301 Membranes for Bioseparations

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Mission I (Parc 55 San Francisco)
This session will concentrate on the theoretical principles and practical considerations that underlie the use of membranes in the downstream processing of biopharmaceutical products (e.g. microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, virus filtration, and membrane chromatography). Papers describing advances in membrane processes, new membrane materials and applications, and case studies of membrane systems in the biopharmaceutical industry are sought.

Bio Separations
Membrane-Based Separations (02D)

Saurav Datta
Email: saurav_datta@yahoo.com

Stephen M. Ritchie
Email: sritchie@eng.ua.edu

8:55 AM

9:45 AM
(301d) Use of Fluorescent Nanospheres to Study Capture Behavior in Virus Filtration Membranes
Fatemeh Fallahianbijan, Sal Giglia, Christina Carbrello and Andrew Zydney

10:10 AM
(301e) Using Ultrafiltration to Concentrate Detergent-Solubilized Membrane Proteins without Concentrating Detergents
Hasin Feroz, Craig Vandervelden, Bon Ikwuagwu, Bryan Ferlez, Carol S. Baker, Daniel J. Lugar, Mariusz Grzelakowski, John H. Golbeck, Andrew L. Zydney and Manish Kumar

10:35 AM
(301f) Novel Polytriazole Ion Exchange Membranes for Bioseparations
Cristiana Boi, Marco Avanzato, Stefan Chisca and Suzana Pereira Nunes
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