Cell Technology for Cell Products

Proceedings of the 19th ESACT Meeting, Harrogate, UK, June 5-8, 2005

  • Rodney Smith
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-LXXIX

    1. Front Matter
      Pages I-LXXIX
    2. Tony Bradshaw
      Pages 3-7

    1. Front Matter
      Pages I-LXXIX
    2. Nicola Susann Werner, Sabine Geisse, Wilfried Weber, Martin Fussenegger
      Pages 11-18
    3. Stephan Kalwy, James Rance, Alison Norman, Robert Gay
      Pages 19-28
    4. Gene W. Lee, Jill K. Fecko, Ann Yen, Deb Donaldson, Clive Wood, Scott Tobler et al.
      Pages 29-39
    5. Francesco Crea, Donatella Sarti, Francesco Falciani, Mohamed Al-Rubeai
      Pages 41-45
    6. Z.-H. Geng, W. Nudson, L. Davis, S. Luo, K. Etchberger
      Pages 53-55
    7. Maya Kuchenbecker, Bernd Rehberger, Michael Schriek, Judith Gackowski, Ralf Fehrenbach
      Pages 57-61
    8. Mariela Bollati-Fogolín, Werner Müller
      Pages 63-65
    9. T.L. Freeman, A.P. Chadwick, M.S. Lennard, C.M. Martin, R.G. Turcan, D. Blond
      Pages 67-70
    10. Maureen Spearman, Jose Rodriguez, Norm Huzel, Kevin Sunley, Michael Butler
      Pages 71-85
    11. T. Hamasaki, S. Aramaki, T. Imada, K. Teruya, S. Kabayama, Y. Katakura et al.
      Pages 87-89
    12. M. Maura, Y. Katakura, T. Miura, T. Fujiki, H. Shiraishi, S. Shirahata
      Pages 91-93
    13. Christine Lattenmayer, M. Loeschel, K. Schriebl, E. Trummer, K. Vorauer-Uhl, D. Mueller et al.
      Pages 95-98
    14. S. Shirahata, Y. Li, T. Hamasaki, Z. Gadek, K. Teruya, S. Kabayama et al.
      Pages 99-101
    15. Evelyn Trummer, Wolfgang Ernst, Dethardt Müller, Kornelia Schriebl, Christine Lattenmayer, Karola Vorauer-Uhl et al.
      Pages 103-106
    16. K.L. Astley, M. Al-Rubeai
      Pages 107-110
    17. Martin Bertschinger, Arnaud Schertenleib, Gaurav Backliwal, Martin Jordan, Florian M. Wurm
      Pages 111-115
    18. Shinei Matsumoto, Yoshinori Katakura, Makiko Yamashita, Yoshihiro Aiba, Kiichiro Teruya, Sanetaka Shirahata
      Pages 117-119
    19. Cristina A. Caldas, Diorge P. Souza, Maria Teresa A. Rodrigues, Andréa Q. Maranhão, Ana M. Moro, Marcelo M. Brigido
      Pages 121-123
    20. David L. Hacker, Leonard Cohen, Natalie Muller, Huy-Phan Thanh, Elisabeth Derow, Gerd Ritter et al.
      Pages 125-128
    21. Peter Aizawa, Göran Karlsson, Charlotte Benemar, Vera Segl, Kristina Martinelle, Elisabeth Lindner
      Pages 133-136
    22. A.J. Porter, A.J. Dickson, L.M. Barnes, A.J. Racher
      Pages 137-140
    23. Michael Schomberg, Christian Hakemeyer, Heino Büntemeyer, Lars Stiens, Jürgen Lehmann
      Pages 141-146
    24. J. Rodríguez, X. Rubiralta, J. Farré, P.J. Fabregues, J.M. Aguilera, J. Barrachina et al.
      Pages 147-151
    25. Sam Denby, Frank Baganz, David Mousdale
      Pages 153-156

    1. Front Matter
      Pages I-LXXIX
    2. S.H. Cedar, M.J. Patel, S.J. Pickering, P.R. Braude, S.L. Minger
      Pages 165-184
    3. James M. Piret, Clive H. Glover, Michael Marin, Mohammed A. S. Chaudhry, Connie J. Eaves, Bruce D. Bowen et al.
      Pages 185-189
    4. S. Niebruegge, H. Ebelt, M. Jungblut, H. Baer, M. Schroeder, R. Zweigerdt et al.
      Pages 191-195
    5. Andre B.H. Choo, Jeremy Crook, Steve K.W. Oh
      Pages 197-205
    6. Janina Schaper, Hermann Richard Bohnenkamp, Thomas Noll
      Pages 207-216
    7. J. Hartshorn, A.S.-H. Chan, Z.-H. Geng, L. Davis, S. Luo, J. Ni et al.
      Pages 221-224
    8. T. Toyosawa, M. Sasaki, Y. Kato, H. Yamada, S. Terada
      Pages 225-231
    9. L. Macke, B. Wrobel, W. Meyring, H.S.P. Garritsen, B. Wörmann, M. Rhode et al.
      Pages 239-242
    10. Claudia Benati, Roberto Sciarretta Birolo, Simona La Seta Catamancio, Marina Radrizzani, Cecilia Sendresen, Salvatore Toma
      Pages 243-250

    1. Front Matter
      Pages I-LXXIX
    2. Beate Stern, Christine Gjerdrum, Stian Knappskog, Laura Minsaas, Stian Nylund, Lene C. Olsen et al.
      Pages 261-268
    3. B.P. Kramer, M. Fischer, M. Fussenegger
      Pages 269-272
    4. V.M. Gorenflo, P. Beauchesne, V. Tayi, O. Lara, H. Drouin, J.B. Ritter et al.
      Pages 273-278
    5. V. Kleff, I. Rattmann, C. Ludwig, M. Flasshove, T. Moritz, B. Opalka
      Pages 279-282

    1. Front Matter
      Pages I-LXXIX

About these proceedings


The 19th ESACT meeting was to highlight the novel capabilities of the industry to move the products towards the clinic and was attended by a wide range of workers in the industry and for many it was their first ESACT meeting. The meeting was started with a session on Transcription to Secretion with a notable set of presentations on the emerging issues. The other sessions that followed Therapeutic Cell Engineering, Gene Medicine, Cells to Tissue, Protein products and Process Technology guided the delegates through the advances made for the progression of the biotechnology towards the industrial application of the products from cells. The meeting was supported by some exceptional invited speakers from around the world whose contributions complemented the emerging technologies and the changes being made at the industrial end of the ESACT spectrum. The proceedings here include the short papers adding the knowledge of the previous meetings and provide a reference for the researcher entering, or continuing in the field of Animal Cell Technology.


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  • Rodney Smith
    • 1
  1. 1.CTM BioTech LtdCambridgeUK

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