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The Annual Biochemical Engineering Symposium Series started in 1970 when Professors Larry E. Erickson (Kansas State University) and Peter J. Reilly (then with University of Nebraska-Lincoln) got together in Manhattan, KS along with their students for a half-day powwow and technical presentation by their students. Ever since then, it has been a forum for Biochemical Engineering students in the heartland of USA to present their research to their colleagues in the form of talks and posters. The institutions actively involved with this annual symposium include Colorado State University, Kansas State University, Iowa State University, University of Colorado, University of Kansas, University of Missouri-Columbia, and University of Oklahoma. The University of lowa and University of Nebraska-Lincoln have also participated in the conference in recent years. The host institutions for the different symposia have been: Kansas State University (1, 3, 5, 9, 12, 16, 20), Iowa State University (6, 7, 10, 13, 17, 22), University of Missouri-Columbia (8, 14, 19, 25), Colorado State University (II, 15, 21), University of Colorado (18, 24), University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2, 4), University of Oklahoma (23). The next symposium will be held at Kansas State University. Proceedings of the Symposium are edited by faculty of the host institution and include manuscripts written and submitted by the presenters (students). These often include works-in-progress and final publication usually takes place in refereed journals.

Contents
Patrick C. Gilcrease and Vincent G. Murphy, Colorado State University.
Use of 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene (TNT) As A Nitrogen Source By A Pseudomonas florescens Species Under Aerobic Conditions.

Marulidharan Narayanan, Lawrence C. Davis, and Larry E. Erickson, Kansas State University.
Biodegradation Studies of Chlorinated Organic Pollutants in a Chamber in the Presence of Alfalfa Plants.

S.K. Santharam, L.E. Erickson, and L.T. Fan, Kansas State University.
Surfactant-Enhanced Remediation of a Non-Aqueous Phase Contaminant in Soil.

Barry Vant-Hull, Larry Gold, and Robert H. Davis, University of Colorado.
The Binding of T7 RNA Polymerase to Double-Stranded RNA.

Jeffrey A. Kern and Robert H. Davis, University of Colorado.
Improvement of RNA Transcription Yield Using a Fed-Batch Enzyme Reactor.

G. Szakacs, M. Pecs, J. Sipocz, I. Kaszas, S.R. Deecker, J.C. Linden, R.P. Tengerdy, Colorado State University.
Bioprocessing of Sweet Sorghum With In Situ Produced Enzymes.

Brad Forlow and Matthias Nollert, University of Oklahoma.
The Effect of Shear Stress ad P-selectin Site Density on the Rolling Velocity of White Blood Cells.

Martin C. Heller and Theodore W. Randolph, University of Colorado.
The Effects of Plyethylene Glycol and Dextran on the Lyophilization of Human Hemoglobin.

LaToya S. Jones and Theodore W. Randolph, University of Colorado.
Purification of Recombinant Hepatitis B Vaccine: Effect of Virus/Surfactant Interactions.

Ching-Yuan Lee, Michael G. Sportiello, Stephen Cape, Sean Ferree, Paul Todd, Craig E. Kundrot, and Cindy Barnes, University of Colorado.
Application of Osmotic Dewatering to the Crystallization of Oligonucleotides for Crystallography.

Xueou Deng, L.E. Erickson, and D.Y.C. Fung, Kansas State University.
Production of Protein-Rich Beverages from Cheese Whey and Soybean by rapid Hydration Hydrothermal Cooking.

Pedro M. Coutinho, Michael K. Dowd, and Peter J. Reilly, Iowa State University.
Automated Docking of Glucoamylase Substrates and Inhibitors.

J. Johansson and R.K. Bajpai, University of Missouri.
Adsorption of Albumin on Polymeric Microporous Membranes.

Publication Date:

9-16-1995

Publisher:

Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Missouri

City:

Columbia, MO

Disciplines:

Biochemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Biochemical Engineering Symposium

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