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Analytical Biotechnology

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Modern analytical biotechnology is focused on the use of a set of enabling platform technologies that provide contemporary, state-of-the-art tools for genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, drug discovery, screening, and analysis of natural product molecules. Thus, analytical biotechnology covers all areas of bioanalysis from biochips and nano-chemistry to biology and high throughput screening. Moreover, it aims to apply advanced automation and micro fabrica tion technology to the development of robotic and fluidic devices as well as integrated systems. This book focuses on enhancement technology development by promoting cross-disciplinary approaches directed toward solving key problems in biology and medicine. The scope thus brings under one umbrella many different techniques in allied areas. The purpose is to support and teach the fundamental principles and practical uses of major instrumental techniques. Major platforms are the use of immobilized molecules in biotechnology and bioanalysis, im munological techniques, immunological strip tests, fluorescence detection and confocal techniques, optical and electrochemical biosensors, biochips, micro dotting, novel transducers such as nano clusters, atomic force microscopy based techniques and analysis in complex media such as fermentation broth, plasma and serum. Techniques related to HPLC, capillary electrophoresis, gel electrophoresis, and mass spectrometry have not been included in this book but will be covered by further publications. Fundamentals in analytical biotechnology include basic and practical aspects of characterizing and analyzing DNA, proteins, and small metabolites.

Analytical Biotechnology

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Modern analytical biotechnology is focused on the use of a set of enabling platform technologies that provide contemporary, state-of-the-art tools for genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, drug discovery, screening, and analysis of natural product molecules. Thus, analytical biotechnology covers all areas of bioanalysis from biochips and nano-chemistry to biology and high throughput screening. Moreover, it aims to apply advanced automation and micro fabrica tion technology to the development of robotic and fluidic devices as well as integrated systems. This book focuses on enhancement technology development by promoting cross-disciplinary approaches directed toward solving key problems in biology and medicine. The scope thus brings under one umbrella many different techniques in allied areas. The purpose is to support and teach the fundamental principles and practical uses of major instrumental techniques. Major platforms are the use of immobilized molecules in biotechnology and bioanalysis, im munological techniques, immunological strip tests, fluorescence detection and confocal techniques, optical and electrochemical biosensors, biochips, micro dotting, novel transducers such as nano clusters, atomic force microscopy based techniques and analysis in complex media such as fermentation broth, plasma and serum. Techniques related to HPLC, capillary electrophoresis, gel electrophoresis, and mass spectrometry have not been included in this book but will be covered by further publications. Fundamentals in analytical biotechnology include basic and practical aspects of characterizing and analyzing DNA, proteins, and small metabolites.

Capillary Electrophoresis in Analytical Biotechnology

Author : Pier Giorgio Righetti
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This new book on capillary electrophoresis (CE) is unique in its focus on biotechnology. It is devoted to proteins, peptides, and techniques especially useful in the area of recombinant DNA products. Emphasis is also placed on glycoproteins. Because of the growing role of the glycosylation process in CE, a comprehensive chapter on the subject acts as a book within a book. Although this well-known researcher in biotechnology presents a number of chapters extensively discussing theories, important practical aspects in the routine use of capillary electrophoresis are also covered.

Analytical Biotechnology

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ANABIOTEC '92 focused on the further integration of biotechnology and analytical chemistry. The results of this symposium clearly demonstrated that a substantial progress could be reported in the application of both conventional and new analytical techniques, the latter essentially based on natural analytical tools such as biomolecules. The main themes covered during this meeting are fermentation monitoring, chromatography, instrumental analysis, biosensors and bioanalysis.

Analytical Biotechnology

Author : Csaba Horváth
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This volume presents accounts of some of the recent advances in high performance liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis with regard to biotechnology. Four of its 11 chapters present an introduction to capillary electrophoresis and discuss its application to various analytical problems ranging from the analysis of cyclic nucleotides to quality control in the pharmaceutical industry. Subsequent chapters cover recent developments in HPLC, with emphasis on analysis of pharmaceutical proteins; the problems associated with the use of HPLC as a detection method in preparative chromatography; the use of mass spectrometry in the structure determination of peptides; and the use of the displacement mode of chromatography.

Analytical Biotechnology

Author : C. van Dijk
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ANABIOTEC '92 focused on the further integration of biotechnology and analytical chemistry. The results of this symposium clearly demonstrated that a substantial progress could be reported in the application of both conventional and new analytical techniques, the latter essentially based on natural analytical tools such as biomolecules. The main themes covered during this meeting are fermentation monitoring, chromatography, instrumental analysis, biosensors and bioanalysis.

Analytical Techniques in Biotechnology

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Biotechnology is a rapidly progressing field of science and technology. It integrates principles and applications from diverse fields such as genomics, immunology, and many more. This book strives to equip the reader with thorough knowledge about various techniques of applied biotechnology, its applications in the areas of medicine, agriculture, environment, etc., along with details about the latest equipment and analytical tools which would help the reader gain an in-depth perspective about the subject. This book elucidates new techniques and their applications in a multidisciplinary approach and is apt for students of biotechnology and associated disciplines of study.

