Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research

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0888-5885
Electronic ISSN
1520-5045
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2.072
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ACS
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http://pubs.acs.org/journal/iecred
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635
Article count
5563
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11
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0.00197735
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  1. Complexation Hydrogels as Oral Delivery Vehicles of Therapeutic Antibodies: An in Vitro and ex Vivo Evaluation of Antibody Stability and Bioactivity.

    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 54(42):10197 (2015) PMID 26556950

    Oral administration of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) may enable the localized treatment of infections or other conditions in the gastrointestinal tract (GI) as well as systemic diseases. As with the development of oral protein biotherapeutics, one of the most challenging tasks in antibody therapie...
  2. Preparation and Characterization of N-Halamine-based Antimicrobial Fillers.

    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 51(14):5148 (2012) PMID 22942559

    The purpose of this study was to demonstrate that the surface of CaCO(3) fillers could be coated with an N-halamine based fatty acid to make the filler surface organophilic and accomplish antibacterial activity simultaneously, rendering the resulting polymer-filler composites antimicrobial. Thus,...
  3. The use of rice hulls for sustainable control of NOx emissions in deep space missions.

    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 42(8):1813 (2003) PMID 14672085

    The use of the activated carbon produced from rice hulls to control NOx emissions for future deep space missions has been demonstrated. The optimal carbonization temperature range was found to be between 600 and 750 degrees C. A burnoff of 61.8% was found at 700 degrees C in pyrolysis and 750 de...
  4. Novel optical methodologies in studying mechanical signal transduction in mammalian cells.

    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 38(3):601 (1999) PMID 11757568

    For the last 3 decades evidence has been accumulating that some types of mammalian cells respond to their mechanically active environment by altering their morphology, growth rate, and metabolism. The study of such responses is very important in understanding, physiological and pathological cond...
  5. Effect of modulator sorption on gradient shape in ion-exchange chromatography.

    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 34(8):2805 (1995) PMID 11541095

    Mobile phase additives, or modulators, are used in gradient elution chromatography to facilitate separation and reduce separation time. The modulators are usually assumed to be linearly adsorbed or unadsorbed. Here, the consequences of nonlinear modulator adsorption are examined for ion-exchange...