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Prediction of the performance of preparative affinity chromatography.
  • H. Chase
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of chromatography
  • 2 August 1984
This paper describes a theoretical approach to the prediction of the performance of preparative affinity separations for biological macromolecules in packed columns. The approach, which is applicableExpand
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Purification of proteins by adsorption chromatography in expanded beds.
  • H. Chase
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Trends in biotechnology
  • 1 August 1994
Adsorption in stable expanded beds enables proteins to be recovered directly from particulate-containing feedstocks, such as fermentation broths and preparations of disrupted cells, without the needExpand
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Reducing production of excess biomass during wastewater treatment
Excess biomass produced during the biological treatment of wastewaters requires costly disposal. As environmental and legislative constraints increase, thus limiting disposal options, there isExpand
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Modelling single-component protein adsorption to the cation exchanger s sepharose® FF
Abstract The equilibrium and kinetic characteristics of the adsorption of bovine serum albumin (BSA) and lysozyme to the strong cation exchanger S Sepharose FF have been determined. The rates ofExpand
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Modeling phenol degradation in a fluidized-bed bioreactor
A study was made of phenol degradation by bacteria immobilized onto particles of calcined diatomaceous earth in a draft-tube, three-phase fluidized-bed reactor. A mathematical model is used toExpand
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Development of operating conditions for protein purification using expanded bed techniques: The effect of the degree of bed expansion on adsorption performance
  • Y. Chang, H. Chase
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biotechnology and bioengineering
  • 26 March 2000
A strategy for the optimization of an expanded bed adsorption process has been developed by studying a model system involving the adsorption of lysozyme onto the adsorbent STREAMLINE SP. TheExpand
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The effect of maintenance energy requirements on biomass production during wastewater treatment
Abstract The recognition that microorganisms satisfy their maintenance energy requirements in preference to producing additional biomass has revealed possible methods to reducing the generation ofExpand
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Modeling the affinity adsorption of immunoglobulin G to protein A immobilised to agarose matrices
The adsorption of immunoglobulin G onto affinity adsorbents consisting of Protein A immobilised to agarose matrices has been studied. This has involved the determination of the equilibriumExpand
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Uncoupling of metabolism to reduce biomass production in the activated sludge process
Production of excess biomass during biological treatment of wastewaters requires costly disposal. Also with environmental and legislative constraints limiting disposal options, considerable impetusExpand
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Biodegradation and biosorption for decolorization of synthetic dyes by Funalia trogii
The objective of this study was to investigate two major mechanisms for decolorization of dyes by cultivation of fungi on either a solid or in a liquid phase and to confirm the possibility ofExpand
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