Surface energetics of adsorbent-biomass interactions during expanded bed chromatography : implications for process performance

@inproceedings{Vennapusa2008SurfaceEO,
  title={Surface energetics of adsorbent-biomass interactions during expanded bed chromatography : implications for process performance},
  author={Rami Reddy Vennapusa},
  year={2008}
}
Common limitations encountered during the direct recovery of bioproducts from an unclarified feedstock are related to the presence of biomass in such processing systems. Biomass related effects can be described as biomass-to-support interaction and cell-to-cell aggregation. In the current thesis work biomass related effects were studied in an important integrated primary unit operation mode viz Expanded bed adsorption (EBA), which was proved to suffer from the detrimental effects by the… CONTINUE READING

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