Mr Robert Marten

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2 Forward UNICEF is committed to strengthening health systems to ensure access for all to appropriate and equitable health services. Achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) necessitates addressing various barriers to access including financial obstacles, gender and other social inequalities, as well as institutional and political factors that can(More)
It is well known that high-viscosity fermentation broth can lead to mixing and oxygen mass transfer limitations. The seemingly obvious solution for this problem is to increase agitation intensity. In some processes, this has been shown to damage mycelia, affect morphology, and decrease product expression. However, in other processes increased agitation(More)
Two commercially available, process-simulation software packages (Aspen Batch Plus v1.2, Aspen Technology, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Intelligen SuperPro v3.0, INTELLIGEN, INC., Scotch Plains, Ner Jersey) are evaluated for use in modeling industrial, biotechnology processes. Software is quantitatively evaluated by Kepner-Tregoe Decision Analysis(More)
Protein localization in Saccharomyces cerevisiae was studied with two plasmid systems used as a model: one containing the SUC2 structural gene fused with the MFalpha1 (alpha-factor) promoter and signal-sequence, the other containing the entire SUC2 gene. Special emphasis was placed on the effect of promoter/signal-sequence (SUC2 vs. MFalpha1) on the(More)
The effects of temperature on the kinetics and efficiency of secretion of cloned invertase were investigated in a recombinant yeast system. This system consisted of the baker's yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae (SEY2102) transformed with the 2mu-based plasmid pBR58 which contains the entire SUC2 gene including the promoter, signal sequence, and structural(More)
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