bioreactor


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bioreactor

[′bī·ō·rē‚ak·tər]
(biochemistry)
A vessel that is used for the fermentation and production of living organisms, such as bacteria or yeast.
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By switching to a different membrane and using phosphates to ferry protons through it, Logan and his colleague Shaoan Cheng have now created a prototype bioreactor that can produce hydrogen 300 times as fast as before, with bacteria that can feed on a variety of foods, including glucose and cellulose.
Bioreactor design, construction, operation and maintenance are appropriate control points from which to manage bioreactor safety.
We also manufacture, transport and trade algae, algae bioreactors, algae oils and biodiesel.
A stream of gas is drawn from the smokestack by a blower and passed through the bioreactor where the algae, bathed in sunlight, consume the C[O.
Protalix has developed and patented a unique plant cell culture platform and bioreactor system that provides an efficient, easily scaleable and cost-effective system for the expression of human therapeutic proteins.
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Veridium noted that the bioreactor is based on a strain of blue-green algae discovered in a hot stream at Yellowstone National Park that utilizes CO2 and water to grow new algae, giving off pure oxygen and water vapor in the process.
The 3-D microscale liver bioreactor is an important new toxicology tool for examining in vivo gene expression in primary liver cells in response to acute and chronic exposure to environmental toxins and other toxicants.
Specific and current examples include a vertical flat-plate bioreactor that is being designed at The University of Arizona to grow photosynthesizing cyanobacteria to assimilate carbon dioxide ([CO.
A bioreactor will be built onsite to convert food waste into enough electricity to power a school.
has reached an agreement with Corning, Incorporated, Corning, New York, to initially source and eventually manufacture and market the parallel plate bioreactor currently sold by Corning under the trademark "CellCube(R).
to market and sell its Single Use Bioreactor technology into Europe.