David L. Hacker

Affiliations: 
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, United States 
Area:
Microbiology Biology, Molecular Biology
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Zhu L, Xu B, Wu X, et al. (2020) Analysis of volumetric mass transfer coefficient () in small- (250 mL) to large-scale (2500 L) orbitally shaken bioreactors. 3 Biotech. 10: 397
Shen X, Dojcinovic D, Baldi L, et al. (2017) Improved process conditions for increasing expression of MHC class II protein from a stable Drosophila S2 cell line. Biotechnology Letters
Zhu LK, Monteil DT, Shen X, et al. (2016) Studies on Fluid Dynamics of the Flow Field and Gas Transfer in Orbitally Shaken Tubes. Biotechnology Progress
Monteil DT, Juvet V, Paz J, et al. (2016) A comparison of orbitally-shaken and stirred-tank bioreactors: pH modulation and bioreactor type affect CHO cell growth and protein glycosylation. Biotechnology Progress
Hacker DL, Balasubramanian S. (2016) Recombinant protein production from stable mammalian cell lines and pools. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 38: 129-136
Balasubramanian S, Hacker DL, Wurm FM. (2016) Multigene expression in stable CHO cell pools generated with the piggyBac transposon system. Biotechnology Progress
Monteil DT, Shen X, Tontodonati G, et al. (2016) Disposable orbitally-shaken TubeSpin bioreactor 600 for Sf9 cell cultivation in suspension. Analytical Biochemistry
Balasubramanian S, Rajendra Y, Baldi L, et al. (2015) Comparison of three transposons for the generation of highly productive recombinant CHO cell pools and cell lines. Biotechnology and Bioengineering
Shen X, Pitol AK, Bachmann V, et al. (2015) A simple plasmid-based transient gene expression method using High Five cells. Journal of Biotechnology. 216: 67-75
Waszak SM, Delaneau O, Gschwind AR, et al. (2015) Population Variation and Genetic Control of Modular Chromatin Architecture in Humans. Cell. 162: 1039-50
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