Biochemical Separations: An Introduction to Laboratory Techniques in Biotechnology (Biochemical Separati)

Venue: Rutgers University, Lipman Hall

Location: New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2008 End Date/Time: Sep 21, 2008
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This is an introductory-level course designed to acquaint participants with the wide range of modern techniques available for separating and purifying biomolecules. The fundamentals of each technique will be presented, including practical examples; however, sufficient theoretical background will be provided to enable the participants to understand how each technique functions. Emphasis will be placed on techniques used in protein isolation and purification-both from native and recombinant sources. The course will be particularly valuable to those who are beginning work in biochemistry and biotechnology laboratories and who wish to broaden their background in separation procedures used in biochemistry. "Biochemical Separations" may be useful for persons getting back into the laboratory after several years, for those between jobs, and for scientists whose job description now requires familiarity with separation techniques used in Downstream Processing.


76 Lipman Drive
New Jersey
United States

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Other Program dates are as follows: 2008 Course Dates May 16-18, 2008 September 19-21, 2008 All courses are Friday thru Sunday Friday 3pm - 7pm Saturday 9am - 5pm Sunday 10am - 3pm For Fees, Please View Website *Rutgers Affiliates Recieve Special Rate