Cost effective technologies and renewable substrates for biosurfactants’ production

@inproceedings{Banat2014CostET,
  title={Cost effective technologies and renewable substrates for biosurfactants’ production},
  author={Ibrahim M Banat and Surekha K Satpute and Swaranjit Singh Cameotra and Rajendra Shivaji Patil and Narendra V. Nyayanit},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
  year={2014}
}
Diverse types of microbial surface active amphiphilic molecules are produced by a range of microbial communities. The extraordinary properties of biosurfactant/bioemulsifier (BS/BE) as surface active products allows them to have key roles in various field of applications such as bioremediation, biodegradation, enhanced oil recovery, pharmaceutics, food processing among many others. This leads to a vast number of potential applications of these BS/BE in different industrial sectors. Despite the… CONTINUE READING

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