Biochemical Engineering X

An ECI Continuing Conference

May 18-23, 1997
Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada



Prof. Wei-Shou Hu, University of Minnesota, USA
Prof. James Swartz, Genentech, USA (Now at Stanford University)

Conference Program:  Not Available.

Relevant Publications:

M. J. Guardia, A. Europa, A. Gambhir, D. Ramkrishna and W.-S. Hu, “Alteration of Cell Metabolism and Existence of Multiple Steady States in Mammalian Cell Culture,” Biochemical Engineering X, Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada, May 1997.

Harcum, S. W.*, and W. E. Bentley (1997) Heterologous Protein Expression, the Heat-Shock Response, and the Stringent Response in Recombinant Escherichia coli  Have Overlapping Protease Activity, Engineering Foundation, Biochemical Engineering X, Calgary, Canada, May

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