Animal Cell Technology: Basic & Applied Aspects

Proceedings of the Fifth International Meeting of the Japanese Association for Animal Cell Technology, Omiya, Japan, November 30—December 4, 1992

  • S. Kaminogawa
  • A. Ametani
  • S. Hachimura

Part of the Animal Cell Technology: Basic & Applied Aspects book series (ANICELLTECH, volume 5)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Search for Edible Plant Constituents of Anti-Tumor Promotion Using an Inhibition Test of Epstein-Barr Virus Activation in Raji Cells

  3. Cell Characterization

    1. S. R. Coppen, R. Newsam, A. J. Baines, A. T. Bull, C. Caulcott
      Pages 9-18
    2. Takahiro Nomura, Kazuo Ryoyama, Gensaku Okada, Sadaya Matano, Haruhiko Tokuyama, Isao Hori et al.
      Pages 19-24
    3. T. Matsuda, J. Ahn, Y. Mizuno, T. Adachi, N. Aoki, R. Nakamura
      Pages 25-31
    4. Akio Ametani, Satoshi Hachimura, Akemi Imaoka, Yoshio Yamamoto, Ho-Keun Yi, Shuichi Kaminogawa
      Pages 33-40
    5. Hoon Jeon, Masaaki Ono, Chino Kumagai, Yasuo Kitagawa
      Pages 41-48
    6. Hidetoshi Inagaki, Yuichi Matsushima, Mikiko Ohshima, Yasuo Kitagawa
      Pages 49-55
  4. Expression of Recombinant Animal Genes in Cultured Cells

    1. Masahiro Mizuguchi, Ken Matsumoto, Kazukiyo Onodera
      Pages 57-61
    2. Shinji Hosoi, Mitsuo Satoh, Hiromasa Miyaji, Tatsunari Nishi, Tamio Mizukami, Mamoru Hasegawa et al.
      Pages 63-70
    3. Masaya Nagao, Seiji Masuda, Satoshi Abe, Masatsugu Ueda, Ryuzo Sasaki
      Pages 71-77
    4. Hideyo Kirinaka, Shinji Iijima, Takeshi Kobayashi
      Pages 79-84
    5. Ulrich Valley, Thomas Ryll, Roland Wagner
      Pages 93-97
    6. T. Tamai, T. Noguchi, N. Sato, S. Kimura, S. Shirahata, H. Murakami
      Pages 99-105
    7. K. Okumura, Y. Horikita, K. Hishida, H. Taguchi, Y. Shimabayashi, M. Nagao et al.
      Pages 107-113
    8. K. Mizumachi, J. Kurisaki, N. M. Tsuji
      Pages 115-121
    9. T. Tamai, T. Noguchi, K. Tsujimura, N. Sato, S. Kimura, S. Shirahata et al.
      Pages 123-127
  5. Cell Culture for Assessment of Physiologically Functional and Hazardous Substances

    1. K. Yagasaki, Y. Sakazaki, Y. Kida, Y. Miura, R. Funabiki
      Pages 129-133
    2. Y. Miura, K. Ishihara, Y-H. Ito, Y-T. Ito, K. Yagasaki, R. Funabiki
      Pages 143-148
    3. Junji Magae, Takao Kataoka, Masahiro Yamashita, Ryohei F. Tsuji, Mi-Heon Lee, Makari Yamasaki et al.
      Pages 149-154
    4. J. Lee, A. Ametani, Y. Sato, S. Kaminogawa
      Pages 155-164
    5. Toru Kino, Hiroshi Hatanaka, Toshio Goto, Masakuni Okuhara
      Pages 165-169
    6. Yasuto Sasaki, Masuko Kobori, Hironobu Mori, Kazuki Shinohara
      Pages 183-188
    7. Juliet O. Lobo, Roxanne L. Samrock, David W. Jayme, Paul J. Price
      Pages 195-201
  6. Enhancement of Productivity

    1. David W. Jayme, Richard M. Fike, James M. Kubiak, Cheryl R. Nash, Paul J. Price
      Pages 215-222
    2. S. C. Musgrave, Y. Douglas, G. Layton, J. Merrett, M. F. Scott, C. A. Caulcott
      Pages 223-230
    3. N. Jenkins, C. Wingrove, P. Strange, A. Baines, E. Curling, R. Freedman et al.
      Pages 231-235
    4. P. M. Hayter, M. L. Gould, I. Salmon, J. M. Tong, A. T. Bull
      Pages 243-250
    5. Paul J. Battista, Mary Lynn Tilkins, David A. Judd, Stephen F. Gorfien, David W. Jayme
      Pages 251-257
    6. Y. Minai, T. Hisatsune, K. Nishijima, A. Enomoto, S. Kaminogawa
      Pages 259-266
    7. N. Jenkins, A. Hovey
      Pages 267-272
  7. Removal and Inactivation of Contaminant Microorganisms

  8. High Density Culture

    1. Henrik Albahn Hansen, Bo Damgaard, Claus Emborg
      Pages 301-307
    2. Y. Shirai, K. Hashimoto, T. Aoki, T. Yoshimi
      Pages 325-333
    3. R. X. van der Meer, M. C. Philippi, B. Romein, C. A. M. van der Velden-de Groot, E. C. Beuvery
      Pages 335-340
    4. Takami Arai, Seiichi Yokoyama, Michiyuki Tokashiki
      Pages 341-346
    5. H. Yoshida, S. Mizutani, H. Ikenaga
      Pages 347-353
    6. Hideki Shimoizu, Yuko Naka, Nobuyuki Etou
      Pages 355-360
    7. Sei Murakami, Yoshihisa Yamaguchi, Ryoichi Haga, Hikari Murakami
      Pages 361-367

About this book


Animal cell technology has been making tremendous progress. Originally this term reminded people of engineering for high density and large volume culture of animal cells. At present many fields of biological sciences are aiming at advance in animal cell technology. Cell culture engineering is aided not only with developments in apparatus, matrix, media, and computational analysis, but also with new biological procedures in gene and protein technology, cell biological resources and immunological methods. Results obtained with animal cell technology are applied to production of pharmaceuticals, diagnosis reagents and food endowed with physiological functions, and cell and gene therapy of animals and humans, and useful for elucidating scientific phenomena. It is also essential to establish methods of evaluation for functionality and safety of newly discovered molecules and cells. The progress in animal cell technology is supported by, and attributes in both of basic and applied sciences. The proceedings of the Fifth International Meeting of the Japanese Association for Animal Cell Technology (JAACT) covers the subjects above mentioned. The articles in this book will help researchers in many fields to understand the current status and future trends in animal cell technology. JAACT organized this Meeting and we express our gratitude to the members of JAACT. We gratefully acknowledge all the members of the organizing committee for their dedication in assuring the Meeting's success. For their valuable supports, we also thank the Japanese Biolndustry Association and Saitama Foundation for Culture and Industry.


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Editors and affiliations

  • S. Kaminogawa
    • 1
  • A. Ametani
    • 1
  • S. Hachimura
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Agricultural ChemistryThe University of TokyoJapan

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