Institute of Technical Chemistry

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Walter, J., Stahl, F., Reck, M., Hollas, M., Melzner, D., & Scheper, T. (2006). Schwarze Nitrocellulose als Substrat für Protein Microarrays. Chemie Ingenieur Technik, 78(9).
Wang, C., Pagel, R., Dohrmann, J. K., & Bahnemann, D. W. (2006). Antenna mechanism and deaggregation concept: novel mechanistic principles for photocatalysis. Comptes rendus chimie.


Alt, V., Steinhof, R., Lotz, M., Ulber, R., Kasper, C., & Scheper, T. (2005). Optimization of Glycoalkaloid Analysis for Use in Industrial Potato Fruit Juice Downstreaming. Engineering in life sciences, 5(6), 562-567.
Araujo, P. Z., Mendive, C. B., García Rodenas, L. A., Morando, P. J., Regazzoni, A. E., Blesa, M. A., & Bahnemann, D. (2005). FT-IR-ATR as a tool to probe photocatalytic interfaces. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects.
Bahnemann, D., Muneer, M., Qamar, M., Rahman, M. A., & Singh, H. K. (2005). Semiconductor-mediated photocatalysed degradation of various pesticide derivatives and other priority organic pollutants in aqueous suspensions.
Berger, R. G., Scheper, T., & Schügerl, K. (2005). Scale-up of natural product formation and isolation. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, 49(8), 732-743.
Brückerhoff, T., Frerichs, J. G., Joeris, K., Konstantinov, K., & Scheper, T. (2005). Image Analysis Based Real Time-Control of Glucose Concentration. In Animal Cell Technology Meets Genomics (ESACT Proceedings; Vol. 2).
Burzlaff, A., Kasper, C., & Scheper, T. (2005). Online Analysis of Microcarrier Cultivations. In Animal Cell Technology Meets Genomics (ESACT Proceedings; Vol. 2).
Gierse, A., Stahl, F., Burzlaff, A., Kasper, C., & Scheper, T. (2005). Investigation of the effects of Ratjadone on the gene expression level via flow cytometry and DNA chip technology. Cell Proliferation, 38(4), 179. [L07].
Hantelmann, K., Kollecker, M., Hüll, D., Hitzmann, B., & Scheper, T. (2005). Two-dimensional fluorescence spectroscopy: A novel approach for controlling fed-batch cultivations. Journal of biotechnology, 121(3), 410-417.