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Animal cell technology is a growing discipline of cell biology which aims to understand structures, functions and behaviors of differentiated animal cells, and also to ascertain their abilities to be used in industrial and medical purposes. The goal of animal cell technology includes accomplishments of clonal expansion of differentiated cells with useful ability, optimization of their culture conditions and pharmaceutically important proteins and the application of animal cells to gene therapy, artificial organs and functional foods. This book contains the proceedings of the 17th Annual and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Animal cell technology is a growing discipline of cell biology which aims to understand structures, functions and behaviors of differentiated animal cells, and also to ascertain their abilities to be used in industrial and medical purposes. The goal of animal cell technology includes accomplishments of clonal expansion of differentiated cells with useful ability, optimization of their culture conditions and pharmaceutically important proteins and the application of animal cells to gene therapy, artificial organs and functional foods. This book contains the proceedings of the 17th Annual and International Meeting of the Japanese Association for Animal Cell Technology (JAACT) in Nagoya, Japan, in November 2004. This volume gives the readers a complete review of the present state-of-the-art in Japan and other countries. The Proceedings are useful for cell biologists, biochemists, molecular biologists, immunologists, biochemical engineers and other disciplines related to animal cell culture.
  • Produktdetails
  • Animal Cell Technology: Basic & Applied Aspects 14
  • Verlag: Springer Netherlands
  • 2006
  • Seitenzahl: 452
  • Erscheinungstermin: 24. April 2006
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 160mm x 32mm
  • Gewicht: 923g
  • ISBN-13: 9781402043123
  • ISBN-10: 1402043120
  • Artikelnr.: 21893179
Autorenporträt
Shinji Iijima, Nagoya University, Japan / Ken-ichi Nishijima, Nagoya University, Japan
Inhaltsangabe
Symposium

MESENCHYMAL CELLS: METALLOPROTEINASES AND ADHESION ON MICROCARRIERS C. Mosbeux, A. R. dos Santos Pedregal, D. Ribeiro de Sousa, Vincianne Hendric, N. Joseph, M. Bensellam, D. Blankaert, T. Marique, C. Alloin, D. Parent, C. Liesnard, J. P. Van Vooren, S. Lowagie, and J. Werenne. CHARACTERIZATION OF PEANUT SPECIFIC T CELLS S. J. Maleki USING METABOLOMICS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND FUNCTIONAL FOODS Dayan B. Goodnowe, Yasuyo Yamazaki, and Bernhard H. J. Juurlink FOOD FACTORS THAT REGULATE INTESTINAL INFLAMMATION: EVALUATION OF THE FACTORS BY USING A COCULTURE SYSTEM Hideo Satsu ,and Makoto Shimizu GENERATION OF AN INDUSTRIALLY IDEAL HOST CELL LINE FOR PRODUCING COMPLETELY-DEFUCOSYLATED ANTIBODY WITH ENHANCED ANTIBODY-DEPENDENT CELLULAR CYTOTOXICITY (ADCC) Mitsuo Satoh, Naoko Yamane, Katsuhiro Mori, Ripei Niwa, Toyohide Shinkawa, Harue Imai, Reiko Kuni, Ryosuke Nakano, Kazuya Yamano, Yutaka Kanda, Shigeru Iida, Kazuhisa Uchida, and Kenya Shitara THERMODYNAMIC AND KINETIC EFFECTS OF HUMAN IgG 1 DEFUCOSYLATION ON IgG1-FcgRIIIa INTERACTION Akira Okazaki, Emi Shoji, Kazuyasu Nakamura, Masako Wakitani, Kazuhisa Uchida, Shingo Kakita, Kouhei Tsumoto, Izumi Kumagai, and Kenya Shitara

