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Since the publication of Atherton and Sheppard's volume, the technique of Fmoc solid-phase peptide synthesis has matured considerably and is now the standard approach for the routine production of peptides. The focus of this new volume is much broader, and covers the essential procedures.
Gives all the basic information on C. elegans required to use it, including details on how to obtain, grow, and maintain C. elegans for use as a model system. Chapters also describe the genome project, provide practical details of transformation and describe strategies for gene inactivation.
Offers formulations of thermodynamic principles for hydrocarbon reservoirs. This book includes derivations for retrograde phenomena in capillaries, diffusion and convection, stability and criticality in mixtures, and precipitation from complex mixtures. It is aimed at petroleum and chemical engineers, and scientists in various disciplines.
Describes the microstructures of polymeric, colloidal, amphiphilic, and liquid crystalline liquids, and the relationship between microstructure and mechanical and flow properties. This book provides illustrations, practical examples, and worked problems. It serves as both a textbook for a graduate course and a research monograph.
Presents a discussion of what issues Quality Assurance and Quality Control need to identify for effective control in the preparation of biotechnology products. This book presents a series of topics that address quality and validation issues, starting with the cryopreservation of cell lines through the filling and finishing of the...
This textbook offers the candidate of both First and Second Class Certificates of Competency a fundamental knowledge of chemical engineering. The edition has been revised and updated to reflect changes in examination questions, and current developments in the engineering field.
Offers developments in the atomization of liquids and characteristics of sprays. This book explains the physical processes of atomization as well as guidelines for designing atomizers. It also demonstrates how the importance of the size and velocity of a particle contributes to improved spray characterization.