Wednesday, November 15, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Powell (Hilton San Francisco)
#325 - Advances in Adsorptive Bioseparations (02E10)
Separations are a critical unit operation in any bioprocess. Biological metabolites are typically produced in relatively low amounts and thus concentration and purification can add significant cost to the overall processes. Separation of biological molecules and effluents often require special considerations not generally applicable to nonbiological separations. The focus of this session is to highlight the latest theoretical and experimental advances in bioseparations that promise to reduce costs and improve separation efficiency.
Chair:Linda Wang
CoChair:Yi Xie
8:30 AMPreparation of Ribonuclease Α Surface-Imprinted Nanoparticles with Miniemulsion Polymerization for Protein Recognition in Aqueous Media
Chau Jin Tan, Yen Wah Tong
8:50 AMFundamental Studies on Dual Mode Biomolecular Separations in Ordered Mesoporous Materials
Amit Katiyar, Neville G. Pinto
9:10 AMStudies of Interactions of an Amylose-Based Sorbent with Various Solvents for Chiral Separation Applications
Rahul B. Kasat, Yury Zvinevich, Hugh W. Hillhouse, Kendall T. Thomson, Nien-Hwa Linda Wang, Elias I. Franses
9:30 AMMolecular Dynamics Modeling and Simulation of Chromatographic Bioseparation
Jee-Ching Wang, Athanasios I. Liapis
9:50 AMThe Effect of Buffer Salt Species and Concentration on the Internal pH of a Strong Anion Exchange Resin
Ann Marie Hardin, Cornelius F. Ivory
10:10 AMAffinity Adsorption Chromatography Modulated by Polymer Permeation Control and Strategy to Purify Peptides and Small Proteins
Lian Wang, Jerker Porath, Roberto Guzman
10:30 AMOptimization of the Gradient Profiles for Multi-Component Separation in Reversed Phase Column
Abhijit Tarafder, Lars Aumann, Guido Stroehlein, Thomas Mueller-Spaeth, Massimo Morbidelli

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