Technological Processes for Biotechnological Utilization of Microorganisms
When developing new processes for production of various biochemicals the creation of the organism, often by gene technology, is a very important step which must be accompanied by development of cultivation as well as downstream steps. There is a lot to gain by treating the whole process, from creation of the organism to isolation of the product, as one process that has to be optimized in the overall mode.
The present paper deals with recent developments in process technology for utilizing microorganisms and with some efforts to integrate bioconversion and upgrading.
KeywordsGene Technology Ergot Alkaloid Biotechnological Process Process Intensification Extractive Fermentation
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