Animal Cell Technology Meets Genomics

Proceedings of the 18th ESACT Meeting Granada, Spain, May 11–14, 2003

  • Editors
  • Francesc Gòdia
  • Martin Fussenegger

Part of the ESACT Proceedings book series (ESACT, volume 2)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xcvi
  2. Cellular Mechanisms

    1. Mon-Han Wu, George Dimopoulos, Athanasios Mantalaris, Julie Varley
      Pages 3-13
    2. M. De Leon Gatti, K. Wlaschin, A. Rink, A. Sanny, K.S. Tan, P.M. Nissom et al.
      Pages 23-29
    3. Pauline M. Rudd, Anthony H. Merry, Raymond A. Dwek
      Pages 31-42
    4. M. Dürrschmid, C. Jursik, N. Borth, R. Grabherr, O. Doblhoff-Dier
      Pages 43-49
    5. M. Valer, T. Preckel, G. Luedke, C. Buhlmann
      Pages 51-57
    6. Bruno Figueroa, Eric Ailor, Mitchell Reff, J. Marie Hardwick, Michael Betenbaugh
      Pages 59-65
    7. L. Hunt, D. Hacker, H. El Abridi, F. Grosjean, M. Dejesus, M. Jordan et al.
      Pages 67-70
    8. Daniel E. Alete, Andrew J. Racher, John R. Birch, David C. James, C. Mark Smales
      Pages 71-74
    9. Moon Sue Lee, Kyoung Wook Kim, Young Hwan Kim, Gyun Min Lee
      Pages 75-78
    10. M.M. Bassani Molinas, C. Beer, F. Hesse, M. Wirth, Durocher , A. Kamen et al.
      Pages 83-86
    11. M. Bollatifogolin, N. Irani, A.J. Beccaria, C. Schulz, J. Von Den Heuvel, C.B. Elias et al.
      Pages 87-89
    12. J.-C. Drugmand, Y.-J. Schneider, S.N. Agathos
      Pages 91-94
    13. M. Lecina, A. Soley, P. Passamani, A. Casablancas, J. De Gràcia, C. Vela et al.
      Pages 103-106
    14. S. Juanola, J. Vives, J. Andersen, E. Prats, L. Cornudella, J.J. Cairó et al.
      Pages 111-113

About these proceedings


The 18th ESACT meeting was celebrated in Granada (Spain) in May 2003, and was entitled "Animal Cell Technology Meets Genomics", in order to reflect that the emerging technologies in the area of genomics, proteomics and other "-omics"-type disciplines will provide key technological assets to increase knowledge and open new horizons in animal cell technology. During the meeting a variety of top-class emerging technologies were presented together with the lastest advances in more mature industrial areas. The meeting was opened by a first session devoted to the understanding of basic cellular mechanisms, and four sessions focused on applied aspects of animal cell technology: Cell-based therapies and gene-based therapies, target discovery and biopharmaceuticals. The Granada Meeting has also seen a special focus on forefront industrial case studies. The spirit and scientific excellence of the 18th ESACT meeting is now reflected in different chapters of the book. The book presents, in form of short papers, a high number of the contributions to the meeting, and has been prepared with the aim to provide a relevant reference of the current research efforts in Animal Cell Technology.


Amino acid Calcium Expression Monitor Nucleotide Proteomics cell lines cells enzymes gene expression genes metabolism transgen transgene expression

Bibliographic information

  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Springer 2005
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Biomedical and Life Sciences
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4020-2791-8
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4020-3103-8
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