Bioseparation and bioprocessing, Volume 1

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Wiley-VCH, 1998 - Science - 1052 pages
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Rapid developments in biotechnology create a demand for practical, up-to-date reviews written by and for experts in industry. This compact handbook provides all relevant up-to-date information on important bioseparation and bioprocessing techniques that are actively applied in the biotechnology industries. The handbook presents an applications-orientated overview on
- case studies and general strategies for quality control and characterization
- detailed guidelines on developing economic and technically feasible bioseparation schemes
- strategies and methods for intracellular bioproduct release
- chromatographic and membrane downstream processes used in biotechnology
- applications of modern non-invasive methods such as neural networks for on-line estimation and control of fermentation variables on an industrial scale
- a practical, commercially-relevant guide to biosafety
and many more aspects which are indispensible for present and future industrial success.

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Contents

Strategies in Downstream Processing
3
Protein Stability in Downstream Processing
31
Production of Transgenic Protein
67
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About the author (1998)

Dr. Ganapathy Subramanian is a biotechnology consultant with over 30 years experience in both industry and academia, in the application and development of processing, purification methodologies and chromatographic systems for large-scale use in environmental science, food science, perfumery cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. He has also taught extensively in the area of food and medical technology.
A chemistry graduate from Madras, India, Dr Subramanian was awarded his Doctorate from the University of Glasgow, for work on natural products, and his main research interests lie in the utilisation of natural material separation processes and bio-conversions.
Dr. Subramanian has written and edited a number of books and articles in the field of biotechnology. For the last 10 years, he has been organizing conferences promoting the integration and sharing of knowledge between academia and industry.

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