Quantity 10 on distinct methods completes the second one version of the Biotechnology sequence supplying an outline on leading edge and specific fields of biotechnology. within the different volumes of the sequence many greater components of biotechnology are taken care of with recognize to important facets, whereas quantity 10 covers extra really good topics.
parts that are expected to have a hugely promising destiny are nanobiotechnology, bioelectrochemical gasoline cells, bacteriorhodopsin and different elements used as details systems.
additional fields - even if small - are of present significance resembling marine biotechnology, biotechnology in phytopathology, biotechnology with extremophiles, and biotechnology with protozoa.
quantity 10 permits the reader to entry those and additional distinct fields of biotechnology. The confirmed caliber of in depth references offers an outstanding foundation to achieve extra perception into the fields.
Chapter 1 Bioelectrochemical gasoline Cells (pages 5–23): Dieter Sell
Chapter 2 upkeep of mobile Cultures?with specific Emphasis on Eukaryotic Cells (pages 26–40): Claudia Bardouille
Chapter three New tools of Screening in Biotechnology (pages 41–60): Klaus Frobel and Susanne Metzger
Chapter four Biocatalysis below severe stipulations (pages 61–103): Costanzo Bertoldo, Ralf Grote and Garabed Antranikian
Chapter five Biotechnology with Cyanobacteria and Microalgae (pages 105–136): Otto Pulz, Karl Scheibenbogen and Wolfgang Gro?
Chapter 6 Biotechnology with Protozoa (pages 137–149): Arno Tiedtke
Chapter 7 Biotechnology of Coal (pages 152–189): Jurgen Klein, Rene Fakoussa, Udo Holker, Martin Hofrichter, Helmut Schmiers, Christoph Sinder and Alexander Steinbuchel
Chapter eight Microbial Leaching of Metals (pages 191–224): Helmut Brandl
Chapter nine Accumulation and Transformation of Metals via Microorganisms (pages 225–264): Geoffrey M. Gadd
Chapter 10 Microbial Corrosion and its Inhibition (pages 265–316): Wolfgang Sand
Chapter eleven supplements and similar Compounds: Microbial construction (pages 318–340): Sakayu Shimizu
Chapter 12 Biochemistry of Polyketide Synthases (pages 341–372): Rajesh S. Gokhale and Dipika Tuteja
Chapter thirteen Biotechnological creation of Terpenoid taste and perfume Compounds (pages 373–422): Jens Schrader and Ralf G. Berger
Chapter 14 New Degradable Resins (pages 423–438): Alexander Steinbuchel
Chapter 15 Marine Biotechnology (pages 440–484): Ulrike Lindequist and Thomas Schweder
Chapter sixteen Biotechnology in Plant safeguard (pages 485–506): Frank Niepold and Klaus Rudolph
Chapter 17 Biotechnology in house (pages 507–521): Heide Schnabl
Chapter 18 Biotechnology within the Pulp and Paper (pages 523–546): Liisa Viikari, Mana Tenkanen and Anna Suurnakki
Chapter 19 Microencapsulation?Based mobile remedy (pages 547–571): Ulrich Zimmermann, Hubert Cramer, Anette Jork, Frank Thurmer, Heiko Zimmermann, Gunter Fuhr, Christian Hasse and Matthias Rothmund
Chapter 20 reviews on different Fields of Biotechnology (pages 573–586): Hans?Jurgen Rehm
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This includes appropriate cryopreservation and storage facilities. 1 Terminology Terms and definitions in the cell culture field are still subject to discussion and partly to controversy (SCHAEFFER,1989; HAYFLICK, 1990). Here, the following categories will be used: Primary cell culture A culture that has been derived from tissues, organs, or cells directly from the organism without passage. Generally, a mixture of cell types can be found representing the original tissue material. , cell lines MRC-5, WI-38).
Enzyme utilizing Bio-FuelCell studies, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 88,375-383. YUE,P. , LOWHER,K. (1986), Enzymatic oxidation of C , compounds in a biochemical fuel cell, Chem. Eng. J. 33, B69-B77. ZIEGLER,H. ), pp. 214-225. Stuttgart, New York: G. Fischer. 3 DNA Fingerprinting 35 5 Safety and Regulatory Considerations 35 6 Culture Collections 36 7 Trends and Future Developments 38 8 References 38 28 2 Maintenance of Cell Cultures - with Special Emphasis on Eukaryotic Cells 1 Introduction 2 Maintenance The application and use of cell cultures has seen dramatic changes in the last 120 years starting with Roux performing experiments with embryonic chick cells in 1885, the establishment of the human HeLa cell line in 1948 to the large-scale production of biopharmaceuticals in cell lines (MIZRAHIand LAZAR, 1988; LUBINIECKI, 1998).
I. (1999), Freshney’s Culture ofAnimal FRESHNEY, Ce1ls:AMultimedia Guide. New York: Wiley-Liss. FRESHNEY,R. I. (2000), Culture of Animal Cells: A Manual of Basic Technique, 4th Edn. New York Wiley -Liss. HAY,R. J. (1988),The seed’stockconcept and quality control,for cell lines, Anal. Biochem. 171,225-237. HAYFLICK, L. (1989), History of cell substrates used for human biologicals, Dev. Biol. Stand. 70,ll-26. HAYFLICK, L. (1990), In the interest of clearer communication, In vitro Cell. Dev. Biol.