299 Materials for the Rapid Implementation of Bioprocesses

Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
155F (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Combining downstream separation units with upstream reactor technology offers the prospect of simplified, compact and inexpensive manufacturing processes. This session will focus on novel materials and recent materials development for combined catalysis/reaction and separation engineering. Theoretical and experimental papers with focus on materials for ad- and absorbents for solute molecules, ions, bio-molecules and viruses, membrane reactors with applications in the biopharmaceutical and petrochemical area, electrocatalytic flow cells, enzymatic membrane reactors and immobilized enzyme systems, continuous viral expression systems and encapsulated cell cultures are welcome.

Bio Separations
Membrane-Based Separations (02D)
Ronald Michalsky Email: michalskyr@ethz.ch
Fei Guo Email: fguo@mit.edu
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

9:20 AM
(299c) Recovery of Autologous Plasmin from Serum with Affinity Membranes
Cristiana Boi, Federica Zarrillo and Giulio Sarti

File available
9:40 AM
(299d) Implementation and Characterization of Solvent Detergent Viral Inactivation in Single Use Bags
Michael A Cunningham, Ven Raman, Nitin Sood, Jessica Shea, Lori Mullin, Trish Greenhalgh, Eric Youssef, Pedro Almeida and Elizabeth Goodrich

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