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BIOBiodegradable
BIOBy Invitation Only
BIOBedford Institute of Oceanography
BIOBring It On (Counter-Strike gaming clan)
BIOBring It On
BIOBioseparation
BIOBinocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopy (eyes)
BIOBasic Input Output
BIOBlow It Off
BIOBiological Hazard (fire diamond warning code)
BIOBiotech Industry Organization
BIOBinocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope
BIOBuilding Inspection Office (various locations)
BIOBusiness Integration Office (US DoD)
BIOBusiness Information Optimization (software)
BIOBusiness Information Officer
BIOBureau of International Organizations (US DoD)
BIOBinary Input/Output
BIOBasis for Interim Operation
BIOBritish Informatics Olympiad
BIOBilbao, Spain - Sondica (Airport Code)
BIOBiology Break (chat, going to the bathroom)
BIOBio Research Module (NASA)
BIOBiomechanical Integrated Organism (robotics)
BIOBiological Information Processing Association
BIOBranch Intelligence Officer
BIOBroadcast Input Output
BIOBitronics Input/Output (computer networking)
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In recent years, magnetic particles have been paid considerable attention due to their superparamagnetic properties and potential applications, for example, magnetic bioseparation [1, 2], drug delivery [3, 4], magnetorheological fluid [5], magnetic resonance imaging contrast enhancement [6, 7], targeted drug [8], gene separation from biochemical products and cells [9], microwave absorption [10], high saturation magnetization, high magnetic susceptibility, biocompatibility, and low toxicity.
Other examples include effective delivery of nutrients, rapid sampling of chemical and biological impurities, bioseparation of proteins, and nanoencapsulation of nutraceutical, DNA microarrays, microelectromechanical systems, and microfluidics [134].
SpectrumLabs.com, founded in 1970, is a leader in Bioseparation and OR Disposables headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.
Nanoparticles have wide range of applications in the immobilization of cells and enzymes, bioseparation systems, immunoassays, drug delivery, biosensors and so on.
The topics include types of smart polymer, magnetically responsive polymer gels and elastomers, shape-memory polymers, self-healing polymer systems, smart instructive polymer substrates for tissue engineering, smart polymers for bioseparation and other biotechnology applications, textile applications, and smart polymers for optical data storage.
y Franzreb M.; Direct determination of the composition of aqueous micellar two-phase systems (AMTPS) using potentiometric titration--A rapid tool for detergent-based bioseparation, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem.
Protein immobilization has wide application in many areas, such as immunological agglutination tests, biosensors, and bioseparation [17-19].
Kumagai, "l-DOPA, microbial production," in Encyclopedia of Industrial Biotechnology Bioprocess, Bioseparation, and Cell Technology, pp.
Their experiment validated the use of magnetic/gold core/shell nanoparticles for the detection of biological molecules and for magnetic bioseparation. Moreover, Xie and coworkers [23] showed that modified [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4]/Au core/shell nanoparticles with [Ni.sup.2+]-nitrilotriacetic acid may be used for rapid, efficient, and specific enrichment and separation of His-Tag fusion proteins directly from mixture of cell lysis.
He is an authority on centrifugal separation, bioseparation, and fine-particle separation.
Even manufacturing and processing use of bioseparation systems is expected to see exponential growth in the next decade.
The primary motivation for preparing a second edition was the many developments in practical application and theoretical research during the seven years since the first, but the editors also took the opportunity to rearrange the structure thus making room for new sections on ion exchange, bioseparation, and new process concepts and calculation methods.