Adbusters, Issue 95: The Philosophy Issue

AB95: The Philosophy Issue
(May/June 2011)

Featured during this issue:

inventive Director: Pedro Inoue
Tzvetan Todorov on American torture
Darren Fleet discusses this generation’s “apocalypse”
We discover America’s function in Egypt’s darkish past
Pentti Linkola’s view on inhabitants control
Micah White demands revolution opposed to American decadence
Michael Löwy explores advertising’s have an effect on on our health
We ask: What issues in lifestyles? What concerns in dying?

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J. FEDER (Monsanto Company, St. Louis, MO): Does your medium contain serum? DR. R. G. RUPP: Yes, there's 5% horse serum. We recently reduced that significantly though. With the continuous feed there's no need to put so much serum in the medium. DR. A. J. PARCELLS (Upjohn, Kalamazoo, M I ) : You mentioned that you are using two different anion exchangers, trisacryl and Whatman. Do you have any preference of one over the other? DR. R. G. RUPP: Yes, I like trisacryl. It doesn't compress when you strip it and it binds pyrogens if they're there.

RUPP: No. We were given certain parameters under which we had to work and since we were planning to produce a number of patient-specific antibodies, we needed to cram as many of these vessels into as small a space as possible. Load cells became somewhat prohibitive. DR. J. , Thousand Oaks, CA): Have you looked at the viability of the cells inside the beads with time? It appears that you had a constant rate of production of antibody even though the cell density was increasing, suggesting that the specific productivity was decreasing.

1981). Monoclonal Antibody Projection in Artificial Capillary Cultures. Proc. Amer. Assoc. Cancer Res. 22: 362-365. , and Gilbride, K. (1984). Manuscript in preparation. Glacken, M. , Fleischaker, R. , and Sinskey, A. (1983). Mammalian Cell Culture: Engineering Principles and Scale-Up, Trends in Biotechnology, 1: 102-108. , (1984). Novel Bioreactor Systems and their Applications, Biotechnology 2: 447-453. Lim, F. , (1980). Microencapsulated Islets as Bioarticiial endocrine Pancreas, Science, 210: 908-910.

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