Biosensors in Analytical Biotechnology

Author : Ruth Freitag
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This book treat the subject of biosensors from a biotechnologist's viewpoint, including the application of biosensors for process monitoring in bioproduction. While some of the growing areas of biosensor development in general are touched upon, care is taken to provide the reader with information on how to actually interface the sensor bioprocess, how to automate the entire analytical procedure, and how to use computers for enhanced date evaluation. * * Key word search via icon, table of contents, conributor list or index * Commercially developed fuzzy software packages such as Earl Cox's fuzzy modelling system * Help file for on-line assistance while searching key texts

Analytical Biotechnology

Author : Séamus Higson
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Analytical Biotechnology fills a niche by introducing each topic in simple terms that requires no previous knowledge and is structured to take the reader in a logical step-by-step approach from basic principles though to the current state of the art. Topics covered by the book include: the use of biological molecules as analytical reagents (including enzymes, antibodies, aptamers, and nucleic acids), chromatography and its use within analytical biotechnology, sensors and biosensors, immunochemistry and immunosensors, nucleic acids and their use within genomic, proteomic and metabolomic techniques, biotechnology as applied to forensic science and market economics of the analytical biotechnology sector. In order to reach out to the widest possible audience, this book will cover all of the most widely used bio-analytical techniques (such as ELISAs, lateral flow tests, surface plasmon resonance, PCR and other DNA techniques) – but will also give a provide a coverage to emerging techniques such as the development of labeless electrochemical antibody assays and the use of aptamers.

Analytical Biotechnology

Author : P. M. Philopose
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North American Biotechnology Directory

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Biosensors in Analytical Biotechnology

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Biotechnology in Cartoons

Author : Reinhard Renneberg
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The book introduces to the basics of biotechnology and lets young and old cartoon fans enjoy science in a relaxed and comprehensive way. Together with Professor Nanoroo, the story's likeable protagonist, the reader discovers on how biotechnology influences our daily life. The real science behind the funny cartoons is explained briefly in separate boxes. The Story: A shooting star falls to Earth in the Kingdom Macronesia. When King Richard VIII. examines the stardust under a super microscope, he discovers a small nanoscopic intelligent being in a micro-spacecraft ... Professor Nanoroo came down from planet Nano to Earth to understand human biotechnology. Curious, he communicates with „Earthlings“, all asking hundreds of questions relating their life. Nanoroo encounters bread baking and beer brewing yeasts; disease makers and health- stabilizing bacteria; fungi producing drugs against bacteria. He experiences many adventures, rescues the king's brother from a heart attack, measures King Richard’s glucose level and the fitness of his racehorses, watches plants with their insect repellents and eats the famous and vitamin-rich „Golden Rice“. The authors: Reinhard Renneberg has been working as Professor of Analytical Biotechnology at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (www.ust.hk), the top university of Asia, since 1995. He is the author of several textbooks, including A spoonful of Biotech and Katzenklon, Katzenklon. Along with Viola Berkling, Master of Oriental Languages, he has published already in its fourth edition the extremely successful internationally recognized textbook Biotechnology for Beginners. It is translated into English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanse and Korean. The duo stands for inspiring creative as well as innovative knowledge transfer of accurate, awesome illustrated and non-boring texts from the world of biotechnology. Ming-fai Chow, the Hong Kong cartoonist has created the beautiful and excellent cartoons for this book. Story: Reinhard Renneberg, Viola Berkling, Ming Fai Chow (cartoons) Graphic layout and illustration on academic pages: Dascha Süßbier Cartoon coloring: Steffi Kaiser

Analytical Biotechnology

Author : Butterworth-Heinemann Limited
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Analytical Biotechnology

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Handbook of Analytical Biotechnology

Author : Piotr Vasilevich
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This title explores analytical biotechnology including analysis and applications involved in this field.

Analytical Techniques in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Author : Rajan Katoch
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Advances in biochemistry now allow us to control living systems in ways that were undreamt of a decade ago. This volume guides researchers and students through the full spectrum of experimental protocols used in biochemistry, plant biology and biotechnology.

The Design and Analysis of Potency Assays for Biotechnology Products

Author : Fred Brown
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The complexity of the structure and function of many biotechnology-derived products necessitates a wide range of analytical procedures to adequately characterize the product. Physicochemical techniques provide little, if any, information regarding the potency of biologicals. Therefore, the development and analysis of biological assays that measure the ability of a material to elicit a function are essential to successful product development. Bioassays such as in vivo or cell-based assays often exhibit inherent variability due to the use of living materials. It is necessary to design and execute bioassays to reduce variability as much as possible whilst enabling statistically valid measures of the reproducibility of potency estimates. The manuscripts in this volume aim to describe statistical approaches currently being used in the design and analysis of potency assays for biotechnology products, and to identify factors influencing the appropriate choice of these approaches. Issues that impact on assay design, implementation, validation and interpretation are discussed, both from the analysts and statisticians perspective.

The SV40 Replicon Model for Analysis of Anticancer Drugs

Author : Robert M. Snapka
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This volume of the Biotechnology Intelligence Unit series reviews the history of SV40 as a mammalian replicon model and covers the techniques used to analyze viral DNA replication.

Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists

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