Animal Cell Biotechnology: v. 5
Part of a series which aims to provide state-of-the-art coverage of this industry. Each volume contains reviews on practical and theoretical aspects of the subject, including bioreactor design and development and cell products and their development amongst others.
- Hardback | 350 pages
- 152 x 229 x 19.05mm | 626g
- 01 May 1992
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- 2nd edition
- references, index
Table of contents
Preface, J.B.Griffiths and R.E.Spier; animal cell biotechnology in the 90's - from models to morals, R.E.Spier; isolation of new animal cell lines using immortalization techniques, C.MacDonald; standardization of animal cell culture processes, A.Dyle and J.B.Griffiths; the use of animal cells as replacements for whole animals in the toxicity testing of chemicals and pharmaceuticals, D.J.Benford; production and use of skin cell cultures for the in-vitro testing of chemicals and pharmaceuticals, B.Culomb and L.Dubertret; the production and use of skin cell cultures for the in-vitro testing of chemicals and pharmaceuticals, A.Burt and D.A.McGrouther; production of baculovirus-expressed proteins from suspension cultures of insect cells, F.L.J.van Lier et al; the production of viruses for human vaccines from animal cells in culture, A.J.Beale; production of therapeutic plasma proteins using recombinant mammalian cells, the example of coagulation factor VIII, A.J.MacLeod; production of tPA from animal cell cultures, T.Cartwright; production of growth stimulating factors from animal cells, P.Collodi and D.W.Barnes; surface active agents in animal cell cultures, A.Handa-Corrigan et al.