Immobilized cells [electronic resource] : basics and applications : proceedings of an international symposium organized under auspices of the Working Party on Applied Biocatalysis of the European Federation of Biotechnology, Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands, November 26-29, 1995 / edited by R.H. Wijffels ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Wijffels, R. H | European Federation of Biotechnology. Working Party on Applied BiocatalysisMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Progress in biotechnology: v. 11.Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1996Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 845 p.) : ill. (some col.)ISBN: 9780444819840; 0444819843; 9780080534473 (electronic bk.); 0080534473 (electronic bk.)Subject(s): Immobilized cells -- Congresses | Cells, Immobilized -- Congresses | MEDICAL -- Microbiology | Immobilized cells -- Congresses | Cells BiotechnologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Immobilized cells.DDC classification: 660/.62 LOC classification: TP248.25.I55 | I445 1996ebOnline resources: ScienceDirect
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Keynote lecture -- Why immobilize? -- Basics 1: physics -- Chapter 1. Alginate gels -- Some structure-function correlations relevant to their use as immobilization matrix for cells -- Chapter 2. Determination of biofilm diffusion coefficients using micro-electrodes -- Chapter 3. Complexity and heterogeneity of microenvironments in immobilized systems -- Chapter 4. Fundamentals of dispersion in encapsulation technology -- Chapter 5. Stable support materials for immobilization of viable cells -- Chapter 6. Evaluation of density function of pore size distribution of calcium pectate hydrogel -- Chapter 7. Effects of formation conditions on size distribution of thermogel beads for cell immobilization -- Chapter 8. Calcium pectate gel could be a better alternative to calcium alginate gel in multiple applications of immobilized cells -- Chapter 9. Adhesion of Lactococcus lactis diacetylactis to surfaces -- Chapter 10. Immobilization of Arthrobacter globiformis 193 cells into PVA cryogel. Dehydrogenation of steroid substrates -- Chapter 11. Screening of immobilization materials for anaerobic wastewater treatment -- Chapter 12. Ecologically pure process of acetate synthesis on diverse gaseous substrates by homoacetogenic bacteria, entrapped in poly(vinyl alcohol) cryogel -- Chapter 13. Entrapment of Zymomonas mobilis cells into PVA-cryogel carrier in the presence of polyol cryoprotectants -- Chapter 14. Some microorganisms during their entrapment in PAAG act as "biological accelerators" in how they affect the gel-formation rate -- Chapter 15. Rhodococcus sp. immobilized by adsorption on chitin -- Chapter 16. Immobilization of Aspergillus niger and Phanerochaete chrysosporium on polyurethane foam -- Chapter 17. Effect of C/N ratio and cellulose type on the cellulolytic activity of free and immobilized Trichoderma reesei -- Chapter 18. Analysis of fungal B-glucanase system produced under conditions of mycelial immobilization -- Chapter 19. Immobilization as a contact stimulation of yeast cell wall alterations -- Chapter 20. Modelling the immobilization of cells in a packed bed of porous carriers -- Chapter 21. Porous silicone rubber as an immobilization matrix for microbial and mammalian cells: natural immobilization of a mass transfer limited culture environment -- Chapter 22. Continuous fermentation by conventional and recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae immobilized in Ca-alginate beads hardened with trivalent ion -- Chapter 23. Encapsulation by polyelectrolyte complex formation -- a way to make hepatocyte cultures safe, efficient and on-line available -- Chapter 24. Influence of the microenvironment on immobilized Gibberella fujikuroi -- Chapter 25. Local mass transfer coefficients in bacterial biofilms using fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) -- Chapter 26. Characteristics and selection criteria of support materials for immobilization of nitrifying bacteria -- Chapter 27. Stability of alginate gels applied for cell entrapment in open systems -- Chapter 28. Studies of cell viability of immobilized Chlamydomonas reinhardtii and glycerol photoproduction -- Chapter 29. Effect of drying medium on the viability of dried Lactobacillus helveticus CNRZ 303 immobilized in calcium&#
Summary: This publication contains full papers of both oral and poster presentations of the symposium "Immobilized Cells: Basics and Applications" that was held in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, 26-29 November 1995. This volume covers recent developments in the field of immobilization e.g.: new support materials, characterization of support materials, kinetic characterizations, dynamic modelling, bioreactor types, scale up and applications are also given. Applications in the field of medicine, fermentation technology, food technology and environmental technology are described. Guidelines for research with immobilized cells. Based on the scientific sessions a strategy of research and methods for characterization of immobilized cells, especially in view of applications are given. The goal was to relate basic research to applications and to extract guidelines for characterization of immobilized cells in view of process design and application from the contributions. The manuscripts presented in these proceedings give an extensive and recent overview of the research and applications of immobilized-cell technology.
