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Title Organic solvents : properties, toxicity, and industrial effects / Ryan E. Carter, editor.
Imprint New York : Nova Biomedical/Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2011]

Series Chemical engineering methods and technology.
Biotechnology in agriculture, industry and medicine.
Chemical engineering methods and technology.
Biotechnology in agriculture, industry and medicine series.
Subject Organic solvents.
Alt Name Carter, Ryan E.
Series Chemical engineering methods and technology.
Biotechnology in agriculture, industry and medicine.
Chemical engineering methods and technology.
Biotechnology in agriculture, industry and medicine series.
Subject Organic solvents.
Alt Name Carter, Ryan E.
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
English.
Contents ORGANIC SOLVENTS: PROPERTIES, TOXICITY, AND INDUSTRIAL EFFECTS; ORGANIC SOLVENTS: PROPERTIES, TOXICITY, AND INDUSTRIAL EFFECTS; CONTENTS; PREFACE ; CO-SOLVENT APPLICATION FOR BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS; ABSTRACT ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. SOLVENT EFFECT OVERVIEW ; APPLICATIONS OF CO-SOLVENTS ; 1. Enhancing Protein Stability ; B. Protein Biopharmaceuticals ; C. Chromatography ; D. Sub-Zero Temperature Enzymology ; E. Application of the Organic Solvent for NMR Studies ; F. Powder Enzyme Reaction in Organic Solvent: Low Water Activity ; G. Protein Precipitation ; H. Virus Inactivation and Processing.
Virus Inactivation Virus and Plasmid Processing/Purification ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; LIPASE-CATALYZED SYNTHESIS OF EDIBLE SURFACTANTS IN MICROAQUEOUS ORGANIC SOLVENTS ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION ; 1. EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT FOR LIPASE-CATALYZED CONDENSATION OF SACCHARIDE AND LAURIC ACID IN WATER-MISCIBLE ORGANIC SOLVENTS IN A BATCH REACTION; 2. CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION OF ACYL, MANNOSES BY IMMOBILIZED LIPASE USING A PACKED-BED REACTOR AND THEIR SURFACTANT PROPERTIES; 3. SYNTHESES OF LAUROYL PHENOLIC GLYCOSIDES BY IMMOBILIZED LIPASE IN ORGANIC SOLVENT AND THEIR ANTIOXIDATIVE ACTIVITIES.
CONCLUSION ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; REFERENCES ; ANALYSIS OF THE ORGANIC SOLVENT EFFECT ON THE STRUCTURE OF DEHYDRATED PROTEINS BY ISOTHERMAL CALORIMETRY, DIFFERENTIAL SCANNING CALORIMETRY AND FTIR SPECTROSCOPY ; ABSTRACT ; 1. BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE ; 2. METHODOLOGY ; 2.1. FTIR Spectroscopy ; 2.2. Isothermal Calorimetry ; 2.3. Differential Scanning Calorimetry ; 2.4. Solubility Control ; 2.5. Water Content of Organic Solvents ; 3. DRIED PROTEINS IN ANHYDROUS ORGANIC SOLVENTS ; 3.1. Choice of Proteins ; 3.2. Choice of Organic Solvents ; 3.3. Solvent Hydrophilicity.
3.4. Definition of the System under Study 3.5. Analysis and Band Assignment of Protein Infrared Spectra ; 3.6. Interaction Enthalpies of the Dried Proteins with Organic Solvents ; 3.7. Effect of Solvent Hydrophilicity on the Enthalpy and Integral Absorbance Changes ; 3.8. The Dried Proteins in Anhydrous Organic Solvents as Studied by Differential Scanning Calorimetry ; 3.9. Effect of Hydrogen Bond Accepting Ability ; 3.10. Effect of Hydrogen Bond Donating Ability ; 3.11. Effect of Organic Solvents on the Structure of the Dehydrated Proteins ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; REFERENCES.
ORGANIC-SOLVENT TOLERANT GRAM-POSITIVE BACTERIA: APPLICATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF TOLERANCE ABSTRACT ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. PREDICTING SOLVENT TOXICITY ; 3. ORGANIC-SOLVENT TOLERANCE IN GRAM POSITIVE BACTERIA ; 3.1. Environmental Niches for Isolation of Tolerant Bacteria ; 3.2. Bacterial Mechanisms of Tolerance and Adaptation to Organic Solvents ; 3.2.1. Biodegradation of Toxic Compounds ; 3.2.2. Adaptation by Cell Wall and Membrane Modifications ; 3.2.2.1. Fatty Acid Composition ; 3.2.2.2. Mycolic Acid Composition ; 3.2.3. Efflux Pumps and other Mechanisms ; CONCLUSIONS ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.
ISBN 9781611222296 ebook
161122229X
9781617618819 hardcover
1617618810
OCLC # 1162438965
Additional Format Print version: Organic solvents Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science Publisher's, c2011. 9781617618819 (hardcover) (DLC) 2010034018.


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