About us

The Applied Biotechnology Research Group (ABRG) aims towards the exploitation of biological resources for the production and development of a range of bio-products and their use for environmental, medical and chemical/biochemical applications.

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We are involved in a range of projects including the development of a blood test for recurrent breast cancer, and research into diet and lifestyle.

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Single chamber microbial fuel cells that will be used in this project.


  • Hollands, P. (2009) The Basic Biology of Cord Blood Stem Cells In: Stubblefield P, Bhattacharya N (eds.) Frontiers of Cord Blood Science. Springer, London.
  • Hollands, P. & McCauley, C. (2009). Private cord blood banking: Current Use and Clinical Future. Stem Cell Reviews & Reports in press
  • Philip S.E., Sengupta S., Keshavarz T., Roy, I.2009. Effect of impeller speed and pH on the production of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate). Biomacromolecules epub ahead of print



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Applied Biotechnology research group, 115 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 6UW.

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Contact us

Contact Dr Godfrey Kyazze:

T: +44 (0)20 7911 5000 ext. 64123
E: [email protected]