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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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It's not surprising to see bioprocess development and optimization services top the list of development efforts among suppliers, as the industry remains heavily focused itself on these efforts.
She covers the historical development; microbiology; metabolic macromolecules; molecular biology; carbon metabolism; enzymes as biocatalysts; microbial kinetics during batch, continuous, and fed-batch processes; the oxygen transfer rate and overall volumetric oxygen transfer coefficient; bioprocess scale up; bioprocess asepsis and sterility; and downstream processing.
Applied Bioprocess Containers specializes in the design and manufacture of single-use storage vessels, particularly bags, designed for the preparation, collection, storage and transportation of biopharmaceutical liquids, as well as single-use fluid transfer assemblies, including tubing and connectors.
Based in Plymouth, Minnesota, Applied Bioprocess Containers specializes in the design and manufacture of single-use storage vessels designed for the preparation, collection, storage and transportation of biopharmaceutical liquids, as well as single-use fluid transfer assemblies, including tubing and connectors.
The 2012 BioProcess International Awards were created to celebrate BioProcess International's 10-year anniversary and recognize the outstanding products, services, partnerships and people that have had the greatest positive impact on the 'three pillars' of bioprocessing.
After achieving 100% uptime in Phase I of the project and exceeding productivity targets at varying harvest intervals, we are excited to have Phase II of this project deployed and fully functional," commented Tim Burns, Chief Executive of BioProcess Algae.
Aimed at food and bioprocess researchers in academia and professional engaged in process and product development in the food and bioprocess industries, this handbook describes a range of modeling techniques and their practical applications in the food sciences.
The study demonstrates not only the impact of host/vector construction on subsequent midstream and downstream processing, but also the close linkage among these bioprocess developing stages.
Food and bioprocess engineers work in a dynamic, ever-changing landscape where the ideas of today are the building blocks of tomorrow.
Toyama, Japan, has acquired Swedish natural astaxanthin manufacturer, BioProcess AB.
Emmanuel Ligner, Global Commercial Manager, BioProcess, GE Healthcare Life Sciences, said: Healthcare providers and the biopharmaceutical industry are facing enormous pressures.