Insect Cell Cultures: Fundamental and Applied Aspects by Just M. VlakInsect Cell Cultures: Fundamental and Applied Aspects by Just M. Vlak

Insect Cell Cultures: Fundamental and Applied Aspects

EditorJust M. Vlak, Cornelis D. de Gooijer, Johannes Tramper

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Insect Cell Cultures: Fundamental and Applied Aspects is a comprehensive reference work, covering the key issues involved in nearly 30 review papers: cell lines (development, characterisation, physiology, cultivation and medium design); viruses (virus-cell interactions, replication, recombinant construction, infection kinetics, post-translational modification and passage effects); engineering (shear, bioreactors including perfusion, immobilisation, scale-up and modelling, downstream processing); applications; economics and regulatory aspects. For cell biologists, biochemists, molecular biologists, virologists, immunologists and other basic and applied disciplines related to cell culture engineering, both academic and industrial.
Title:Insect Cell Cultures: Fundamental and Applied AspectsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:323 pages, 10.98 × 8.27 × 0 inPublished:December 5, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface. Development and characterization of insect cell lines; D. Lynn. New approaches to insect tissue culture; D. Baines. Transgenic insect cells: mosquito cell mutants and the dihydrofolate reductase gene; A.M. Fallon. Insect cell physiology; R. Bhatia. Insect cell cultivation: growth and kinetics; G. Schmid. Medium design for insect cell culture; E.-J. Schlaeger. Baculovirus-insect interactions; G.W. Blissard. Replication patterns and cytopathology of cells infected with baculoviruses; G.V. Williams, P. Faulkner. Construction of baculovirus recombinants; P.A. Kitts. Passage effect of virus infection in insect cells; P.J. Krell. Post-translational modifications in insect cells; H.-D. Klenk. Productivity of insect cells for recombinant proteins; J.E. Maruniak. Chaperone and foldase coexpression in the baculovirus-insect cell expression system; M.J. Betenbaugh, et al. Shear sensitivity of insect cells; J.J. Chalmers. Insect cell bioreactors; S.N. Agathos. Perfusion for the production of recombinant proteins in insect cells; V. Jäger. Immobilization of insect cells; Jian-Yong Wu, M.F.A. Goosen. Modelling baculovirus infection of insect cells in culture; J.F. Power, L.K. Nielsen. Scale up aspects of sparged insect-cell bioreactors; J. Tramper, et al. Oxygen gradients in small and big sparged insect-cell bioreactors; J. Tramper, et al. Downstream processing of insect cell cultures; A.R. Bernard, et al. Parvovirus diagnostics and vaccine production in insect cells; J.I. Casal. Classical swine fever virus diagnostic and vaccine production in insect cells; M.M. Hulst, R.J.M. Moormann. Production of multidomain complement glycoproteins in insect cells; P. Závodski, S. Cseh. Economics of baculovirus&endash;insect cell production systems; D.J. Rhodes. Safety aspects of insect cell culture; G. Stacey. Regulatory issues in the use of insect-cell culture; F.L.J. van Lier. Keyword index.

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`In summary, this book covers a wide range of aspects relating to insect cell culture and the baculovirus expression system. It is an authoritative volume which is clearly and conci8sely written by experts selected from industry and academia and is to be highly recommended.' Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 87 (1998) `This is an authoritative reference text written by leading experts in their respective fields of insects cell culture. The book targets a potential audience ranging from students and researchers in academia through to those concerned in industry with biotechnology applications.' SGM Quarterly, August (1997)