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A parametric study ot protease production in batch and fed‐batch cultures of Bacillus firmus
The detailed investigation of stimulatory and repressory effects of simple and complex nutrients on protease production and metabolism of Bacillus firmus conducted in this study will provide useful guidelines for design of bioreactors for production of protease and bulk chemicals by this bacterium. Expand
Pervaporation-assisted esterification of lactic and succinic acids with downstream ester recovery
Abstract Reactors coupled with membrane separation, such as pervaporation, can help enhance the conversion of reactants for thermodynamically or kinetically limited reactions via selective removal ofExpand
Furan formation during UV-treatment of fruit juices
Furan is a suspected human carcinogen and reported to be produced by thermal or ultraviolet light (UV-C) treatment of various foods, such as fruit juices and sugar solutions. This study explores theExpand
Expression of β‐lactamase by recombinant Escherichia coli strains containing plasmids of different sizes—effects of pH, phosphate, and dissolved oxygen
This investigation demonstrates clearly how the production of a recombinant plasmid‐encoded protein can be maximized by proper manipulation of culture conditions and how it is affected by plasmids size. Expand
Induction and elimination of oscillations in continuous cultures of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Findings of a series of experiments conducted to identify the causes for initiation of and the means for elimination of oscillations in continuous cultures of Saccharomyces cerevisiae are reported. Expand
Synthesis and characterization of activated carbon and bioactive adsorbent produced from paper mill sludge
Adsorption capacity and bioactivity of a novel mesoporous activated carbon (IIT Carbon) and bioactive (BACIIT) catalyst produced from papermill sludge were evaluated. Conversion of paper mill sludgeExpand
Delivery of drug macromolecules from thermally responsive gel implants to the posterior eye
A study for sustained delivery of an anti-VEGF agent to the posterior eye from an implant, made of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (NIPAM) and placed episclerally, is presented. Expand
A Dual‐Growth Kinetic Model for Biological Wastewater Reactors
Simulations based on this model show that biofilms growing on the walls of a reactor, classified as a suspension culture, can contribute substantially to the total organics removal and contribute significantly to degradation of organic substrates. Expand