Advances in High Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology: Proceedings of the International Conference on High Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology, Heildelberg, August 30-September 3, 1998
Springer, Jan 1, 1999 - Science - 584 pages
At present, there is growing interest in high pressure bioscience and biotechnology. The activities are nearly equally distributed between fundamental research and applications. With original work on marine and terrestrial microbiology, biochemicstry, molecular biology, deep-sea diving, food science and other industrial applications, this book covers the whole range of current high pressure bioscience. Advances in High Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology will be welcomed by all industrial and academic researchers who are working in this field.
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Abstract acid activity ambient pressure applied atmospheric pressure bacteria Balny barotolerance bilayer membrane Bioscience and Biotechnology Biotechnology buffer cells changes cheese Chem complex concentration decompression decrease denaturation effect of high effect of pressure enzyme Escherichia coli fluorescence freezing Gouda cheese heat shock Heremans high hydrostatic pressure high pressure treatment hydration hydrophobic hydrostatic pressure hyperbaric inactivation increase incubated induced investigated Katholieke Universiteit Leuven kbar kinetics Leuven lipoxygenase lysozyme Materials & Methods measured microbial microorganisms milk ml/mol molecule mutant neutral trehalase nitrogen observed obtained ovalbumin parameters pasteurized phase transition pressure and temperature pressure effects pressure resistance pressure treated pressure-induced pressurised protein reaction residues Results & Discussion Saccharomyces cerevisiae samples showed shown solution spectroscopy spores stability starch strain structure substrate Table Technology thawing thermal thermotolerance trehalose unfolding untreated vessel volume yeast