Cryo-Cell to Present Novel Adult Stem Cell Research During 2009 China Medical Biotech Forum
...paration, purification and application; antibody and peptide drug research and clinical application; the latest developments of enzyme engineering and fermentation
engineering; as well as regenerative medicine technology research and its standard, nanobiotechnology research.
YoCream Announces the First Soft Serve Frozen Yogurt With Beneficial Probiotics Clinically Proven to Strengthen the Digestive System.
...ands of years," stated Suzanne Gardner, YoCream Director of Marketing, "Since the 1970's, YoCream has cultured its frozen yogurt through a traditional fermentation
process resulting in high culture counts in all of our frozen yogurt products." Now, clinical studies have scientifically proven and documented previo...
Omega-3 Fatty Acids Key to Fetal Development - Possible Mercury Contamination Concerns in Some Fish Oil Avoided With Plant-based DHA in PreNexa(R) Prenatal Vitamins
...United States Food and Drug Administration and is used in 97 percent of infant formulas(8, 14). The DHA in PreNexa (R) is derived from algae grown in fermentation
tanks and processed in a closed and controlled manufacturing process in an FDA-inspected facility offering high standards of quality control.
Verenium and Add Food Service GmbH Announce Commercial Distribution Partnership for Fuelzyme(R) and Veretase(TM) Enzymes
... of lower molecular weight oligosaccharides, improving saccharification and fermentation
efficiency and consistency. Veretase possesses extreme thermostability and ...ies and cutting-edge technology in pre-treatment, novel enzyme development, fermentation
and project development for next-generation biofuels. Through a joint ventu...
SAFC Pharma's St. Louis HPAPI Conjugates Facility Receives SafeBridge Certification
...add a cGMP pilot plant and kilo-lab capacity at the Madison facility, completed in early 2008; a $29 million investment to expand bacterial and fungal fermentation
derived HPAPI capacity at Jerusalem, Israel, due for completion in early 2010; and a $30 million investment to build a new commercial-scale HPAPI faci...
Microscopic manufacturers produce eco-friendly plastics
... on using bacteria to transform this waste into bioplastics known as polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs).
PHAs are linear polyesters produced by bacterial fermentation
of sugar or lipids (fats). They are produced by the bacteria to store carbon and energy. More than 150 different monomers can be combined within this ...
Fermentation in Medical Technology
Ferring Pharmaceuticals Unveils Six-Month Efficacy Data for EUFLEXXA(R) for the Treatment of Osteoarthritis Knee Pain
...rtility. For complete prescribing information, call 1-888-FERRING (1-888-337-7464) or visit www.FerringUSA.com .
* Derived through bacterial fermentation
(1) Data on File, Ferring Pharmaceuticals
(2) Altman RD, Rosen JE. Six-month safety and efficacy of non-avian intra-articular hyaluronan in kn...
SARS Vaccine Achieves Neutralizing Responses in First U.S. Human Trial
...e potential to achieve proof of concept more
quickly and cost-effectively than conventional vaccines, and can be
manufactured using uniform methods of fermentation
and purification, allowing
significantly faster development and production.
Vical researches and develops biopharmaceutica...
InVitria Showcases Cell Culture Productivity Enhancers at BioProcess International
...re consistent compared to chicken lysozyme and provides higher protein yield compared with mechanical cell lysis. Lysobac is used in bacterial fermentation
to improve recombinant protein yields.(see http://www.Lysobac.com )
For more information about the InVitria line of products, please e-mail
Healthpoint Initiates Randomized, Double-Blind Study to Evaluate Effectiveness of Collagenase SANTYL(R) Ointment on Wound Healing
...onic dermal ulcers (e.g., pressure ulcers,
vascular ulcers, and diabetic ulcers) and severely burned areas. The enzyme
collagenase is derived from the fermentation
by Clostridium histolyticum
and possesses the ability to liquefy collagen in necrotic tissue.
Collagenase SANTYL(R) Ointment is now the most widely us...
Vical Announces Breakthrough for Pandemic Influenza DNA Vaccines With Preliminary Human Data
potential to achieve proof of concept more quickly and cost-effectively
than conventional vaccines, and can be manufactured using uniform methods
and purification, allowing significantly faster development
Vical's monovalent vaccine contains a plasmid (a closed loop of DNA)
Vical Advances RapidResponse(TM) DNA Vaccine Platform Under $6 Million Grant from NIH
...those DNA sequences essential for
eliciting immune responses. The bacterial fermentation
used for DNA vaccines produces a closed loop of DNA, call...uenza and other infectious diseases at Vical, are manufactured
by bacterial fermentation
in standardized equipment with a production time
measured in weeks rather t...
