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Mammalian Cell Biotechnology in Protein Production

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Published by Walter de Gruyter .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biotechnology,
  • Cellular biology,
  • Proteins,
  • Science,
  • Cytology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Animal Cell Biotechnology,
  • Mammals

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHansjorg Hauser (Editor), Roland Wagner (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages480
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9016848M
    ISBN 103110134039
    ISBN 109783110134032

    The culture of Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cells for modern industrial applications, such as expression of recombinant proteins, requires media that support growth and production. Such media must support high viable cell densities while also stimulating the synthesis and extracellular transport of biologic products. Abstract: Mammalian cell lines are important host cells for the industrial production of pharmaceutical proteins owing to their capacity for correct folding, assembly and post-translational modification. In particular, Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells are the most dependable host cells for the industrial production of therapeutic proteins.

      Cultivated mammalian cells have become the dominant system for the production of recombinant proteins for clinical applications because of their capacity for proper protein folding, assembly and. The selection of high-producing mammalian cell lines represents a bottleneck in process development for the production of biopharmaceuticals. Traditional methods are time consuming (development times often exceed six months) and significantly limited by the number of clones that can be feasibly screened. The market for therapeutic proteins is set to double by , .

      Hirra Hussain, Rodrigo Maldonado-Agurto, Alan J. Dickson, The endoplasmic reticulum and unfolded protein response in the control of mammalian recombinant protein production, Biotechnology Letters, /sy, 36, 8, (), (). INTRODUCTION. The production of recombinant proteins by the biopharmaceutical industry will serve a global market with a projected size of USD$70 billion by [1, 2].The majority (∼70%) of recombinant therapeutic proteins are produced by mammalian cells in culture and this proportion is increasing.


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: Mammalian Cell Biotechnology in Protein Production (): Hauser, Hansjörg, Wagner, Roland: Books. Mammalian Cell Biotechnology in Protein Production 1. Genetic Manipulation of Mammalian Cells.

Falkner, Falko G. Wurm, Florian Μ. Pages Weidle, Ulrich Η. Pages 2. Biological Aspects of Animal Cells. Pages Pages 3. Cell Cultivation Technology.

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Get this from a library. Mammalian Cell Biotechnology in Protein Production. [Hansjörg Hauser; Roland Wagner;] -- "Hauser and Wagner have presented the new possibilities of Mammalian Cell Biology in a very informative and stimulating manner." Prof.

Hans Fritz, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. "Hauser. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Mammalian cell biotechnology in protein production /editors, Hansjörg Hauser, Roland Wagner in SearchWorks catalog.

Aspects of Gene Transfer and Gene Amplification in Recombinant Mammalian Cells Isolation of Recombinant Cell Clones Exhibiting High-Level Expression of the Introduced Gene Genetic Engineering of Antibodies and Derivatives from Mammalian Cells. Mammalian Cell Biotechnology in Protein Production.

Home page Books Mammalian Cell Biotechnology in Protein Production. Authors: Edited by Hansjorg Hauser, Roland Wagner Publishing: Walter de Gruyter, Inc. Published: May. Mammalian Cell Biotechnology in Protein Production. Odkazy. Mammalian Cell Cultures for Biologics Manufacturing.

Scott Estes and Mark Melville Mammalian Cell Line Developments in Speed and Efficiency. Susan Abu-Absi, Sen Xu, Hugh Graham, Nimish Dalal, Marcus Boyer and Kedar Dave Cell Culture Process Operations for Recombinant Protein Production. Sadettin S. Ozturk Equipment for Large-Scale Mammalian.

Mammalian cell culture technology has become a major field in modern biotechnology, especially in the area of human health and fascinating developments achieved in the past decades are impressive.

However, selection of a cell line that sustains stability of production over the required time period may be difficult to achieve during development of a therapeutic protein. There are several studies in the literature that have reported on the instability of protein production from recombinant cell lines.

Introduction Animal Cell Biotechnology: Methods and Protocols, Second Edition constitutes a comprehensive manual of state-of-the-art and new techniques for setting up mammalian cell lines for production of biopharmaceuticals, and for optimizing critical parameters for cell culture considering the whole cascade from lab to final production.

Abstract Mammalian cell expression has become the dominant recombinant protein production system for clinical applications because of its capacity for post-translational modification and human protein-like molecular structure assembly. Mammalian cell culture for production of recombinant proteins: A review of the critical steps in their biomanufacturing.

Author links open overlay panel. RóisínO’Flahertya AdamBergina1 EvangeliaFlampouria1Letícia MartinsMotaa1 IsmaelObaidiab1. In this chapter, we outline how increase in foreign protein production using mammalian cell cultures has been achieved for TGE‐based platforms with a focus on transfection methods, expression vectors, cell lines, and culture processes.

-Covers key elements of cell culture engineering applied to the production of recombinant proteins for therapeutic use -Focuses on mammalian and animal cells to help highlight synthetic and systems biology approaches to cell culture engineering, exemplified by the widely used CHO cell line -Part of the renowned Advanced Biotechnology book series Cell Culture Engineering: Recombinant Protein Production.

Contemporary issues in animal cell biotechnology; Protein production by genetically engineered mammalian cell lines; Understanding and controlling fluid-mechanical injury of animal cells in bioreactors; Oxygenating animal cell cultures: the remaining problems; The oxygenation of animal cell cultures by bubbles; Advances in animal cell immobilization technology.

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Protein production systems. Commonly used protein production systems include those derived from bacteria, yeast, baculovirus/insect, mammalian cells, and more recently filamentous fungi such as Myceliophthora thermophila.

When biopharmaceuticals are produced with one of these systems, process-related impurities termed host cell proteins also arrive in the final. Abstract: This chapter summarizes the recent developments of biopharmaceutical production using mammalian cell culture, and focuses on monoclonal antibodies (MAbs), which is the most dominant and most rapidly developing sector in the biopharmaceutical industry, and its large-scale production the most established.

Cultivated mammalian cells have become the dominant system for the production of recombinant proteins for clinical applications because of their capacity for proper protein folding, assembly and post-translational modification.

Thus, the quality and efficacy of a protein can be superior when express. Diane L. Rossi, Edmund A. Rossi, David M. Goldenberg, Chien‐Hsing Chang, A new mammalian host cell with enhanced survival enables completely serum‐free development of high‐level protein production cell lines, Biotechnology Progress.

Keywords:Mammalian expression system, patents in biopharmaceuticals, recombinant protein. Abstract:The industrial production of recombinant proteins preferentially requires the generation of stable cell lines expressing proteins in a quick, relatively facile, and a reproducible manner.

Different methods are used to insert exogenous DNA into the.Provide an overview on the use of mammalian cells in the biotechnology industry. LO2: Discuss the nutritional requirements of mammalian cells.

LO3: Describe the requirements for in vitro growth of mammalian cells. LO4: Provide an overview on aseptic requirements for cell culture processes. LO5: Describe the innate and acquired immune system.

LO6.