Minimal nutritional requirements for immobilized yeast

@article{Chen1990MinimalNR,
  title={Minimal nutritional requirements for immobilized yeast},
  author={C. Chen and M. Dale and M. Okos},
  journal={Biotechnology and Bioengineering},
  year={1990},
  volume={36}
}
The effect of reduced nutritional levels (particularly nitrogen source) for immobilized K. fragilis type yeast were studied using a trickle flow, “differential” plug flow type reactor with cells immobilized by adsorption onto an absorbant packing matrix. Minimizing nutrient levels in a feed stream to an immobilized cell reactor (ICR) might have the benefits of reducing cell growth and clogging problems in the ICR, reducing feed preparation costs, as well as reducing effluent disposal costs. In… Expand
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