3 edition of Membranes in Bioprocessing (Elsevier Applied Biotechnology) found in the catalog.
September 30, 1993
Written in English
|Contributions||J.A. Howell (Editor), V. Sanchez (Editor), R.W. Field (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
am - pm 2 Membranes for Water Treatment Applications Duquesne SUNDAY, MAY 12 am - pm 3 Membranes for Gas Separations Birmingham/Smithfield am - pm 4 Polymeric and Inorganic Membrane Materials and Membrane Formation Benedum am - pm 5 Membranes for Bioprocessing DuquesneFile Size: 3MB. The Biotechnology and Bioprocessing series offers in-depth presentations from respected experts and thought leaders in academia and industry. Titles explore recent developments and best practices that facilitate successful commercialization of Biotech Products. The series focus is on technologies, process development improvements, and new applications that would result in production of safe.
These are the sources and citations used to research Bioprocessing. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Sunday, Febru E-book or PDF. Integrates knowledge on microfiltration and ultrification, membrane chemistry, and characterization methods with the engineering and economic aspects of device performance, device and module design, processes, and applications. The text provides a discussion of membrane fundamentals and an analytical framework for designing and developing new filtrations systems for a broad range of Reviews: 1.
Cell bioprocessing. Cell therapy bioprocessing is a discipline that bridges the fields of cell therapy and bioprocessing (i.e., biopharmaceutical manufacturing), and is a sub-field of bioprocess goals of cell therapy bioprocessing are to establish reproducible and robust manufacturing processes for the production of therapeutic cells. Membrane processes are increasingly used in pharmaceutical and biochemical engineering and biotechnology for concentration and purification, synthesis of molecules and drug delivery systems, and support for biochemical reactions. This book provides a state-of-the art overview of the classical membrane processes used in pharmaceutical and biochemical engineering and .
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Membrane technology is a rapidly developing area, with key growth accross the process sector, including biotech separation and biomedical applications (e.g. haemodialysis, artificial lungs), through to large scale industrial applications in the water and waste-water processing and the food Membranes in Bioprocessing book drink industries.
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The book serves as an advanced text on the theory and use of a selection of membrane processes of value in bioprocessing. The applications referred to range from preparing pure water through harvesting of cells and concentration of products to recovery of products such as dry ethanol (by prevaporation).
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HOWELL School ofChemical Engineering, University ofBath, Claverton Down, Bath, UK, BA2 7AY WHAT IS A MEMBRANE PROCESS. Every day over 20 million litres of brackish water are pumped out of the ground near Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and passed through thin sheets of cellulose acetate known as reverse osmosis membranes before being used as part of the city's water supply.
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In recent years surface-modified membrane materials have appeared, as well as affinity and ion-exchange membranes for adsorption-mediated by: 9. Bioprocess membrane technology. new membranes and modules have been developed specifically to meet the requirements of the biotechnology industry.
bioprocessing and biomedical applications. Purchase Ultrafiltration for Bioprocessing - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNDr. Andrew Zydney. Andrew Zydney, Bayard D. Kunkle Chair and Professor of Chemical Engineering, Penn State University received the Alan S. Michaels Award for his work in microfiltration, membrane fouling, and applications of membranes in bioprocessing, a field that was also at the core of much of Alan Michaels’ pioneering efforts.
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Journal of Membrane Science () 16–50 Review Bioprocess membrane technology Robert van Reis∗, Andrew Zydney Genentech, Inc., 1 DNA Way, South San Francisco, CAUnited States. Solid State Fermentation Microorganisms grow on a moistened solid surface without free flowing water, but have free access to air.
Low capital investment, water utilization, waste water, and energy requirement (no agitation) No foam formation Simple fermentation media Less space Less control techniques Ease in controlling bacterial contamination.The industry that has especially benefited by membranes is biotechnology (pharmaceuticals, enzymes, fermentation).
In addition, there is a growing nutraceutical industry that uses individual components in plants, milk and whey with specific biological activities to give health-promoting benefits and to treat certain physiological disorders.Ultrafiltration for Bioprocessing is key reading for all those involved in the biotechnology and biopharmaceutical areas.
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