By C. Geserick, K. Schroeder, H. Bonarius, L. Kongerslev, P. Schlenke, H. Hauser (auth.), A. Bernard, B. Griffiths, W. Noé, F. Wurm (eds.)
This ebook includes, within the kind of concise papers of constrained size, the lawsuits of the sixteenth ESACT assembly that used to be held in Lugano, Switzerland, in April 1999. we are hoping it's going to turn into an invaluable source of the main up to date details in animal mobile know-how, at the least until eventually the subsequent assembly in 2001.
Classical methods for using animal cells (for instance, construction of virus vaccines) stay a massive know-how. besides the fact that, it seems that significant technological advances and significant development are happening in different components. most significantly, protein creation at the foundation of recombinant DNA molecules transferred into animal cells seems to be an ever-increasing box of curiosity and innovation.
more and more animal cells are getting used as substrates for the learn of gene activation and repression, and likewise for the extra quick construction of small and reasonable amounts of attention-grabbing proteins. Tissue engineering, somatic gene/cell remedy, organ-replacement applied sciences, and cell-based bio-sensors all give a contribution to a substantial widening of curiosity and study task, in keeping with animal cellphone expertise.
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Animal Cell Technology: Products from Cells, Cells as Products: Proceedings of the 16th ESACT Meeting April 25–29, 1999, Lugano, Switzerland by C. Geserick, K. Schroeder, H. Bonarius, L. Kongerslev, P. Schlenke, H. Hauser (auth.), A. Bernard, B. Griffiths, W. Noé, F. Wurm (eds.)