Practical Fermentation Technology

Practical Fermentation Technology

Editor(s): Brian McNeil, Linda M. Harvey

Published Online: 18 FEB 2008

Print ISBN: 9780470014349

Online ISBN: 9780470725306

DOI: 10.1002/9780470725306

About this Book

A hands-on book which begins by setting the context;- defining 'fermentation' and the possible uses of fermenters, and setting the scope for the book. It then proceeds in a methodical manner to cover the equipment for research scale fermentation labs, the different types of fermenters available, their uses and modes of operation. Once the lab is equipped, the issues of fermentation media, preservation strains and strain improvement strategies are documented, along with the use of mathematical modelling as a method for prediction and control. Broader questions such as scale-up and scale down, process monitoring and data logging and acquisition are discussed before separate chapters on animal cell culture systems and plant cell culture systems. The final chapter documents the way forward for fermenters and how they can be used for non-manufacturing purposes. A glossary of terms at the back of the book (along with a subject index) will prove invaluable for quick reference.Edited by academic consultants who have years of experience in fermentation technology, each chapter is authored by experts from both industry and academia. Industry authors come from GSK (UK), DSM (Netherlands), Eli Lilly (USA) and Broadley James (UK-USA).

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    2. Chapter 3

      Equipping a Research Scale Fermentation Laboratory for Production of Membrane Proteins (pages 37–67)

      Peter C. J. Roach, John O'Reilly, Halina T. Norbertczak, Ryan J. Hope, Henrietta Venter, Simon G. Patching, Mohammed Jamshad, Peter G. Stockley, Stephen A. Baldwin, Richard B. Herbert, Nicholas G. Rutherford, Roslyn M. Bill and Peter J. F. Henderson

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