Propionic acid production by Propionibacterium sp. using low-cost carbon sources in submerged fermentation

@inproceedings{Coral2009PropionicAP,
  title={Propionic acid production by Propionibacterium sp. using low-cost carbon sources in submerged fermentation},
  author={Jefferson Coral},
  year={2009}
}
Propionic acid is widely used as additive in animal feed and also in the manufacturing of cellulose-based plastics, herbicides, and perfumes. Salts of propionic acid are used as preservative in food. Propionic acid is mainly produced by chemical synthesis. Nowadays, propionic acid production by fermentation of low-cost carbon sources has been an interesting alternative. At the present investigation, propionic acid production by eight propionibacteria strains was studied using a basal medium… CONTINUE READING

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