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UK Aberystwyth Kemp RB

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Team previous Kemp Richard, Guan Y Hugh
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Kemp 2000 Thermochim Acta (Vol 349)2000Kemp RB, Guan YH (2000) The application of heat flux measurements to improve the growth of mammalian cells in culture. Thermochim Acta 349: 23-30.
Guan 1999 Cytotechnol1999Guan YH, Kemp RB (1999) On-line heat flux measurements improve the culture medium for the growth and productivity of genetically engineered CHO cells. Cytotechnol 30:107-20.
Guan 1999 ACT1999Guan YH, Kemp RB (1999) A model for the on-line scrutiny of metabolism: Its application to the changing nutritional demands of clutured animal cells. In Bernard A et al (eds) Animal cell technology: Products from cells, cells as products. Kluwer Academic Publ:131-3.
Guan 1999 J Biotechnol1999Guan YH, Kemp RB (1999) Detection of the changing substrate requirements of cultured animal cells by stoichiometric growth equations validated by enthalpy balances. J Biotechnol 69:95-114.
Guan 1996 BTK-3871996Guan Y, Kemp RB (1996) Medium design with the aid of heat flux measurement in mammalian cell culture. In: BioThermoKinetics of the Living Cell (Westerhoff HV, Snoep JL, Wijker JE, Sluse FE, Kholodenko BN, eds), BioThermoKinetics, Amsterdam: 387-395.
Kemp 1996 BTK1996Kemp RB, Evans PM, Guan Y (1996) Heat flux as a control variable in optimizing the growth process of mammalian cells in batch culture. In: Bio-ThermoKinetics of the Living Cell (Westerhoff HV, Snoep JL, Wijker JE, Sluse FE, Kholodenko BN, eds), BioThermoKinetics, Amsterdam: 398-406.
Kemp 1994 BTK-2261994
BTK1994
Kemp RB, Hoare S, Schmalfeldt M, Bridge ChMC, Evansa PM, Gnaiger E (1994) A thermochemical study of the producion of lactate by glutaminolysis and glycolysis in mouse macrophage hybridoma cells. In: What is Controlling Life? (Gnaiger E, Gellerich FN, Wyss M, eds) Modern Trends in BioThermoKinetics 3. Innsbruck Univ Press:226-31.

O2k-Abstracts

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IOC05. Aberystwyth, University of Wales (UK) 1993, March 1-3: Metabolic energetics in ecological, cellular and biomedical research

Local organizer: Richard B Kemp

1. Methods in Biological Calorimetry and Respirometry

  • Gnaiger Erich (Univ. Innsbruck, AT): Design, function and an overview on applications of the Oroboros Oxygraph.
  • Gnaiger Erich (Univ. Innsbruck, AT), Kemp Richard B (University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK): Design, function and an overview on biological applications of the ThermoMetric Thermal Activity Monitor.
  • Kemp Richard B (University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK): The potential of calorimetric measurements in the analysis of growth by cultured animal cells.
  • Gnaiger Erich, Mendez Gabriela (Univ. Innsbruck, AT): The measurement of P/O ratios in isolated mitochondria: High-resolution ADP pulse respirometry versus stopped-flow respirometry.
  • Kemp Richard B (University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK): Aerobic and anaerobic metabolism in cultured mammalian cells.
  • Gnaiger Erich, Steinlechner Rosmarie (Univ. Innsbruck, AT): Oxygen dependence of respiration: Oxygen limitation and down-regulation.
  • Gnaiger Erich, Mendez Gabriela (Univ. Innsbruck, AT): Efficiency of oxidative phosphorylation under severe hypoxia: A novel approach by oxygen injection calorespirometry.

2. Biological Applications of Mass Spectroscopy

  • Lloyd David (University of Wales, Cardiff, UK): Membrane inlet quadruple mass spectroscopy for the measurement of biological gas exchange.
  • Benstend Julie (University of Wales, Cardiff, UK): On the measurement of gaseous exchange in methanogenic systems.
  • Goodacre Roy, Neal MJ, Kell Douglas B (University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK): Who's there? Quantification and classification of biological systems using pyrolysis mass spectroscopy and neural networks.

3. Dielectrics

  • Pethig Ronald (University of Wales, Bangor): Dielectrophoresis.
  • Davey CL, Kell Douglas B (University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK): Dielectrics and the quantification of microbial biomass.

4. Instrument and software demonstrations

  • Oroboros Oxygraph and DatLab. Erich Gnaiger, Innsbruck.
  • Thermal Activity Monitor and DIGITAM, ThermoMetric. Bob Taylor, Northwich.
  • GEPASI, Metabolic Simulator. P. Mendes, Aberystwyth.
  • Biomass Monitor. Aber Instruments Ltd., Aberystwyth. Douglas Kell, Aberystwyth.

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We must very sorrowfully inform that our dear colleague, Dr. Richard Kemp, passed away.