- Dr. Carl Grey & Tim Börner de l’Université de Lund University of Sweden tiendront un séminaire sur "Hollow Fibre Membrane-assisted Extraction of Products to Facilitate in situ Product Removal (ISPR) in Biocatalysis"
Le séminaire :
Le séminaire aura lieu le 09 décembre à 14:00 (LGC-Rangueil, salle Mathis)
"Hollow Fibre Membrane-assisted Extraction of Products to Facilitate in situ Product Removal (ISPR) in Biocatalysis".
Product inhibition lowers the productivity of biocatalytic processes making it ineffective. In situ product removal (ISPR) has since long been recognized as a powerful tool in biocatalysis and fermentation processes. The purpose is to remove the product from the enzyme or producing cell as soon as it is formed and thereby avoid negative effects on productivity. Supported-liquid membrane (SLM) technology renders a selective and effective extraction technology for continuous processes.