Bioseparations: downstream processing for biotechnology

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Wiley, 1988 - Science - 368 pages
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Offers a concise introduction to the separation and purification of biochemicals. Bridges two scientific cultures, providing an introduction to bioseparations for scientists with no background in engineering and for engineers with little grounding in biology. The authors supplement the ideas by simple worked examples, making the techniques of bioseparations easy to learn. Discusses removal of insolubles, product isolation, purification and polishing.

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Contents

Filtration and Microfiltration
14
Centrifugation
47
Cell Disruption
77
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