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GFP Whole Cell Microbial Biosensors: Scale-up and Scale-down Effects on Biopharmaceutical Processes

Editor
F. Delvigne
F. Delvigne
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A. Brognaux
A. Brognaux
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S. Han
S. Han
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S. J. Sørensen
S. J. Sørensen
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P. Thonart
P. Thonart
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ISBN:
9780791860090
No. of Pages:
60
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2012

Two strategies are usually considered for the optimization of microbial bioprocesses. The first one involves genetic or metabolic engineering of the target microbial strains in order to improve its production efficiency or its tolerance to adverse conditions. The second one is based on the chemical engineering improvement of the bioreactors and scaling-up rules. This work is more particularly dedicated to this second class of parameters.

1.1 Different scales involved in the development of microbial bioprocesses
1.2 Hydrodynamic modeling of the substrate heterogeneites perceived by cells
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