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This publication contains full papers of both oral and poster presentations of the symposium "Immobilized Cells: Basics and Applications" that was held in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, 26-29 November 1995. This volume covers recent developments in the field of immobilization e.g.: new support materials, characterization of support materials, kinetic characterizations, dynamic modelling, bioreactor types, scale up and applications are also given. Applications in the field of medicine, fermentation technology, food technology and environmental technology are described. Guidelines for research with immobilized cells. Based on the scientific sessions a strategy of research and methods for characterization of immobilized cells, especially in view of applications are given. The goal was to relate basic research to applications and to extract guidelines for characterization of immobilized cells in view of process design and application from the contributions. The manuscripts presented in these proceedings give an extensive and recent overview of the research and applications of immobilized-cell technology.

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Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Keynote lecture -- Why immobilize? -- Basics 1: physics -- Chapter 1. Alginate gels -- Some structure-function correlations relevant to their use as immobilization matrix for cells -- Chapter 2. Determination of biofilm diffusion coefficients using micro-electrodes -- Chapter 3. Complexity and heterogeneity of microenvironments in immobilized systems -- Chapter 4. Fundamentals of dispersion in encapsulation technology -- Chapter 5. Stable support materials for immobilization of viable cells -- Chapter 6. Evaluation of density function of pore size distribution of calcium pectate hydrogel -- Chapter 7. Effects of formation conditions on size distribution of thermogel beads for cell immobilization -- Chapter 8. Calcium pectate gel could be a better alternative to calcium alginate gel in multiple applications of immobilized cells -- Chapter 9. Adhesion of Lactococcus lactis diacetylactis to surfaces -- Chapter 10. Immobilization of Arthrobacter globiformis 193 cells into PVA cryogel. Dehydrogenation of steroid substrates -- Chapter 11. Screening of immobilization materials for anaerobic wastewater treatment -- Chapter 12. Ecologically pure process of acetate synthesis on diverse gaseous substrates by homoacetogenic bacteria, entrapped in poly(vinyl alcohol) cryogel -- Chapter 13. Entrapment of Zymomonas mobilis cells into PVA-cryogel carrier in the presence of polyol cryoprotectants -- Chapter 14. Some microorganisms during their entrapment in PAAG act as "biological accelerators" in how they affect the gel-formation rate -- Chapter 15. Rhodococcus sp. immobilized by adsorption on chitin -- Chapter 16. Immobilization of Aspergillus niger and Phanerochaete chrysosporium on polyurethane foam -- Chapter 17. Effect of C/N ratio and cellulose type on the cellulolytic activity of free and immobilized Trichoderma reesei -- Chapter 18. Analysis of fungal B-glucanase system produced under conditions of mycelial immobilization -- Chapter 19. Immobilization as a contact stimulation of yeast cell wall alterations -- Chapter 20. Modelling the immobilization of cells in a packed bed of porous carriers -- Chapter 21. Porous silicone rubber as an immobilization matrix for microbial and mammalian cells: natural immobilization of a mass transfer limited culture environment -- Chapter 22. Continuous fermentation by conventional and recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae immobilized in Ca-alginate beads hardened with trivalent ion -- Chapter 23. Encapsulation by polyelectrolyte complex formation -- a way to make hepatocyte cultures safe, efficient and on-line available -- Chapter 24. Influence of the microenvironment on immobilized Gibberella fujikuroi -- Chapter 25. Local mass transfer coefficients in bacterial biofilms using fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) -- Chapter 26. Characteristics and selection criteria of support materials for immobilization of nitrifying bacteria -- Chapter 27. Stability of alginate gels applied for cell entrapment in open systems -- Chapter 28. Studies of cell viability of immobilized Chlamydomonas reinhardtii and glycerol photoproduction -- Chapter 29. Effect of drying medium on the viability of dried Lactobacillus helveticus CNRZ 303 immobilized in calcium&#

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