Cell free xanthan gum production using continuous recycled packed fibrous-bed bioreactor-membrane

@inproceedings{Rosalam2008CellFX,
  title={Cell free xanthan gum production using continuous recycled packed fibrous-bed bioreactor-membrane},
  author={S Rosalam and . Krishnaiah},
  year={2008}
}
  • S Rosalam, . Krishnaiah
  • Published 2008
Although the xanthan gum has been produced as a commercial commodity, the biomass isolation and its recovery are still challenging. This study revealed the xanthan gum production by fermentation of Xanthomonas campestris DSMZ using glucose as a carbon source in an immobilised batch and a continuous recycled packed fibrous-bed bioreactor-membrane (CRPBFBM). The pure cotton fibre was used to immobilise the microbial cell biomass and to isolate from the liquid phase containing medium and xanthan… CONTINUE READING
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