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    • Effect of oxygen supply on metabolism of immobilized and suspended Escherichia coli 

      Inanç, E.; Miller J. E.; DiBiasio, D. (John Wiley & Sons Inc, New York, NY, United States, 1996)
      The effect of reduced oxygen supply on the production of a recombinant protein (plasmid-encoded β-galactosidase) was investigated in Escherichia coli. A novel modified bubble tank reactor was used to provide a direct ...
    • Semi-analytical source method for reaction-diffusion problems 

      Cole, K. D.; Cetin, B.; Demirel, Y. (American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 2018)
      Estimation of thermal properties, diffusion properties, or chemical-reaction rates from transient data requires that a model is available that is physically meaningful and suitably precise. The model must also produce ...
    • Simulation of an integrated microfluidic device for bioparticle wash, separation and concentration 

      Çetin, Barbaros; Büyükkoçak, S.; Zeinali, Soheila; Özer, B. (American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 2013)
      Washing, separation and concentration of bioparticles are key operations for many biological and chemical analyses. In this study, the simulation of an integrated microfluidic device is studied. The proposed device has the ...
    • Spiral microfluidics device for continuous flow PCR 

      Salemmilani, Reza; Çetin, Barbaros (ASME, 2013)
      Polymerase-chain-Reaction (PCR) is a thermal cycling (repeated heating and cooling of PCR solution) process for DNA amplification. PCR is the key ingredient in many biomedical applications. One key feature for the success ...