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  • Moderate Expression of SEC16 Increases Protein Secretion by Saccharomyces cerevisiae

    Bao, Jichen; Huang, Mingtao; Petranovic, Dina; Nielsen, Jens B. (2017)
    Projects: EC | INSYSBIO (247013)
    The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is widely used to produce biopharmaceutical proteins. However, the limited capacity of the secretory pathway may reduce its productivity. Here, we increased the secretion of a heterologous beta-amylase, a model protein used for studying the protein secretory pathway in yeast, by moderately overexpressing SEC16, which is involved in protein translocation from the endoplasmic reticulum to the Golgi apparatus. The moderate overexpression of SEC16 increased beta...

    Continuous wave-pumped wavelength conversion in low-loss silicon nitride waveguides

    Krückel, Clemens; Torres Company, Victor; Andrekson, Peter; Spencer, Daryl; Bauters, Jared; Heck, Martijn; Bowers, John (2015)
    Projects: EC | PSOPA (291618)
    In this Letter we introduce a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS)-compatible low-loss Si3N4 waveguide platform for nonlinear integrated optics. The waveguide has a moderate nonlinear coefficient of 285 W∕km, but the achieved propagation loss of only 0.06 dB∕cm and the ability to handle high optical power facilitate an optimal waveguide length for wavelength conversion. We observe a constant quadratic dependence of the four-wave mixing (FWM) process on the continuous-wav...

    9.0% power conversion efficiency from ternary all-polymer solar cells

    Li, Zhaojun; Xu, Xiaofeng; Zhang, W.; Meng, X.; Genene, Z.; Ma, W.; Mammo, W.; Yartsev, A.; Andersson, M.R.; Janssen, R.A.J.; Wang, Ergang (2017)
    Projects: EC | SUNFLOWER (287594)
    Integration of a third component into a single-junction polymer solar cell (PSC) is regarded as an attractive strategy to enhance the performance of PSCs. Although binary all-polymer solar cells (all-PSCs) have recently emerged with compelling power conversion efficiencies (PCEs), the PCEs of ternary all-PSCs still lag behind those of the state-of-the-art binary all-PSCs, and the advantages of ternary systems are not fully exploited. In this work, we realize high-performance ternary all-PSCs ...

    Nanochannel diodes based on InAs/Al80Ga20Sb heterostructures: Fabrication and zero-bias detector properties

    Westlund, Andreas; Nilsson, Per-Åke; Sangaré, P.; Ducournau, G.; Gaquière, C.; Desplanque, L.; Wallart, X.; Grahn, Jan (2015)
    Projects: EC | ROOTHZ (243845)
    The authors present a novel process for fabrication of deep submicron isolation patterns in InAs/Al80Ga20Sb heterostructures. The process is demonstrated by processing InAs/Al80Ga20Sb self-switching diodes (SSDs). SSDs require high-resolution isolation patterns, which presents a major fabrication challenge because of the oxidation sensitivity of Al(Ga)Sb alloys. The presented fabrication process completely avoided exposure of Al(Ga)Sb to air and resulted in an isolation pattern with a feature...

    The Potential of a Hybrid Fixed/User Relay Architecture -- A Performance Analysis

    Papadogiannis, Agisilaos; Yutao, Sui; Svensson, Tommy (2012)
    Projects: EC | ARTIST4G (247223)
    Future wireless systems are likely to comprise a dense grid of fixed relay nodes (FRNs) and contain a large number of user terminals (UTs) that can act as user relay nodes (URNs) under certain circumstances. In this paper we argue that significant gains can be attained if FRNs and URNs act together under the umbrella of a hybrid architecture. To this end, we derive closed-form expressions for the outage probability (OP) and an ergodic capacity upper bound of a dual-hop system as a function of...
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