Upscaling of Bio-Nano-Processes [electronic resource] : Selective Bioseparation by Magnetic Particles / edited by Hermann Nirschl, Karsten Keller.

By: Nirschl, Hermann [editor.]Contributor(s): Keller, Karsten [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Bioengineering: Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2014Description: XVII, 245 p. 141 illus., 29 illus. in color. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783662438992Subject(s): Chemistry | Biotechnology | Food science | Biomaterials | Chemistry | Biotechnology | Biomaterials | Food ScienceAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 660.6 LOC classification: TP248.13-248.65Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction -- Part I: Particle Synthesis and Functionalization -- New Advances in the Production of Iron-Based Nanostructures by Laser Pyrolysis -- Chemical Coprecipitation for Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Magnetite Nanoparticles -- Magnetic Microgels: Synthesis and Characterization -- Vesicles and Composite Particles by Rotating Membrane Pore Extrusion -- Synthesis of Functionalized Magnetic Beads Using Spray Drying -- Industrial Production, Surface Modification and Application of Magnetic Particles -- Part II: Magnetic Separation Devices -- Magneticall Enhanced Centrifugation for Industrial Use -- Design and Performance of a Pilot Scale High-Gradient Magnetic Filter using a Mandhala Magnet and its Application for Soy-Whey Protein Purification -- Continuous Magnetic Extraction for Protein Purification -- Part III: Process examples -- In-situ Magnetic Separation of Pilot Scale : A Tool for Process Optimization -- An Industrial Approach to High-Gradient Magnetic Filtration in the Food Industry -- Conclusion.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Despite ongoing progress in nano- and biomaterial sciences, large scale bioprocessing of nanoparticles remains a great challenge, especially because of the difficulties in removing unwanted elements during processing in food, pharmaceutical and feed industry at production level. This book presents magnetic nanoparticles and a novel technology for the upscaling of protein separation. The results come from the EU Project "MagPro2Life", which was conducted in cooperation of several european institutions and companies.
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Introduction -- Part I: Particle Synthesis and Functionalization -- New Advances in the Production of Iron-Based Nanostructures by Laser Pyrolysis -- Chemical Coprecipitation for Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Magnetite Nanoparticles -- Magnetic Microgels: Synthesis and Characterization -- Vesicles and Composite Particles by Rotating Membrane Pore Extrusion -- Synthesis of Functionalized Magnetic Beads Using Spray Drying -- Industrial Production, Surface Modification and Application of Magnetic Particles -- Part II: Magnetic Separation Devices -- Magneticall Enhanced Centrifugation for Industrial Use -- Design and Performance of a Pilot Scale High-Gradient Magnetic Filter using a Mandhala Magnet and its Application for Soy-Whey Protein Purification -- Continuous Magnetic Extraction for Protein Purification -- Part III: Process examples -- In-situ Magnetic Separation of Pilot Scale : A Tool for Process Optimization -- An Industrial Approach to High-Gradient Magnetic Filtration in the Food Industry -- Conclusion.

Despite ongoing progress in nano- and biomaterial sciences, large scale bioprocessing of nanoparticles remains a great challenge, especially because of the difficulties in removing unwanted elements during processing in food, pharmaceutical and feed industry at production level. This book presents magnetic nanoparticles and a novel technology for the upscaling of protein separation. The results come from the EU Project "MagPro2Life", which was conducted in cooperation of several european institutions and companies.

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