bioseparation


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bioseparation

[‚bī·ō‚sep·ə′rā·shən]
(biochemistry)
The recovery of a product from solutions of cells and media; the process used must avoid harsh conditions that could damage the product.
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8] Per Karsnas, 1999, Chromatography: Hydrophobic interaction, In: the Encyclopedia of bioprocess technology: fermentation, biocatalysis and bioseparation, M.
Center for Advanced Bioseparation Technology, Inha University, Incheon, 402-751, Korea
Center for BioSeparation Technology, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, India
Additional interests of his include biosensors and bioseparation, multiscale discrete/continuum mechanics and biomechanics; mechanics of composite materials and structures; Thermoelasticity; Homogenization Theory; Functionally graded materials.
The technical competencies are listed in the following categories: demonstrate scientific method; conducting experiments; laboratory safety and maintenance; instrument analysis; chemical materials handling and sampling; physical properties measurement; biohazard storage, handling, and disposal; basic microbiology; biochemical technology; molecular biology technology; cell culturing; protein bioseparation methods; fermentation technology; microbiology for biotechnology; bioethics; water and wastewater treatment operations; environmental science; environmental assessments; introduction to industry; technical writing and documentation; computer applications for biotechnology; and a bioinformatics strand for database administration, data warehousing, and statistics.
Bioseparation steps frequently pose the greatest impediment to scale-up of a process, and given current trends in food manufacturing and new development in biotechnolgy, bioseparations are likely to become even more critical in the future.
Fong, Fabrication and bioseparation studies of adsorptive membranes/felts made from electrospun cellulose acetate nanofibers.
BioToolomics is a world leader in the bioseparation which is used to develop treatments based on antibodies, vaccines, gene vectors and enzymes.
Measurement and Modelling of the Thermal Inactivation," Bioseparation 1, 161-170 (1990).