Recent Progress of Biochemical and Biomedical Engineering in by Enoch Y. Park (auth.)

By Enoch Y. Park (auth.)

The components we care for in biochemical engineering have extended to incorporate many alternative organisms and people. This publication has accrued jointly the data of those increased parts in biochemical engineering in Japan. those volumes are composed of 15 chapters on microbial cultivation strategies, metabolic engineering, recombinant protein creation via transgenic avian cells to biomedical engineering together with tissue engineering and melanoma remedy. expectantly, those volumes will supply readers a glimpse of the previous and in addition a view of what may perhaps occur in biochemical engineering in Japan.

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This intrastructure of the fungal pellet is a very interesting phenomenon that has not otherwise been revealed. Application of the technique used here opens up the possibility of analyzing the intrastructure of fungal pellets and understanding the new variations in morphological fungal image or the fungal genetic variation related to this morphology. 3 Monitoring Mycelial Formation Using a Flow-Through Chamber Features of fungal culture morphology, such as the shape and size of the pellets, can be determined macroscopically.

The proposed co-culture system allowed regulation of the dissolved oxygen concentration at a level suitable for an individual microorganism in each fermentor, as well as the successful exchange of culture medium between two fermentors. By co-culture, using a combination of Pichia stipitis and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, ethanol was produced efficiently from a mixture of glucose and xylose. Moreover, the useful probiotic cells were simultaneously produced with a high productivity by our co-culture using a combination of Bifidobacterium and Propionibacterium.

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