Enhancement of the Bioproduction Potential of an Amylaceous Effluent

  title={Enhancement of the Bioproduction Potential of an Amylaceous Effluent},
  author={Miguel Anxo Murado and P. Gonzalez and Lorenzo Pastrana and Isabel Gonz{\'a}lez Siso and Joshua Miron and Irwin Ma and Montemayor},
The treatment of starchy effluents could provide the basis for a series of simultaneous or alternative bioproductions easily integrable into a system of greater economic attraction that the simple production of SCP. In order to define some of the possible options, this study uses an amylaceous effluent for simultaneous production of SCP and an amylolytic preparation which is partially consumed in the saccharification of a parallel flow of the same effluent concentrated by ultrafiltration with… CONTINUE READING

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