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Aqueous two-phase affinity partitioning systems: current applications and trends.
Growth kinetics and fucoxanthin production of Phaeodactylum tricornutum and Isochrysis galbana cultures at different light and agitation conditions
The results suggest that I. galbana cultures on Conway medium are strong candidates for fu Coxanthin production, where 1.2 to 15 times higher fucoxanthin concentration are observed in comparison to macroalgal sources.
Practical experiences from the development of aqueous two‐phase processes for the recovery of high value biological products
Practical strategies for the predictive design of primary recovery processes using polymer–salt systems were derived and resulted in the development of simplified recovery processes for the selected experimental models.
Simplified two-stage method to B-phycoerythrin recovery from Porphyridium cruentum.
Extraction and Purification of Bioproducts and Nanoparticles using Aqueous Two‐Phase Systems Strategies
In this review, the efficient use of ATPS for the extraction of proteins, genetic material, low molecular weight compounds, bioparticles, nanoparticles and cells is highlighted and novel approaches for downstream processing using ATPS and dielectrophoresis are presented.
Rotavirus-like particles primary recovery from insect cells in aqueous two-phase systems.
Potential Aqueous Two‐Phase Processes for the Primary Recovery of Colored Protein from Microbial Origin
The results reported herein demonstrated the benefits of the practical generic application of ATPS for the primary recovery of colored proteins from microbial origin as a first step for the development of purification processes.
Scaling-up of a B-phycoerythrin production and purification bioprocess involving aqueous two-phase systems: Practical experiences
Current advances in the non‐chromatographic fractionation and characterization of PEGylated proteins
- K. Mayolo-Deloisa, José González‐Valdez, D. Guajardo-Flores, Oscar Aguilar, Jorge Benavides, M. Rito‐Palomares
- Biology, Chemistry
This review presents current advances in some of the most widely used non-chromatographic strategies for the fractionation and analysis of PEG-protein conjugates.