Biotechnology Techniques

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Subject: Biotechnology Techniques
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 1998 16:59:40 -0500 (EST)

Biotechnology Techniques

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ISSN: 0951-208X

BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNIQUES is a subscription-based electronic version of the
print journal of the same title published by Chapman & Hall. Full-text is
available as PDF files.

BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNIQUES is the world's leading rapid-publication primary
journal dedicated to biotechnology as a whole - that is, to topics
relating to actual or potential applications of biological reactions
effected by microbial, plant or animal cells and derived biocatalysts. Any
relevant aspects of genetics and cell biochemistry, of process and reactor
design, of pre- and post-treatment steps, and of manufacturing or service
operations, are therefore included. Contributions from industrial and
academic laboratories are equally welcome, and restricted disclosure is
acceptable where it does not conflict with clear and useful communication.

Recent Contents:

Residual stability of lipase from Candida rugosain hexane, supercritical
CO 2, and supercritical SF 6: F.-J. Kao, S.A. Ekhorutomwen, S.P. Sawan,
PP. 0849-0852

Enzymatic esterification reaction in organic media with continuous water
stripping: effect of water content on reactor performance and enzyme
agglomeration: J.C. Jeong, S.B. Lee, PP. 0853-0858

Development of microbial biofilms on various surfaces for the treatment of
heavy metal containing effluents: A. Meyer, F.M. Wallis, PP. 0859-0863

A model-based feeding strategy for fed-batch fermentation of recombinant
Pichia pastoris: M.C. doAnjou, A.J. Daugulis, PP. 0865-0868

Dimethyl sulfoxide induces multilayer aggregates and prolongs survival of
primary cultured hepatocytes: J.F. Liang, T. Akaike, PP. 0869-0872

Reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction for amantadine
susceptibility testing of influenza viruses: P.-C. Suen, K.-C. Tsao, T.-L.
Wu, H.-C. Ning, T.-Z. Liu, S.-R. Shih, PP. 0873-0878

Induction of flocculation in Pediococcus damnosusby different yeast
strains: K. Van den Bremt, D. Iserentant, H. Verachtert, PP. 0879-0884

Application of fluorosome stopped-flow spectrophotometry to monitor the
entry of molecules into lipid bilayers: D.L. Melchior, A. Makriyannis, PP.
0885-0888

Production of trimethylolpropane esters of rapeseed oil fatty acids by
immobilized lipase: Y.-Y. Linko, T. Tervakangas, M. LŠmsŠ, P. Linko, PP.
0889-0892

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