642 Extractions in Bioprocessing I

Thursday, November 12, 2015: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
155E (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Extraction has become an important unit operation for bioproduct separations because it is able to isolate, concentrate, and purify these products from dilute solutions. We seek papers that describe fundamentals and novel applications of extraction in bioproduct recovery and purification. Examples include, but are not limited to, biofuel recovery from fermentation broth, primary recovery of proteins from cell cultures, two aqueous phase extraction and micellar systems for selective partitioning of proteins, and reversible chemical complexation for the recovery of complex organics.

Bio Separations (02G)
Mirjana Minceva Email: mirjana.minceva@tum.de
Abigail S. Engelberth Email: aengelbe@purdue.edu
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

9:10 AM
(642c) Protein Refolding in Aqueous Two-Phase Systems: Influence of System Design Parameters Using Invertase and Laccase As Model Proteins
Calef Sánchez-Trasviña, José González-Valdez, Karla Mayolo-Deloisa and Marco Rito-Palomares

9:50 AM
(642e) Retaining and Quantifying Medium Chain Alcohols in Fermentation Broth
Matthew Robinson, Eric Shiue, Mamatha Devarapalli, Michael Harris and Chris Stowers

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