Mohamed Al-Rubeai
Mohamed Al-Rubeai
School of Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering, University College Dublin (UCD)
Verified email at ucd.ie
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Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy
DJ Klionsky, FC Abdalla, H Abeliovich, RT Abraham, A Acevedo-Arozena, ...
Autophagy 8 (4), 445-544, 2012
9920*2012
Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy
DJ Klionsky, K Abdelmohsen, A Abe, MJ Abedin, H Abeliovich, ...
Autophagy 12 (1), 1-222, 2016
76892016
Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy
DJ Klionsky, FC Abdalla, H Abeliovich, RT Abraham, A Acevedo-Arozena, ...
Autophagy 8 (12), 445-544, 2016
75152016
Cell death in bioreactors: a role for apoptosis
RP Singh, M Al.‐Rubeai, CD Gregory, AN Emery
Biotechnology and bioengineering 44 (6), 720-726, 1994
2581994
Selection methods for high-producing mammalian cell lines
SM Browne, M Al-Rubeai
Trends in biotechnology 25 (9), 425-432, 2007
2542007
Apoptosis in cell culture
M Al-Rubeai, RP Singh
Current opinion in Biotechnology 9 (2), 152-156, 1998
1931998
Retroviral vectors for human gene delivery
S McTaggart, M Al-Rubeai
Biotechnology advances 20 (1), 1-31, 2002
1742002
Cell death (apoptosis) in cell culture systems.
TG Cotter, M Al-Rubeai
Trends in biotechnology 13 (4), 150-155, 1995
1721995
Death mechanisms of animal cells in conditions of intensive agitation
M Al‐Rubeai, RP Singh, MH Goldman, AN Emery
Biotechnology and bioengineering 45 (6), 463-472, 1995
1701995
Influence of bcl‐2 on cell death during the cultivation of a Chinese hamster ovary cell line expressing a chimeric antibody
BT Tey, RP Singh, L Piredda, M Piacentini, M Al‐Rubeai
Biotechnology and bioengineering 68 (1), 31-43, 2000
1642000
Prevention of hybridoma cell death by bcl‐2 during suboptimal culture conditions
NH Simpson, AE Milner, M Al‐Rubeai
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 54 (1), 1-16, 1997
1571997
Uncoupling of cell growth and proliferation results in enhancement of productivity in p21CIP1‐arrested CHO cells
JX Bi, J Shuttleworth, M Al‐Rubeai
Biotechnology and bioengineering 85 (7), 741-749, 2004
1552004
In hybridoma cultures, deprivation of any single amino acid leads to apoptotic death, which is suppressed by the expression of the bcl‐2 gene
NH Simpson, RP Singh, A Perani, C Goldenzon, M Al‐Rubeai
Biotechnology and bioengineering 59 (1), 90-98, 1998
1541998
Mechanisms and kinetics of monoclonal antibody synthesis and secretion in synchronous and asynchronous hybridoma cell cultures
M Al-Rubeai, AN Emery
Journal of biotechnology 16 (1-2), 67-85, 1990
1511990
The effects of agitation intensity with and without continuous sparging on the growth and antibody production of hybridoma cells
SKW Oh, AW Nienow, M Al-Rubeai, AN Emery
Journal of Biotechnology 12 (1), 45-61, 1989
1491989
Specific monoclonal antibody productivity and the cell cycle-comparisons of batch, continuous and perfusion cultures
M Al-Rubeai, AN Emery, S Chalder, DC Jan
Cytotechnology 9 (1-3), 85-97, 1992
1481992
Estimation of disruption of animal cells by laminar shear stress
C Born, Z Zhang, M Al‐Rubeai, CR Thomas
Biotechnology and bioengineering 40 (9), 1004-1010, 1992
1371992
Bioreactor systems for the production of biopharmaceuticals from animal cells
JN Warnock, M Al‐Rubeai
Biotechnology and applied biochemistry 45 (1), 1-12, 2006
1312006
Use of intracellular pH and annexin-V flow cytometric assays to monitor apoptosis and its suppression by bcl-2 over-expression in hybridoma cell culture
A Ishaque, M Al-Rubeai
Journal of immunological methods 221 (1-2), 43-57, 1998
1271998
Introduction to viral vectors
JN Warnock, C Daigre, M Al-Rubeai
Viral vectors for gene therapy, 1-25, 2011
1122011
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