Published August 15, 1996
by Wiley .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||372|
This chapter presents a case study to illustrate the effort that can be required to create the infrastructure needed for midstream and downstream operations. A natural gas processing plant purifies natural gas and converts it into products such as LPG, liquefied natural gas (LNG), and fuel gas for residential, commercial, and industrial use. Special Indian Reprint!! Downstream Processing of Natural Products: A Practical Handbook Miichael S. Verrall pages Description Natural Products, broadly defined as high value chemical entities derived from plants or microbial sources, have been known and . A comprehensive review of the current status and challenges for natural gas and shale gas production, treatment and monetization technologies. Natural Gas Processing from Midstream to Downstream presents an international perspective on the production and monetization of shale gas and natural gas. The authors review techno-economic assessments Manufacturer: Wiley. Dr. Ganapathy Subramanian is a biotechnology consultant with over 30 years of experience in industry and academia, encompassing the application and development of processing, purification methodologies, and chromatographic systems for large scale use in environmental science, food science, perfumery, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals.
Downstream Processing Objectives This chapter provides an overview of downstream processing. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: describe the general elements of the downstream purification process for a typical monoclonal antibody-based therapeutic, starting with the bioreactor harvest pool andFile Size: 1MB. Downstream Processing of Natural Products: A Practical Handbook is a highly practical manual which addresses this issue, and guides researchers and industrial workers through the many potential pitfalls of natural product isolation. The contributors to this volume, all of whom have wide practical experience in this field, present state-of-the Price: $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. General Strategy: The Nature of the Problem / Michael S. Verrall Broth Conditioning and Clarification / Duncan Mackay Cell Disruption: A Practical Approach / Eli Keshavarz-Moore Two-Phase Aqueous Systems for the Recovery of Intracellular Microbial . ADVERTISEMENTS: The following points highlight the six main steps involved in the downstream processing of products. The steps are: 1. Separation of Particles 2. Disintegration of Cells 3. Extraction 4. Concentration 5. Purification 6. Drying. Step # 1. Separation of Particles: The first step in DSP is the separation of solids, usually cells, from the [ ].
Downstream processing. D. J. Bell. Springer-Verlag, - Technology & Engineering - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Introduction. 2: Formation of Protein Precipitates. Downstream processing refers to the recovery and the purification of biosynthetic products, particularly pharmaceuticals, from natural sources such as animal or plant tissue or fermentation broth, including the recycling of salvageable components and the proper treatment and disposal of waste. It is an essential step in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals such as antibiotics, hormones (e.g. Downstream processing operations are discussed in some depth in Chapter 8. cleaves terminal α-L-rhamnose mainly from a large number of natural products. The enzyme has wide occurrence in Author: Yusuf Chisti. Key features of the book entitled â Downstream Processing Techniques in Biotechnologyâ include a simple, easy and logical comprehension. The main aim of this book is to provide a brief overview of the whole aspects of downstream processing for biochemical product recovery. Printed Pages: Seller Inventory #