Oral Session

EXPRESSION OF RECOMBINANT PROTEIN IN CHO AND HELA CELLS AND ITS FOLLOW-UP USING EGF REPORTER GENE V . Hendrick, D. Ribeiro de Sousa, A. R. dos Santos Pedregal , C. Bassens, P. Rigaux, K. Sato, K. Kotarsky, and J. Werenne ELUCIDATING APOPTOTIC CELL DEATH IN CHO CELL BATCH & FED-BATCH CULTURES Danny C. F. Wong, C. K. Heng, Kathy T. K. Wong, Peter M. Nissom, and Miranda G. S. Yap THE X-LINK INHIBITOR OF APOPTOSIS PROTEIN (XIAP) ENHANCES THE SURVIVABILITY OF C2E7 HYBRIDOMA CELLS UNDER A SERUM DEPRIVED CONDITION B. T. Tey, K. C. Yap, A. M. Ali, and W. S. Tan TRANSCRIPTIONAL PROFILING OF BATCH AND FED-BATCH PROTEIN-FREE 293-HEK CULTURES USING DNA MICROARRAY Yih Yean Lee, Kathy Wong, Peter Morin Nissom, and Miranda G. S. Yap STUDIES ON THE EFFICACY, SAFETY AND QUALITY OF THE TISSUE ENGINEERED PRODUCTS: ENHANCEMENT OF PROLIFERATION OF HUMAN MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS BY THE NEW POLYSACCHARIDES Saifuddin Ahmed, Toshie Tsuchiya, and Yutaka Kariya

STUDIES ON THE EFFICACY, SAFETY AND QUALITY OF THE TISSUE ENGINEERED PRODUCTS: EFFECTS OF A CATALYST USED IN THE SYNTHESIS OF BIODEGRADABLE POLYMER ON THE CHONDROGENESIS OF HUMAN ARTICULAR CARTILAGE Nasreen Banu, Toshie Tsuchiya, Saifuddin Ahmed, and Rumi Sawada THE ROLE OF BIFIDOBACTERIUM IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF GUT IMMUNE SYSTEMS: ANALYSIS USING GNOTOBIOTIC TCR-TRANSGENIC MICE Masato Tsuda, Akira Hosono, Miran Fujioka, Satoshi Hachimura,Ryo Nakamura, Kazuhiro Hirayama, Kikuji Itoh, and Shuichi Kaminogawa THE ROLE OF CD4 + T CELLS IN IgA PRODUCTION IN MURINE PEYER'S PATCHES FOLLWING ORAL FEEDING OF BIFIDOBACTERIUM COMPONENTS Yusuke Nakanishi, Akira Hosono, Teiji Kimura, and Shuichi Kaminogawa SUPPLEMENTATION OF SERICIN IS EFFECTIVE IN MAINTENANCE OF ISLET SURVIVAL AND FUNCTION UNDER SERUM-FREE CULTURE Akiko Ogawa, Satoshi Terada, Masao Miki, Toshihisa Kimura, Akio Yamaguchi, Masahiro Sasaki, and Hideyuki Yama da SUPPRESSION OF TWO-STAGE CELL TRANSFORMATION BY ELECTROLYZED REDUCED WATER CONTAINING PLATINUM NANOPARTICLES Ryuhei Nishikawa, Kiichiro Teruya, Yoshinori Katakura, Kazumichi Otsubo, Shinkatsu Morisawa, Qianghua Xu, and Sanetaka Shirahata

Poster Session

INFLUENCE OF BOTH GLUCOSE AND GLUTAMINE CONCENTRATION ON MAB PRODUCTION RATE IN CHEMOSTAT CULTURE OF CHO CELLS Hiroshi Matsuoka, Jun-ya Watanabe, and Toshiya Takeda INTRODUCTION OF GENES RELATING TO MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY INTO CHIMERIC CHICKENS BY EMBRYO ENGINEERING Akira Fujiwara, Makoto Mizutani, Tamao Ono, and Hiroshi Kagami PLURIPOTENT CELL CULTURE ENGINEERING AND THE APPLICATION FOR AVIAN BIOTECHNOLOGY Hiroshi Kagami, Tomoki Mushika, Takamasa Noguchi, Yasuhiro Yamamoto, Akira Fujiwara, Naomi Yamakawa, Hisato Okuizumi, and Tamao Ono EFFECT OF OXYGEN TENSION ON THE PROLIFERATION AND THE DIFFERENTIATION OF MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS M. Kimura,