Immobilized Biosystems

This book provides an overview of the immobilization of viable and non-viable cells, proteins, enzymes and active molecules, and their interaction with natural or synthetic carriers for performing biochemical and chemical reactions in vivo ...

Author: I.A. Veliky

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401113343

Category: Science

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This book provides an overview of the immobilization of viable and non-viable cells, proteins, enzymes and active molecules, and their interaction with natural or synthetic carriers for performing biochemical and chemical reactions in vivo and in vitro.

Enzyme Engineering

Author: Peter Gemeiner

Publisher: Ellis Horwood Limited

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Category: Biotechnology.

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Enzyengineering Immobilized Biosystems

Author: Peter Gemeiner

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Immobilized Cells Basics and Applications

Immobilized Biosystems. Chichester, Ellis Horwood & Bratislava: Alfa Publishers,
1992; Chapter 4.2, 159-177. 2 Gemeiner P, Stefuca V, Bâles V. Enzyme Microb
Technol 1993; 15:551-566 3 Danielsson B, Mosbach K. In: Turner APF, Karube I,
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Author: R.M. Buitelaar

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080534473

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This publication contains full papers of both oral and poster presentations of the symposium "Immobilized Cells: Basics and Applications" that was held in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, 26-29 November 1995. This volume covers recent developments in the field of immobilization e.g.: new support materials, characterization of support materials, kinetic characterizations, dynamic modelling, bioreactor types, scale up and applications are also given. Applications in the field of medicine, fermentation technology, food technology and environmental technology are described. Guidelines for research with immobilized cells. Based on the scientific sessions a strategy of research and methods for characterization of immobilized cells, especially in view of applications are given. The goal was to relate basic research to applications and to extract guidelines for characterization of immobilized cells in view of process design and application from the contributions. The manuscripts presented in these proceedings give an extensive and recent overview of the research and applications of immobilized-cell technology.

Cumulated Index Medicus

BLOOD ENZYMES , IMMOBILIZED C9 and factor B as acute phase proteins and
their diagnostic GENETICS Alumina ... ( 91 ref . ) Immobilized biosystems in
research and industry , Kennedy ENZYME STABILITY The genes of hepatic
glucose ...

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Immobilization Strategies

The first used matrix for cell immobilization is polyacrylamide. The main ...
immobilized enzymes are only minimally altered. ... of amino groups, has gained
importance as an excellent carrier in a number of industrially immobilized
biosystems.

Author: Anuj Tripathi

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9811579989

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Cell Encapsulation Technology and Therapeutics

Immobilized Living Cells methods will be described more fully in subsequent
chapters of this review . ... encapsulation and immobilization Goosen , 1993
Wastewater treatment with microbial films Iwai and Kitao , 1994 Immobilized
biosystems ...

Author: Willem M. Kühtreiber

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780817640101

Category: Medical

Page: 450

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Encapsulated cells offer enormous potential for the treatment of human disease. The 'artificial barriers' which protect living cells from the hostile immunological environment of the recipient, are an important component in transplantation of human and animal tissue. 'Cell Encapsulation Technology and Therapeutics' features in-depth reviews of all major cell encapsulation systems, as well as underlying engineering principles and mass transfer theory. The book includes detailed descriptions of chemical properties of encapsulation matericals, purification, biocompatibility issues and experimental protocols. The broad application spectrum of cell encapsulation is highlighted with chapters on topics ranging from artificial organs such as pancreas, parathyroid, liver and kidney, to central nervous system applications, hemophelia, growth hormone, lysosomal storage disease, the encapsulation of embryos and plant cells, as well as advanced cell culture in bioreactors. 'Cell Encapsulation Technology and Therapeutics' is a comprehensive reference work written by a team of international experts. In addition to being a source of practical information for scientists working in the field of cell encapsulation, it will interest biotechnological and pharmaceutical researchers.

Bioelectrochemical Applications of Reactions Catalyzed by Immobilized Enzymes

... groups has been widely used in a number of industrial immobilized biosystems
. PEI was coated onto inert , inorganic supports for immobilizing glucose oxidase
( 9 ) , lactate dehydrogenase , trypsin ( 10 ) , penicillin amidase , amino acylase ...

