Adhesives is a term used to describe a material that is capable of holding together solid materials by surface attachment. The oldest adhesives are proteins and polysaccharides, which are high molecular weight natural polymers derived from plants and animals. Today most adhesives are made from synthetic polymers range from commodity products used in box and carped manufacturing and highly specialized used in surgery and aerospace such as cyanoacrylate or sealant. Read more.,.
Biomarker is a term used to describe a biochemical substances whose presence and structure serves as a signature of life, for example a measureable DNA/RNA or protein is such an indicator (diagnostic and prognostic) of normal biological process. Read more..
Bioreactor is a term used as an apparatus which is used to carry out any kind of bioprocess such as fermenters and enzyme reactors. Read more..
A bioreceptor is a biological molecular species (e.g., an antibody, an enzyme, a protein, or a nucleic (acid) or a living biological system (e.g., cells, tissue, or whole organisms) that utilizes a biochemical mechanism for recognition. Read more..
Biosilk is a term used to describe a biomimetic, synthetic fibre manufactured by sequencing protein (dragline silk) produced by the orb-weaving spider Nephila Clavipes. The protein produced by this spider is called dragline silk and consists mainly of alanine and glycine. Read more..