several ongoing projects in the lab, and you can follow these links to learn more about our current research activities.
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The overall research goal of the Banta Lab is to use the techniques from these areas to create new solutions and enabling technologies for a variety of important applications.
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Catalytic Protein-Based Hydrogels for Bioelectrodes
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We have many ongoing projects in the lab, and you can follow these links to learn more about our current research activities.
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Novel Peptides for Targeted Drug Delivery
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[[Banta:Gels|Bifunctional Proteinaceous Hydrogels for Bioelectrocatalysis]]
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Directed Evolution of Conformational Changes in Peptides
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[[Banta:CPPs|Novel Peptides for Targeted Drug Delivery]]
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Protein Engineering and Metabolic Modeling of Biofuel Cells
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[[Banta:BetaRoll|Evolving the Beta Roll Domain for Regulated Molecular Recognition]]
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Evolved Binding Peptides
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[[Banta:AKR|Altering the Substrate and Cofactor Specificities of a Dehydrogenase]]
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Enzymatic Electrodes for Biosensing
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[[Banta:Peptides|Evolving Peptides for Molecular Recognition]]
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Engineering Enzymatic Cofactor Specificity
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[[Banta:Sensors|Engineering Enzymatic Biosensors]]
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[[Banta:Adsorption|Characterization of the Consequences of Protein Adsorption]]
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[[Banta:BFCs|Protein Engineering and Metabolic Modeling of Biofuel Cells]]
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[[Banta:CCS|Engineering of Conformational Changes in Peptides]]

Revision as of 20:27, 14 June 2009

Research Interests


Our Research Interests are rooted in the fields of:

Protein Engineering and Metabolic Engineering


The overall research goal of the Banta Lab is to use the techniques from these areas to create new solutions and enabling technologies for a variety of important applications.

We have many ongoing projects in the lab, and you can follow these links to learn more about our current research activities.

Bifunctional Proteinaceous Hydrogels for Bioelectrocatalysis

Novel Peptides for Targeted Drug Delivery

Evolving the Beta Roll Domain for Regulated Molecular Recognition

Altering the Substrate and Cofactor Specificities of a Dehydrogenase

Evolving Peptides for Molecular Recognition

Engineering Enzymatic Biosensors

Characterization of the Consequences of Protein Adsorption

Protein Engineering and Metabolic Modeling of Biofuel Cells

Engineering of Conformational Changes in Peptides

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