Author: Xiao-Jing Tang

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Category: Catalysis

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High resolution imaging and nanofabrication of biosystems from ligands proteins to bacteria

AFM investigations have focused on the morphological characterization of
immobilized biosystems . For instance , AFM images have revealed the
quaternary structure and periodicity of individual filaments of collagen , the
aggregation of ...

Author: Nabil Adnan Amro

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Page: 256

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The Immobilization of Antibodies Onto Microfabricated Devices

64 65 66 67 69 70 71 72 73 H.H. Weetall , “ Preparation of immobilized proteins
covalently coupled through silane coupling agents to inorganic ... 74 75 76 77 78
79 80 81 82 83 1 84 85 86 Immobilized Biosystems : Theory and Practical 79.

Author: Amir Hossein Nashat

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Immobilised Living Cell Systems

Tampion , J . and Tampion , M . D . ( 1987 ) Immobilized Cells : Principles and
Applications , Cambridge University Press , Cambridge . Veliky , I . A . and
McLean , R . C . J . ( 1994 ) Immobilized Biosystems , Blackie Academic , London
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Author: Ronnie G. Willaert

Publisher: John Wiley & Son Limited

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Category: Science

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Fundamentals. Experimental techniques. Case studies.

Cambridge Scientific Biochemistry Abstracts

Heavy metal lon inactivation of urease covalently Immobilized on glutaraldehyde
- pretreated chitosan membrane was ... concentration of amino groups , has
found acceptance as a carrier in a number of Industrial Immobilized biosystems .

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Biomagnetism and Magnetic Biosystems Based on Molecular Recognition Processes

Sandwich ” Immuno - recognition Assays For the preparation of immunosensitive
surfaces , specific antibodies against common structure antigens ( CSA ) of
Salmonella sp . whole cells were covalently immobilized on the gold surface
through ...

Author: J.A.C. Bland

Publisher: American Institute of Physics

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Category: Science

Page: 196

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All papers have been peer-reviewed. Point-of-care medical diagnostics could be accelerated by a new generation of lab-on-drip devices exploiting nanoscale magnetic effects. The Conference encompassed biomagnetism, biomolecular sensors based on manipulation/detection of magnetic entities and the associated surface chemistry. It publicized research highlights in nanomagnetism, biology, medicine, chemical engineering, and bioinformatics, while establishing vital links between workers in the emerging interdisciplinary field of “Biomagnetronic”.

Reviews in Chemical Engineering

... 1988 Physiology of immobilised cells de Bont et al . , 1990 Fundamentals of
animal cell encapsulation and immobilization Goosen , 1993 Wastewater
treatment with microbial films Iwai and Kitao , 1994 Immobilized biosystems :
theory and ...

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Category: Chemical engineering

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Charge and Field Effects in Biosystems 3

The emulsion enzymology enables one to study naturally immobilized membrane
enzymes in conditions close to the native ones . The paper ( Post et al . , 1984 )
explicitly showed that bacteriorhodopsin immobilized upon the water / lipid - in ...

Author: ALLEN

Publisher: Birkhäuser

ISBN: 9780817635640

Category: Science

Page: 502

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Study Biomolecular Interactions by Bioconjugate Chemistry and Scanning Probe Nanolithography

AFM has been used extensively to probe biosystems such as eukaryotic cells , [ 6
] bacteria , ( 61-64 ) viruses [ 65-67 ) and proteins . ( 68-72 ] AFM investigations
have focused on the morphological characterization of immobilized biosystems .

Author: Jue Wang

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Intl Biosystems

ETHANOL FERMENTATION The ethanol production by yeasts cells immobilized
in carrageenan gel beds has been studied . The entrapment of cells in
carrageenan cells , as well as other natural polimers , has the main advantages
of being ...

Author: Donald L. Wise

Publisher: CRC-Press

ISBN: 9780849348532

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 256

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Aslib Book Guide

66.098 Biotechnology GEMEINER , P. 562 Enzyme engineering : immobilized
biosystems . ... In this book the use of polysaccharides as matrices for
immobilization are examined and chromolytic techniques which use the phase
boundary of ...

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Mededelingen

79 : 617 - 624 Gemeiner P , Rexová L , Švec F , Norlow O ( 1994 ) Natural and
synthetic carriers suitable for immobilization of viable cells , active organells , and
molecules . In : Veliky IA , McLean RJC ( eds ) Immobilized biosystems , Blackie ...

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Category: Agriculture

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Bibliography of Agriculture with Subject Index

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