Lactic acid fermentation and adsorption on PVP
Session 3 Bioprocessing Research
Lactic acid was produced by immobilizedLactobacillus delbreückii cells in a fixedbed reactor and then separated by a column packed with poly(4-vinylpyridine) as an adsorbent. Satisfactory simulation results were obtained by describing the fermentation process using a fermentation kinetics model with axial dispersion and the column adsorption process using a linear-driving-force model.
Index EntriesLactic acid immobilized cells fermentation fixed bed PVP adsorption
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