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bioprocess

[¦bī·o¦prä·səs]
(biochemistry)
A technique used to produce a commercial substance (such as alcohol) by a biological process (that is, via microbial fermentation).
A technique used to prepare a biological material (usually genetically engineered) for commercial use.
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Environmental Protection Agency) and Pike (chemical engineering, LSU) evaluate several bioprocesses in optimization and case studies of integration into existing plant infrastructure in the chemical production complex in the Lower Mississippi River Corridor.
These factors are likely to slow down the adoption of bioprocesses.
Incorporates sustainability concepts into the various bioprocesses
Ensuring quality and efficiency of bioprocesses by tailored application of process analytical techniques
Using mVision, Pfizer will be able to rapidly understand cellular metabolism in the biopharmaceutical production process, which in turn will enable Pfizer to optimize bioprocesses and to reduce manufacture costs.
This provides data and insight essential to understanding variations among bacterial strains, correlating genotypes to phenotypes, discovering new targets for antimicrobial compounds, improving and optimizing bioprocesses, and more.
Bioprocesses and bioproducts are then introduced, together with a description of the unit operations involved.
This agreement allows Viropro to reinforce its leading position as an innovative biotechnology company focused on the development of robust industrial bioprocesses and the transfer of its technologies to pharmaceutical companies worldwide", stated Dr.