Perform separation and purification of macromolecules.
Performance should include the use of safety procedures (e.g., CLIA guidelines), SOPs, sterilization, and correct disposal of hazardous waste. Examples include filtration, chromatography, and solvent extraction.
What is the purpose of separation and purification in bioprocessing?
What products are produced through separation and purification techniques?
Other Related Standards
The National Council for Agricultural Education: Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Content Standards
BS.02.03. Apply standard operating procedures for the safe handling of biological and chemical materials in a laboratory.
BS.03.06. Apply biotechnology principles, techniques, and processes to improve waste management (e.g., genetically modified organisms, bioremediation, etc.).