The expansion of the global market for microbes and microbial products have been increasingly demanding the full exploitation of bacteria with high activity and stability. Single-cell yolk-shell nanoencapsulation, a novel technique recently reported by a scientist team based in China and Belgium, can endow living bacteria with a hierarchical ordered porous structure, significantly enhancing biological activity and stability for various nanobiotechnological functionalisation and applications.
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