UK Aberystwyth Kemp RB

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UK Aberystwyth Kemp RB

Oroboros O2k-Network

O2k-Network Lab Institute of Biological Sciences

Aberystwyth University

Penglais Campus

Address G31, Edward Llwyd Building, SY23 3DA
City Aberystwyth
Country United Kingdom
Team previous Kemp Richard, Guan Y Hugh
Status Historical O2P
Oroboros Events IOC05


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 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 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.
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.
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 1994 BTK-2261994
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.


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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.

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