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Animal cell technology [Lecture notes]
Martens, D. \ 2015
cells - animals - cell cultures - cell cycle - cell metabolism

Used in course: BPE-33803 Animal Cell Biotechnology
Animal cell technology [Lecture notes]
Wielink, R. van \ Evers, W. \ End, F. van den \ Martens, D. \ Pan, X. \ 2015
cells - insects - bioreactors - cell cultures - spodoptera frugiperda - laboratory methods

Used in course: BPE-33803 Animal Cell Biotechnology
Basic biotechnology / ed. by Colin Ratledge and Bjørn Kristiansen [Monograph] - 3rd edTable of contents - Companion website
Ratledge, C. \ Kristiansen, B. \ 2006
biotechnology - genetic engineering - recombinant proteins - textbooks

The breadth and scope of biotechnology continues to increase: from antibiotics and production of other health-care products to waste treatment and disposal. This book combines biology and bioprocessing topics to provide a complete overview of biotechnology. It explains the fundamental principles that underpin all biotechnology and provides a full range of examples showing how these principles are applied; from starting substrate to final product. Distinctive features of this text are the discussions of the public perception of biotechnolgy and the business of biotechnology, which set the science in a broader context.

Used in course: BPE-10305 Process Engineering Basics
Basic cell factory design [Lecture notes] - Edition 2017-2018
Martens, D.E. \ Rinzema, A. \ 2017

Used in course: BPE-22306 Basic Cell Factory Design
Bioprocess engineering principles [Monograph] - 2nd edCompanion website
Doran, P.M. \ cop. 2013
bioprocess engineering - textbooks - material balance - fluid mechanics - chemical reactions - Biochemical engineering

This new edition discusses bioprocess engineering from the perspective of biology students. It includes a great deal of new material and has been extensively revised and expanded.

Used in course: BPE-10305 Process Engineering Basics
Bioprocess engineering principles [Monograph]
Doran, P.M. \ 1995
biotechnology - processing - engineering - bioreactors - textbooks - bioprocess engineering

This publication explains process analysis from an engineering point of view, but refers exclusively to the treatment of biological systems. Over 170 problems and worked examples encompass a wide range of applications, including recombinant plant and animal cell cultures, immobilized catalysts, as well as traditional fermentation systems.

Used in course: BPE-10305 Process Engineering Basics
Bioreactor design [Lecture notes]
Rinzema, A. \ [ca. 2015]
bioreactors - design - design calculations - mathematical models - transport processes - fermentation - textbooks - bioprocess engineering

The course teaches you how to set up mass and energy balances for bioreactors, taking into account simultaneous bioconversion and transport processes. The following aspects are treated: - kinetics of microbial growth and product formation, and stoichiometry; - kinetics of transport processes, including convection and diffusion or conduction, either in one phase or across phase boundaries; - different modes of bioreactor operation, viz. continuous, batch and fed-batch systems; - stirred tank fermenters, bubble columns, solid-state fermenters, and other types; - dispersed microbial cells, mycelia, fungal pellets and biofilms on solid substrates. (source: Study handbook)

Used in course: BPE-21306 Bioreactor Design
Handbook of microalgal culture : biotechnology and applied phycology [Monograph]
Richmond, A. \ 2004
algae - algae culture - aquaculture - biotechnology - industrial applications - handbooks

The book is divided into four parts, with Part I detailing biological and environmental aspects of microalgae with reference to microalgal biotechnology and Part II looking in depth at major theories and techniques of mass cultivation. Part III comprises chapters on the economic applications of microalgae, including coverage of industrial production, the use of microalgae in human and animal nutrition and in aquaculture, in nitrogen fixation, hydrogen and methane production, and in bioremediation of polluted water. Finally, Part IV looks at new frontiers and includes chapters on genetic engineering, microalgae as platforms for recombinant proteins, bioactive chemicals, heterotrophic production, microalgae as gene-delivery systems for expressing mosquitocidal toxins and the enhancement of marine productivity for climate stabilization and food security.

Used in course: BPE-32803 Microalgae Biotechnology
Introductie vakgebied Molecularie levenswetenschappen/Biotechnologie [Lecture notes] - September 2016
Martens, Dirk \ Wellink, Joan \ 2016

Used in course: BPE-13303 Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology
Metabolic modelling and pathway analysis [Lecture notes]
Martens, D. \ Stams, F. \ Graaff, L. de \ Weusthuis, R. \ 2014
metabolism - biochemical pathways - metabolic studies - metabolites - mathematical models

Used in course: BPE-30303 Metabolic Modelling and Pathway Analysis
Microalgae biotechnology [Lecture notes]
Janssen, M. \ Lamers, P. \ 2015
algae - algae culture - taxonomy - bioprocess engineering

Used in course: BPE-32803 Microalgae Biotechnology
Quality by design for biopharmaceuticals : principles and case studies [Monograph]
Rathore, A.S. \ Mhatre, R. \ 2008
new drugs - biotechnology - recombinant proteins - risk assessment - Pharmaceutical biotechnology Quality control

Used in course: BPE-33303 Quality by Design for Biopharmaceuticals
Seperation process design [Lecture notes] - Draft 2015-2016
Rinzema, A. \ Olivieri, G. \ 2015

Used in course: BPE-20806 Separation Process Design
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