Biotechnology and Bioengineering
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Scaled-up manufacturing of recombinant antibodies produced by plant cells in a 200-L orbitally-shaken disposable bioreactor
Natural and engineered production of taxadiene with taxadiene synthase
Bioproduction of highly charged designer peptide surfactants via a chemically cleavable coiled-coil heteroconcatemer
Simple amino acid tags improve both expression and secretion of Candida antarctica lipase B in recombinant Escherichia coli
Enhanced production of fatty alcohols by engineering the TAGs synthesis pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Multiple approaches to predicting oxygen and glucose consumptions by HepG2 cells on porous scaffolds in an axial-flow bioreactor
Non-destructive label-free continuous monitoring of in vitro chondrogenesis via electrical conductivity and its anisotropy
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The future of industrial bioprocessing: Batch or continuous?
By Matthew Croughan, Konstantin Konstantinov and Charles Cooney
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In the newest B&B Viewpoint, three pioneers of industrial bioprocessing discuss the future of the field. Will the batch or continuous bioprocessing platform dominate biomanufacturing of human therapeutics down the road? Matthew Croughan, an expert in fed-batch bioprocessing, offers his opinion on this topic in Continuous Bioprocessing for Certain Scenarios while Konstantin Konstantinov and Charles Cooney, experts of continuous bioprocessing, offer theirs in Integrated Continuous Bioprocessing—should we close down our existing batch facilities?"
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