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- Schaffeld, Guillermo, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Vaccine 2017 v.35 no.4 pp. 626-632
- DNA; Salmo salar; antibodies; aquaculture; coat proteins; edible vaccines; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; farmed fish; feces; financial economics; hematologic tests; high performance liquid chromatography; infectious diseases; mortality; necrosis; oral administration; oral vaccination; pathogens; polymerase chain reaction; recombinant vaccines; sediments; solid wastes
- ... DNA vaccination has emerged as a promising tool against infectious diseases of farmed fish. Oral delivery allows stress-free administration that is ideal for mass immunization and of paramount importance for infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN) and other viral disease that affect young salmonids and cause economic losses in aquaculture worldwide.We describe the development and in vivo assessment o ...
- Schaffeld, Guillermo, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology 1987 v.39 no.3 pp. 161-171
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae; acid hydrolysis; acid treatment; acidity; acids; beet pulp; biodegradation; biotechnology; cellulases; cellulose; chemical concentration; enzymatic hydrolysis; enzyme substrates; fungi; glucose; hemicellulose; pentoses; saccharification; solubilization; sugar beet pulp; syrups; temperature
- ... Fermentable sugars from beet pulp were obtained in a two‐stage hydrolytic process. The first stage involved mild acid treatment to hydrolyze the hemicellulose, producing a pentose‐rich syrup and a cellulose‐rich fraction. The second stage was the enzymic saccharification of the cellulose fraction with fungal cellulases to produce a glucose‐rich syrup. The acid hydrolysis stage was evaluated to opt ...