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.
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.
Browse through some of our recent and ongoing projects below.
- 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
Find out more about our academic staff and up to date details of our research outputs.
Applied Biotechnology research group, 115 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 6UW.