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Bioseparation

Bioseparation

ISSN: 0923-179X (print version)
ISSN: 1573-8272 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10536

BIOSEPARATION CEASED PUBLICATION IN 2001.  THE LAST VOLUME PUBLISHED WAS VOLUME 10.

 

Editor-in-Chief:

Bo Mattiasson
Center of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Lund University, Sweden

Book Review Editor: J.F. Kennedy, Birmingham, UK

Regional Editors:

M. Boland, Palmerston North, New Zealand; C.L. Cooney, Cambridge, USA; I. Endo, Saitama, Japan; T. Kobayashi, Nagoya, Japan; A. Lyddiatt, Birmingham, UK; R.K. Scopes, Bundoora, Australia

Advisory Editorial Board:

A. Atkinson, Salisbury, UK; K.M. Baker, Brussels, Belgium; G. Belfort, Troy, NY, USA; J.M.S. Cabral, Lisbon, Portugal; H. Chase, Cambridge, UK; Y.D. Clonis, Athens, Greece; G. Cox, Champignolles, France; A. Cruz, Union, NJ, USA; G. Cueille, Miribel, France; W.-D. Deckwer, Braunschweig, Germany; R. Freitag, Lausanne, Switzerland; I. Galaev, Lund, Sweden; M. Gore, Southampton, UK; M.N. Gupta, New Delhi, India; P.M. Hammond, Salisbury, UK; M. Harvey, Elstree, UK; A. Jungbauer, Vienna, Austria; G. Kopperschl├Ąger, Leipzig, Germany; W.C. McGregor, Santa Monica, CA, USA; D. Naveh, Berkeley, CA, USA; S. Ohlson, Kalmar, Sweden; D.F. Ollis, Raleigh, NC, USA; L. Pyle, Reading, UK; M.D. Scawen, Bodmin, UK; D.B. Shindler, Oakville, ON, Canada; F. Tjerneld, Lund, Sweden; K. van 't Riet, Delft, The Netherlands

 

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    BIOSEPARATION PUBLICATION CEASED IN 2001.  VOLUME 10 WAS THE LAST VOLUME PUBLISHED.

     

    Bioseparation publishes papers on all aspects of separation science applicable or potentially applicable to commercial-scale biotechnological processes.

    Areas of particular interest include:

    recovery and purification of proteins, carbohydrates, antibiotics, biopolymers and other biomolecules
    cell harvesting, cell disruption and primary separation
    recovery of extracellular enzymes
    process development and control, especially integration of operations and continuous processing
    phase partitioning, flocculation, centrifugation, filtration and precipitation
    adsorption, chromatography, membrane-based separations and electrophoresis
    developments and refinement of existing techniques
    applications of genetic engineering technology to bioseparation
    effects of cell physiology and compartmentalisation on separation
    economics of separation processes.

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