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An Effective Production Of Bacterial Biosurfactant In The Bioreactor

W. Smułek, A. Zdarta, E. Kaczorek
Published 2018 · Environmental Science

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In the last decades, interest in natural, environmentally friendly, surfactants has still grown. However, effective production of biosurfactant of bacterial origin is a complex process. In the following study the practical aspects of bioreactor production of valuable products are discussed. The various problems connected with optimal microorganism selection, bioreactor work parameters as well as product isolation are presented. Moreover, a case study regarding the effective production of bacterial biosurfactant for environmental purposes is demonstrated.
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