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==Recent Lab News==
==Recent Lab News==
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'''4/2013'''    A paper entitled “A designed, phase changing RTX-based peptide for efficient bioseparations” by Shur, Dooley, Blenner, Baltimore and Banta was published in ''BioTechniques''.
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'''4/2013'''    A paper entitled “Functional assembly of a multi-enzyme cascade on the surface-displayed trifunctional scaffold for enhanced NADH production” by Liu, Banta, and Chen was published in ''Chemical Communications''.
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'''4/2013'''    The Banta Lab was active with 3 platform presentations at the 245th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in New Orleans, LA.  '''Tushar Patel''' gave a talk entitled “Whole-cell Biocatalysts for CO2 Hydration”.  '''Kevin Dooley''' gave a talk entitled “Engineering the repeats-in-toxin (RTX) domain for molecular recognition”.  And, '''Sudipta Majumdar''' gave a talk entitled “Conversion of electrical energy to isobutanol using chemolithoautotrophic iron oxidizing bacteria Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans”. '''Professor Banta''' is the currently the Chair-Elect for the BIOT division of ACS.
'''3/2013'''    A Highlight article entitled “Self-Assembling Enzyme Networks—A New Path towards Multistep Bioelectrocatalytic Systems” by Uwe Schroder was published in ''Angewandte Chemie International Edition'' and this article highlighted our recent manuscript “Complete oxidation of methanol in biobattery devices using a hydrogel created from three modified dehydrogenases” by Kim et al.
'''3/2013'''    A Highlight article entitled “Self-Assembling Enzyme Networks—A New Path towards Multistep Bioelectrocatalytic Systems” by Uwe Schroder was published in ''Angewandte Chemie International Edition'' and this article highlighted our recent manuscript “Complete oxidation of methanol in biobattery devices using a hydrogel created from three modified dehydrogenases” by Kim et al.

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