Christian Larroche

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BACKGROUND During bioprocess development, secondary screening is a key step at the boundary between laboratory and industrial conditions. To ensure an effective high-throughput screening, miniaturized laboratory conditions must mimic industrial conditions, especially for oxygen transfer, feeding capacity and pH stabilization. RESULTS A feeding strategy(More)
BACKGROUND On-site cellulase production using locally available lignocellulosic biomass (LCB) is essential for cost-effective production of 2nd-generation biofuels. Cellulolytic enzymes (cellulases and hemicellulases) must be produced in fed-batch mode in order to obtain high productivity and yield. To date, the impact of the sugar composition of LCB(More)
The references selected for this update have been added to the searchable literature database developed for the Measurement and Monitoring Technologies for the 21st Century (21M 2) Web site: The protocol for the sample treatment necessary to removing microbial biomass prior to an analysis is a critical issue for obtaining accurate results when volatile(More)
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