In the name of Allah the Merciful

Microbial Bioreactors for Industrial Molecules

Sudhir P. Singh, Santosh Kumar Upadhyay, B0C7JYY3QW, 1119874068, 9781119874065, 9781119874089, 9781119874072, 978-1119874065, 978-1119874089, 978-1119874072

English | 2023 | PDF | 10 MB | 515 Pages

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Microbial Bioreactors for Industrial Molecules

Harness the planet’s most numerous resources with this comprehensive guide

Microorganisms constitute the invisible majority of all living creatures on Earth. They are found virtually everywhere on the planet, including in environments too extreme for any larger organisms to exist. They form a hugely significant resource whose potential value for human society cannot be overlooked. The creation of microorganism- based bioreactors for the industrial production of valuable biomolecules has the potential to revolutionize a range of industries and fields.

Microbial Bioreactors for Industrial Molecules provides a comprehensive introduction to these bioresources. It covers all potential approaches to the use of microbial technology and the production of high-value biomolecules for the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and agricultural industries, among others. The book’s rigorous detail and global, holistic approach to harnessing the power of the planetary microbiome make it an invaluable introduction to this growing area of research and production.

Readers will also find:

  • Detailed coverage of basic, applied, biosynthetic, and translational approaches to the use of microbial technology
  • Discussion of industrially produced microbe-borne enzymes including invertase, lipase, keratinase, protease, and more
  • Approaches for using microbial bioreactors to generate biofuels

Microbial Bioreactors for Industrial Molecules is essential for scientists and researchers in microbiology and biotechnology, as well as for professionals in the biotech industries and graduate students studying the applications of the life sciences.