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Immobilization of Cells [E-Book] / by Colin R. Phillips, Yiu Cheong Poon.
Growth of immobilized cells can be viewed as an alternative to growth of free cells in many instances. In others, immobilization confers a precision of control over the process not possible in free growth. Immobilization of cells can sometimes be considered to be a lower cost alternative to immobili...
|Personal Name(s):||Phillips, Colin R., author|
|Poon, Yiu Cheong, author|
Berlin, Heidelberg :
VIII, 167p. 24 illus. online resource.
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Biotechnology Monographs ;
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Methods of Cell Immobilization
- 2.1 Mechanical Immobilization
- 2.2 Covalent Attachment
- 2.3 Ionic Attachment
- 3 Special Problems and Extended Applications
- 3.1 Special Problems and Techniques
- 3.2 Extension of Immobilized Materials
- 3.3 Immobilized Cells in Industrial Production
- 4 Properties of Immobilized Cell System
- 4.1 Properties of the Microbial Cells
- 4.2 Properties of Enzymes in Immobilized Cells
- 4.3 Morphology of the Carrier
- 5 Kinetics and Reactor Design for Immobilized Cells
- 5.1 Introduction
- 5.2 Effectiveness Factors
- 5.3 Reactor Types and Immobilized Cell Geometries
- Author Index.