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CHEN.5350 Cell and Microbe Cultivation (Formerly 10.535)

Id: 002921 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


This course presents the principles of biochemical engineering with an emphasis on the unit operation of cell cultivation for production of commercially important products, especially biopharmaceuticals. The bioreactor is viewed as a device for controlling the environment of recombinant and traditional cultures. Major topics include media design, kinetics of growth and production, expression systems, bioreactor types, cell physiology, and bioprocess economics.


BIOL.4190 Biochemistry, or BIOL.5190 Biochemistry I, or CHEM.4500 Introduction to Biochemistry, or CHEM.5500 Biochemistry I.

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