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Cells and Culture

Proceedings of the 20th ESACT Meeting, Dresden, Germany, June 17-20, 2007

  • Thomas Noll

Part of the ESACT Proceedings book series (ESACT, volume 4)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-liv
  2. Single-Cell Analysis and Engineering

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Trissa Borgschulte, Fanny Delegrange, Christoph L. Bausch, David L. Hacker, Daniel W. Allison, Matthew V. Caple et al.
      Pages 3-8
    3. Peter de Haan, Alfred Engel, Walter de Vries, Jeroen van der Velden, Gerrit-Jan van Holst, Eddy Arnoldussen
      Pages 9-12
    4. Eva-Maria Engelhardt, A. Oberbek, D. Aibibu, G. Backliwal, M. Adam, J. Hilborn et al.
      Pages 13-18
    5. Josef Schulze-Horsel, Mareike Schulze, Yvonne Genzel, Udo Reichl
      Pages 25-28
    6. Christian Weber, Stephanie Gokorsch, Peter Czermak
      Pages 29-34
    7. Mark A. Gerber, Kimberly A. Lacy, Jennifer Cresswell, Nan Lin, Kevin J. Kayser, Matthew V. Caple
      Pages 35-39
    8. Genova A. Richardson, Daniel W. Allison, Nan Lin, Matthew V. Caple, Kevin J. Kayser
      Pages 41-44
    9. Genova A. Richardson, Nan Lin, Kimberly A. Lacy, Lynn A. Davis, Misa I. Gray, Jennifer Cresswell et al.
      Pages 45-48
    10. Thomas Rose, Anne Furthmann, Marie Etzien, Karsten Winkler, Volker Sandig
      Pages 49-55
    11. Karsten Winkler, Thomas Rose, Anne Furthmann, Christine Paul, Andrea Franke, Rita Berthold et al.
      Pages 57-62
  3. Applied Integrative Physiology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 71-71
    2. Ingo Jordan, Deborah Horn, Kristin Höwing, Volker Sandig
      Pages 79-88
    3. M. Schmidhuber, J. Wiest, A.M. Otto, M. Brischwein, H. Grothe, B. Wolf
      Pages 89-93
    4. N. Kochanowski, F. Blanchard, R. Cacan, F. Chirat, E. Guedon, A. Marc et al.
      Pages 95-99
    5. Ana P. Teixeira, Sónia Sá Santos, Ana I. Amaral, Nuno Carinhas, Rui Oliveira, Manuel J.T. Carrondo et al.
      Pages 101-106
    6. Hiroshi Matsuoka, Jun-ya Watanabe, Toshiya Takeda
      Pages 107-111
  4. Speed and Intensification in Bioprocess Development

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 113-113
    2. Stéphanie Biri, Fabrice Stock, Abdennaji Adib, Patrick Erbacher
      Pages 115-119
    3. Ray Field, Lekan Daramola, Jonathan Dempsey, Diane Hatton
      Pages 129-136
    4. Peter Söhlemann, Claudia Kollert, Jessica Thiems, Elisabeth Casademunt, Carola Schröder
      Pages 137-144
    5. J.-C. Drugmand, N. Havelange, S. Osumba, F. Bosco, F. Debras, F. Collignon et al.
      Pages 151-155
    6. S. Victores, A. Castillo, E. Faife, Y. Rabasa, Y. Alvarez, L. Rojas et al.
      Pages 161-164
    7. A. J. Porter, A.J. Dickson, L.M. Barnes, A.J. Racher
      Pages 165-169
    8. Joana Miranda, Manuel J.T. Carrondo, Paula M. Alves
      Pages 171-176
    9. Matthieu Stettler, Xiaowei Zhang, Tibor Anderlei, Maria De Jesus, Pascal Lefebvre, David L. Hacker et al.
      Pages 183-185
    10. Xiaowei Zhang, Matthieu Stettler, Oscar Reif, Andreas Kocourek, Maria De Jesus, David L. Hacker et al.
      Pages 187-191
    11. Carolyn M. Lam, Danny C.F. Wong, Miranda G.S. Yap, Efstratios N. Pistikopoulos, Athanasios Mantalaris
      Pages 193-199
    12. Oscar Platas, Vivien Lutz, Richard Getto, Ralf Pörtner
      Pages 201-204
    13. T. Nottorf, H. Büntemeyer, S. Siwiora-Brenke, D. Lütkemeyer, A. Loa, T. Noll et al.
      Pages 205-208
    14. Gaurav Backliwal, Sarah Wulhfard, Fanny Delegrange, Lucia Baldi, Maria de Jesus, Florian M. Wurm et al.
      Pages 229-232
    15. Alvio Figueredo, Ernesto Chico, Leda R. Castilho, Ricardo A. Medronho
      Pages 233-238
    16. Diane Hatton, Wyn Forrest-Owen, Greg Dean, Suzanne Gibson, Tori Crook, Amanda Lunney et al.
      Pages 239-244
    17. Soverin Karmiol, Mykle Gaynor, Robert Kenerson, John Daley, Rich Hassett, Gregory Van Slyke et al.
      Pages 253-255
    18. E. Ojito, A. Castro, M. Chea, R. Lugo, E. Suárez, A. Medina et al.
      Pages 257-260
    19. Gaurav Backliwal, Markus Hildinger, Ivan Küttel, David L. Hacker, Florian M. Wurm
      Pages 261-264

About these proceedings

Introduction

It has been predicted that nearly half of all human proteins are glycosylated indicating the significance of glycoproteins in human health and disease. For example, the glycans attached to proteins have emerged as important biomarkers in the diagnosis of diseases such as cancers and play a significant role in how pathogenic viruses gain entry into human cells. The study of glycoproteins has now become a truly proteomic science. In the last few years, technology developments including in silico methods, high throughput separation and detection techniques have accelerated the characterization of glycoproteins in cells and tissues. Glyco-engineering coupled to rapid recombinant protein production has facilitated the determination of glycoprotein structures key to exploring and exploiting their functional roles. Each chapter in this volume is written by experts in the field and together provide a review of the state of the art in the emerging field of glycoproteomics.

Keywords

Proteomics bioinformatics biotechnology cell cell culture glycoprotein microarray physiology protein proteins

Editors and affiliations

  • Thomas Noll
    • 1
  1. 1.Technische Fak., AG ZellkulturtechnikUniversität BielefeldBielefeldGermany

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