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Author Brar, Satinder K

Title Biochemical and Cellular Aspects of Microbial Sensing : Making Sense of Applied Parameters
Published Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2018

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Description 1 online resource (355 pages)
Series No Longer Used Ser
No Longer Used Ser
Contents Intro; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Chapter 1 Biochemical Aspects of Microbial Product Synthesis: a Relook; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 History of Industrial Production of Microbial Products; 1.2.1 Advances of Biochemical Engineering and Their Effects on Global Market of Microbial Products; 1.2.2 Importance of Microbial Sensing in Product Formation; 1.3 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 2 Cellular Events of Microbial Production: Important Findings So Far; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Microbial Metabolism and Evolution of Metabolic Pathways
2.3 Microbial Fermentation2.4 The Microbial Cellular Events; 2.5 Cell Signalling in Microorganisms; 2.6 Microbial Performance Under Stress Conditions; Acknowledgment; References; Chapter 3 Microbial Metabolism in a Refined Carbon Source: Generalities; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Microbial Metabolism in Presence of Pure and Crude Substrate; 3.3 Microbial Metabolism in Presence of Pure and Mixed Cultures; 3.4 Microbial Metabolism in the Presence of Co-Substrate; 3.5 Microbial Metabolism in the Presence of Input Parameters; 3.6 Microbial Metabolism in the Presence of Varying Fermentation Conditions
3.7 Pros and Cons of Refined Substrate for Metabolic Metabolisms3.8 Conclusions; Acknowledgment; References; Chapter 4 Non-refined Carbon Sources and Microbial Performance; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Non-refined Carbon Sources: a Brief Account; 4.3 Microbial Assimilation of Non-Refined Carbon Sources; 4.4 Microbial Sensing to Non-Refined Carbon Sources; 4.4.1 Microbial Metabolism and Regulatory Circuits; 4.4.2 CCR Regulation of Carbon Uptake and Metabolism; 4.5 Guiding Product Outcomes via Rewiring of Cellular Regulatory Circuit
4.5.1 Cellular Engineering in E. Coli for Bioprocessing of Non-Refined Carbon Sources4.5.2 Rewiring S. cerevisiae for Accumulation and Conversion of Non-refined Carbon Sources; 4.6 Conclusions; References; Chapter 5 Cellular versus Biochemical Control over Microbial Products; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 3-Hydroxy-propionic Acid; 5.3 Fumaric Acid; 5.4 Itaconic Acid; 5.5 Glucaric Acid; 5.6 Butanol; 5.7 Malic Acid; 5.8 Gluconic Acid; 5.9 Aminovalaric Acid; 5.10 Glutamic Acid; 5.11 Cadaverine (1,5-diaminopentane); 5.12 Conclusion; Acknowledgment; References
Chapter 6 Pre-Treatment of Alternative Carbon Source: How Does it Make Sense to Microorganism at Cellular Level?6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Pre-Treated Carbon Source and Microbial Assimilation: Cellular and Biochemical Aspects; 6.2.1 Alcohols; 6.2.1.1 Bioethanol; 6.2.1.2 Butanol and Acetone; 6.2.2 Hydrogen; 6.2.3 Methane/biogas; 6.2.4 Organic Acids; 6.3 Challenges of Inhibitory Hydrolysis Products and Strategic Solution; 6.3.1 Inhibitory Products: Pretreatment Metabolites or By-products; 6.3.1.1 Aliphatic Compounds; 6.3.1.2 Aromatic Compounds; 6.3.1.3 Furan aldehydes
Notes 6.3.2 Strategies to Control Inhibitory Effects
Print version record
Subject Fermentation -- Analysis
Molecular microbiology.
Fermentation -- Analysis
Molecular microbiology
Form Electronic book
Author Das, Ratul K
Sarma, Saurabh J
ISBN 9781119247982
1119247985