01BioreactionINtroGoal-2007

01BioreactionINtroGoal-2007 - Logistics Tuesday/Thursday...

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1 Logistics Tuesday/Thursday 9:00-10:30 AM (Starts at 9:10 AM) Professor: Shuichi Takayama, Ph.D. (BME, MACRO) Office: 2115 Gerstacker E-mail: takayama@umich.edu Prerequisites: BME 221, Bio 310 (concurrent). Textbook: Shuler ML; Kargi F, BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING , Prentice Hall, 2002 Course website: https:// ctng.ummu.umich.edu/ Websites: NIH Public Medline: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/PubMed/medline.html The Web of Science: http://isi10.newisiknowledge.com/portal.cgi Read scientific journal/articles Think of good questions II. Course Goals 1) Develop bioreaction and bioreactor intuition. (Lectures, homework, exams) 2) Learn basics of enzyme structure, function, kinetics, inhibition. Also learn how to analyze enzyme kinetics and mechanisms. (Lectures, homework, exams) 3) Familiarization with bioreactions/bioreactors literature and applications. (Lectures, presentation, literature research) 4) Learn how to design, evaluate, and analyze bioreactors (batch, continuous). (Lectures, homework, exams) 5) Sharpen critical thinking and analysis (discussions, presentations) 6) Practice effective communication of ideas (presentations)
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2 III. Grading 3 credits, Breakdown: (a) 3 exams: (50 pt + 50 pts + 50pts) (b) 1 classroom presentation on student- selected paper, 1 per student pair (50 pt.). (c) Homework and in-class quiz (50 pt.) (d) Participation/Evaluation (50 pt) TOTAL possible points: 300 pt. Classroom Journal Presentation - 10 minute presentations + 5 min QA - Submit electronic format of presentation (by email) (Powerpoint) 72 hours prior to your presentation . - Grading of Oral Presentation (50 pts Total): Clear definition of problem/issue 5 pts Clear explanation of the technology/biology 5 pts Effective use of visuals 5 pts Good mechanisms/quanitification/equations 5 pts Choice of good article, ppt on time 5 pts Effective background research Q/A’s 5 pts Peer evaluation 20 pts
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3 V. Journals - Minimum you should browse through Nature Science Nature Biotech Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA (PNAS) - Others (just some examples, there are more) Biotechnol Bioeng Biotechnol Prog VI. Other Textbooks/References (just some examples) Fogler, H. S., Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering. Prentice Hall, Inc. NJ 1998. Lodish, G.; Berk, A.; Zipursky, L. S.; Matsudaira, P. Molecular Cell Biology , WH Freeman, 1999 Alberts, B.; Bray, D.; Lewis, J.; Raff, M.; Roberts, K.; Watson, J. D. Molecular Biology of the Cell , Garland Publishing, New York, 1994. Lanza, R. P.; Langer, R.; Vacanti, J., Eds. Principles of Tissue Engineering, 2 nd Ed. , Academic Press, San Diego, 2000. Introduction Bioreaction/Bioprocess - What is it? Bioreaction – Past, Present, Future Bioprocess Engineering – Broad field Economic/Societal Impact
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4 Bioreactions Enzyme-mediated reactions Reactions mediated by multiple enzymes Reactions mediated by cell components Reactions mediated by cells Effects mediated by groups of cells BIOTECHNOLOGY :
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