Further reading Books

Butler, M. 1996. Animal Cell Culture and Technology. The basics. IRL Press. Flickinger, M. 1999. The Encyclopedia of Bioprocess Technology. Wiley. Fresheny, I. (ed.). 2006. Animal Cell Culture, a Practical Approach. IRL Press.

Grindley, J. and Ogden, J. 2000. Understanding Biopharmaceuticals. Manufacturing and Regulatory Issues. Interpharm Press.

Merten, O.-W., Mattanovich, D., Lang, C., Larsson, G., Neubauer, P., Porro, D., Postma, P., Teixeira de Mattos, J., and Cole, J.A. Recombinant Protein Production with Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells: A Comparative View on Host Physiology? Kluwer. Oxender, D. and Post, L. 1999. Novel Therapeutics from Modern Biotechnology. Springer Verlag. Ozturk, S. and Hu, W.S. (eds). 2006. Cell Culture Technology for Pharmaceutical and Cell-based Therapies. Taylor and Francis.

Vinci, V. and Parekh, S. 2003. Handbook of Industrial Cell Culture. Humana Press.

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