Shadi Rahimi works as the researcher in the division of Systems and Synthetic Biology. She focuses her research on bacterial metabolite engineering. The goal is to get benefits of the bacterial metabolism for biotechnological production of biofuel and valuable metabolites.
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Ginsenoside Rg3 Reduces the Toxicity of Graphene Oxide Used for pH-Responsive Delivery of Doxorubicin to Liver and Breast Cancer Cells
Enriched microbial communities for ammonium and nitrite removal from recirculating aquaculture systems
Cellular and subcellular interactions of graphene-based materials with cancerous and non-cancerous cells
Chitosan, chitosan nanoparticles and modified chitosan biomaterials, a potential tool to combat salinity stress in plants
A Road Map toward Field-Effect Transistor Biosensor Technology for Early Stage Cancer Detection
Editorial: Efficient Treatment of Industrial Wastewater With Microbiome and Synthetic Biology
Graphene-based sensor for detection of bacterial pathogens
Sustained release of usnic acid from graphene coatings ensures long term antibiofilm protection
Synthesis and characterization of glycol chitosan coated selenium nanoparticles acts synergistically to alleviate oxidative stress and increase ginsenoside content in Panax ginseng
Interactions Between Graphene-Based Materials and Biological Surfaces: A Review of Underlying Molecular Mechanisms
Evolutionary Analysis of the Bacillus subtilis Genome Reveals New Genes Involved in Sporulation
Cold-Resistant Heterotrophic Ammonium and Nitrite-Removing Bacteria Improve Aquaculture Conditions of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
Technologies for biological removal and recovery of nitrogen from wastewater
Co-culturing Bacillus subtilis and wastewater microbial community in a bio-electrochemical system enhances denitrification and butyrate formation
Triterpenoid-biosynthetic UDP-glycosyltransferases from plants
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Engineering Bacillus subtilis for simultaneous treatment of municipal and industrial waste water