Zeta potential as a diagnostic tool to evaluate the biomass electrostatic adhesion during ion-exchange expanded bed application.

@article{Lin2006ZetaPA,
  title={Zeta potential as a diagnostic tool to evaluate the biomass electrostatic adhesion during ion-exchange expanded bed application.},
  author={Dong-qiang Lin and Li-na Zhong and Shan-Jing Yao},
  journal={Biotechnology and bioengineering},
  year={2006},
  volume={95 1},
  pages={
          185-91
        }
}
Expanded bed adsorption is an integrative technology in downstream processing allowing the direct capture of target proteins from biomass (cells or cell debris) containing feedstocks. Potential adhesion of biomass on the surface of adsorbent, however, may hamper the application of this technique. Since the electrostatic forces dominate the interactions between biomass and adsorbent, the concept of zeta potential was introduced to characterize the biomass/adsorbent electrostatic interactions… CONTINUE READING
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