Applications of Enzyme Biotechnology

  • Jeffery W. Kelly
  • Thomas O. Baldwin

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Minisymposium on Diagnostic Therapeutic Applications of Radiolabeled Antibodies

    1. Sally W. Schwarz, Michael J. Welch
      Pages 1-13
    2. Michael R. Zalutsky, Pradeep K. Garg, Ganesan Vaidyanathan, Sudha Garg
      Pages 15-28
    3. Herbert E. Fuchs, Michael R. Zalutsky, Gary E. Archer, Darell D. Bigner
      Pages 29-38
  3. Selective Functionalization of Alkanes by Enzymes and Their Models

    1. Wayne A. Froland, Kristoffer K. Andersson, Sang-Kyu Lee, Yi Liu, John D. Lipscomb
      Pages 39-53
    2. Amy C. Rosenzweig, Xudong Feng, Stephen J. Lippard
      Pages 69-85
    3. Derek H. R. Barton, Darío Doller
      Pages 87-98
  4. Protein Folding and Refolding for Commercially Important Proteins

    1. T. F. Holzman, S. W. Fesik, C. Park, J. L. Kofron
      Pages 109-128
    2. Anna Mitraki, Ben Fane, Cameron Haase-Pettingell, Jonathan King
      Pages 129-136
  5. Environmental Biotechnology

  6. Protein Processing—New Techniques

    1. Charles Pidgeon, Craig Marcus, Francisco Alvarez
      Pages 201-220
    2. Noubar B. Afeyan, Scott P. Fulton, Fred E. Regnier
      Pages 221-231
    3. Helmut M. Sassenfeld, Michael Deeley, John Rubero, Janet C. Shriner, Hassan Madani
      Pages 251-259
  7. Expression Systems—Exogenous Proteins

    1. Roy H. Doi, Xiao-Song He, Paula McCready, Nouna Bakheit
      Pages 261-272
    2. Randy M. Berka, Frank T. Bayliss, Peggy Bloebaum, Daniel Cullen, Nigel S. Dunn-Coleman, Katherine H. Kodama et al.
      Pages 273-292
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 301-309

About this book


The Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program (IUCCP) has sponsored eight previous international symposia covering a range of topics of interest to industrial and academic chemists. The ninth IUCCP Symposium, held March 18-21, 1991 at Texas A&M University was the second in a two part series focusing on Biotechnology. The title for this Symposium "Applications of Enzyme Biotechnology" was by design a rather all encompassing title, similar in some respects to the discipline. Biotechnology refers to the application of biochemistry for the development of a commercial product. Persons employed in or interested in biotechnology may be chemists, molecular biologists, biophysicists, or physicians. The breadth of biotech research projects requires close collaboration between scientists of a variety of backgrounds, prejudices, and interests. Biotechnology is a comparatively new discipline closely tied to new developments in the fields of chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology and medicine. The primary function of Texas A&M University is to educate students who will be appropriately trained to carry out the mission of biotechnology. The IUCCP Symposium serves as an important forum for fostering closer ties between academia and industry and exchanging ideas so important to this evolving area.


Expression biochemistry biology biotechnology chemistry chromatography development enzyme enzymes molecular biology mutation protein protein folding

Editors and affiliations

  • Jeffery W. Kelly
    • 1
  • Thomas O. Baldwin
    • 1
  1. 1.Texas A&M UniversityCollege StationUSA

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