Further Reading

Ahmed SI (1975) Laws of foam formation and foam fractionation. 1. The effect of different operating parameters on the foam fractionation of albumin from a solution containing organic and inorganic materials. Separation Science 10: 673.

Ahmed SI (1975) Laws of foam formation and foam fractionation. 2. The influence of different association conditions on surfactants, glycerides, sugar and salts on the foam fractionation of albumins. Separation Science 10: 689.

Bader R, Schultz F and Stacey M (1944) A crystalline serum mucoprotein with high choline esterase activity. Nature 154: 183.

Bader R and Schultz F (1946) Fractionation by adsorption and crystallization on foam. Part II. Experiments with bile salts. Transactions of the Faraday Society 42: 571.

Brown LK, Narsimhan G and Wankat PC (1990) Foam fractionation of globular proteins. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 36: 947.

Charm SE, Morningstar J, Matteo C and Paltiel B (1966) The separation and puriRcation of enzymes through foaming. Analytical Biochemistry 15: 498.

Davis SG, Fellers CR and Esselen WB (1949) Application of foam fractionation procedures to the isolation of fruit juices. Food Technology 3: 198.

Gehle RD and Schugerl K (1984) Protein recovery by continuous fractionation. Applied Microbiology Biotechnology 20: 133.

Holmstrom B (1968) Foam concentration of streptokinase from crude culture Rltrates. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 10: 551.

Lalchev Z, Dimitrova L, Txvetkova P and Exerowa D (1982) Foam separation of DNA and proteins from solutions. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 24: 2253.

Lalchev A and Exerowa D (1981) Concentration of proteins by foaming. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 23: 669.

Lemlich R (1968) Principles of foam fractionation. In: Perry ES (ed.) Progress in Separation and Purification, vol. 1, pp. 1 -56. New York: Interscience.

London M, Cohen M and Hudson P (1954) Some general characteristics of enzyme foam fractionation. Bio-chimica Biophysica Acta 13: 111.

London M and Hudson P (1953) Studies on the purification of acid prostatic phosphatase. Archives of Biochimica Biophysica Acta 46: 141.

Narsimhan G and Ruckenstein E (1986) Hydrodynamics, enrichment and collapse in foams. Langmuir 2: 230.

Narsimhan G and Ruckenstein E (1986) Effect of bubble size distribution on the enrichment and collapse in foams. Langmuir 2: 494.

Sarkar P, Bhattacharya P, Mukherjee RN and Muckerjee M (1987) Isolation and purification of protease from human placenta by foam fractionation. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 29: 934.

Schnepf RW and Gaden EL (1959) Foam fractionation of proteins: Concentration of aqueous solutions of BSA. Journal of Biochemical, Microbiological and Technological Engineering 1: 1.

Schultz F (1937) Adsorption on foams. Nature 139: 629.

Uraizee F and Narsimhan G (1995) A model for continuous foam concentration of proteins: Effects of kinetics of adsorption of proteins and coalescence of foam. Separation Science and Technology 36(6): 847.

Uraizee F and Narsimhan G (1996) Effects of kinetics of adsorption and coalescence on continuous foam concentration of proteins: Comparison of experimental results with model predictions. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 51: 384.

I. M. Flint, Canadian Process Technologies Inc., Vancouver, BC, Canada

M. A. Burstein, NPACI Edcenter on Computational Science and Engineering, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, USA

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