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Abhiram Arunkumar
Abhiram Arunkumar
Scientist, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei wisc.edu
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Clarification technologies for monoclonal antibody manufacturing processes: Current state and future perspectives
N Singh, A Arunkumar, S Chollangi, ZG Tan, M Borys, ZJ Li
Biotechnology and bioengineering 113 (4), 698-716, 2016
782016
Fractionation of α-lactalbumin from β-lactoglobulin using positively charged tangential flow ultrafiltration membranes
A Arunkumar, MR Etzel
Separation and Purification Technology 105, 121-128, 2013
682013
Negatively charged tangential flow ultrafiltration membranes for whey protein concentration
A Arunkumar, MR Etzel
Journal of Membrane Science 475, 340-348, 2015
632015
Fractionation of α-lactalbumin and β-lactoglobulin from bovine milk serum using staged, positively charged, tangential flow ultrafiltration membranes
A Arunkumar, MR Etzel
Journal of Membrane Science 454, 488-495, 2014
602014
Investigation of single-pass tangential flow filtration (SPTFF) as an inline concentration step for cell culture harvest
A Arunkumar, N Singh, M Peck, MC Borys, ZJ Li
Journal of membrane science 524, 20-32, 2017
332017
Ultrafiltration behavior of monoclonal antibodies and Fc‐fusion proteins: Effects of physical properties
Y Baek, N Singh, A Arunkumar, M Borys, ZJ Li, AL Zydney
Biotechnology and bioengineering 114 (9), 2057-2065, 2017
312017
Chromatographic purification and characterization of whey protein–dextran glycation products
T Bund, S Allelein, A Arunkumar, JA Lucey, MR Etzel
Journal of Chromatography A 1244, 98-105, 2012
252012
Effects of histidine and sucrose on the biophysical properties of a monoclonal antibody
Y Baek, N Singh, A Arunkumar, AL Zydney
Pharmaceutical research 34 (3), 629-639, 2017
222017
Effect of channel-induced shear on biologics during ultrafiltration/diafiltration (UF/DF)
A Arunkumar, N Singh, EG Schutsky, M Peck, RK Swanson, MC Borys, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 514, 671-683, 2016
212016
Development of adsorptive hybrid filters to enable two-step purification of biologics
N Singh, A Arunkumar, M Peck, AM Voloshin, AM Moreno, Z Tan, J Hester, ...
MAbs 9 (2), 350-364, 2017
202017
Charged ultrafiltration and microfiltration membranes for antibody purification
MR Etzel, A Arunkumar
Process scale purification of antibodies, 247-267, 2017
162017
Mass balance model with donnan equilibrium accurately describes unusual pH and excipient profiles during diafiltration of monoclonal antibodies
Y Baek, N Singh, A Arunkumar, A Borwankar, AL Zydney
Biotechnology journal 14 (7), 1800517, 2019
142019
Ultrafiltration behavior of an Fc-fusion protein: Filtrate flux data and modeling
Y Baek, N Singh, A Arunkumar, A Zydney
Journal of Membrane Science 528, 171-177, 2017
132017
Comparison of flat-sheet and spiral-wound negatively-charged wide-pore ultrafiltration membranes for whey protein concentration
A Arunkumar, MS Molitor, MR Etzel
International Dairy Journal 56, 129-133, 2016
122016
Ultrafiltration behavior of partially retained proteins and completely retained proteins using equally‐staged single pass tangential flow filtration membranes
A Arunkumar, J Zhang, N Singh, S Ghose, ZJ Li
Biotechnology Progress 34 (5), 1137-1148, 2018
102018
pH variations during diafiltration due to buffer nonidealities
Y Baek, D Yang, N Singh, A Arunkumar, S Ghose, ZJ Li, AL Zydney
Biotechnology progress 33 (6), 1555-1560, 2017
102017
Microfiltration for casein and serum protein separation
K Hu, JM Dickson, SE Kentish
Membrane Processing for Dairy Ingredient Separation, 1, 2015
92015
Fractionation of glycomacropeptide from whey using positively charged ultrafiltration membranes
A Arunkumar, MR Etzel
Foods 7 (10), 166, 2018
72018
Milk protein concentration using negatively charged ultrafiltration membranes
A Arunkumar, MR Etzel
Foods 7 (9), 134, 2018
72018
Novel membrane technologies for protein concentration and fractionation
MR Etzel, A Arunkumar
Innovative food processing technologies, 151-175, 2016
62016
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