Fermentation in Medical Products
Rayvisc - Ophthalmic ViscoElastic
Features:... Derived from bacterial fermentation
- no animal content.
No refrigeration necessary
Single pack convenience
23G thin-walled cannula for smooth introduction...
Company:Rayner Intraocular Lenses, Ltd.
Fermentation in Medical Dictionary
...system or its availability is lowered. It is... lactose ( ) n. A disaccharide, C 12 H 22 O 11 , found in milk, that may be hydrolyzed to ... The fermentation
of lactose to lactic acid by bacteria is ... More about Lactose Intolerance: Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention ...
...tonyms. Information about Aerobic bacteria ... all implicated aerobic bacteria , predominantly S aureus ... White Labs is a world leader in fermentation
sciences for the brewing and ... Aerobic ... Sometimes aerobic bacteria are already dead by the time this ... Bacteria , Aerobic ,Medical ...
Fermentation in Biological News
Milestone achieved toward production of malaria treatment using synthetic biology and fermentation
EMERYVILLE, Calif., March 2, 2009 - Amyris Biotechnologies has announced the publication of an article which reveals the achievement of a significant milestone toward the production of amorphadiene, a precursor of the antimalarial agent artemisinin.
The article, "High-level production of amorp...
University of Minnesota research leads to new technology to protect human health
...tute (BTI) developed the enzyme, melamine deaminase, used in the MaxDiscovery Melamine Test kit and the enzyme will be produced in the BTI Pilot Plant fermentation
facilities. Melamine deaminase works by breaking one of the C-N bonds in melamine to release ammonia, which can be detected by a simple test that turn...
GEN reports on alternative feedstocks for ethanol production
... sugar cane.
Officials at Coskata say the company relies on a hybrid approach based on its Flex Ethanol technology, which combines gasification and fermentation
in a thermo-biological pathway to produce fuel-grade ethanol that it contends can be cost-competitive with gasoline. The process reportedly is able to...
...rsidad Catlica del Ecuador describe the novel characteristics of Candida carvajalis sp. nov .
Yeasts have long been the powerhouses of our food and fermentation
industries. Each new species adds to our knowledge of the yeast gene pool and even small genetic differences have the potential for major economic imp...
Scientists work to plug microorganisms into the energy grid
...gy crops (like switchgrass) or the non-edible parts of corn like cobs, stalks or stover. The problem is, unlike corn starch, the sugars necessary for fermentation
are trapped inside the lignocellulose part of this plant biomass. The key to ending the food versus fuel debate is unlocking the sugars trapped in ce...
Major aspergillus genomics supplement published by journal Fungal Genetics and Biology
...coordination action programme funded by the European Commission, and was strongly supported by DSM.
Aspergillus species are widely exploited by the fermentation
industry for the production of foodstuffs, enzymes and organic acids. Others have been object of study for many years because of their use in the deve...
Fermentation in Biological Technology
SAFC to Expand High-Potency API Fermentation Capabilities
$29 Million Expansion of Israel Manufacturing Site
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SAFC(R), a member of the
Sigma-Aldrich(TM) Group (Nasdaq: SIAL ), has announced a $29 million
investment to significantly expand its drug substance capabilities in
Glossary for The BioPharm Guide to Fermentation and Cell Culture
Many of these terms have more general definitions as well. Those given here
are specific to their application in cell culture and fermentation.
absorption Removing a particular antibody or antigen from a sample (from
serum, for example) by a...
Optimizing Your Benchscale Fermentation Process
An advanced new benchtop fermentor and cell culture
bioreactor system has been developed, which for the
first time enables you to optimize process control by
integrating data from up to 11 external devices*. This means
that data from your scales, gas analyze...
E. coli Fermentation Using a BioFlo 110 Bench-Top Fermentor
This Application Report is part of a series documenting culture growth in the BioFlo 110. With appropriate
vessels and control modules, the BioFlo 110 can be used to efficiently grow mammalian cells, plant cells,
insect cells, y...
P. pastoris Fermentation using a BioFlo 110 Benchtop Fermentor
This Application Report is part of a series documenting
culture growth in the BioFlo 110. With appropriate
vessels and control modules, the BioFlo 110 can efficiently
grow yeast and bacteria, as well as mammalian,
140-Fold Increase of Protein Achieved in Pichia Fermentation
NBS microbiologists recently assisted researchers at the University of California in achieving a
140-fold increase in protein production from a recombinant strain of Pichia pastoris yeast. Top
yields by the researchers thus far had been 1.4 mg/L of a throm-bomod...
Fermentation in Biological Products
GEA Diessel Fermentation System from Niro Inc.
Description: GEA Diessel fermentation
systems for cultivation of microorganisms and human or animal cells have provided manufacturers of bio-pharmaceutical products maximum performance and economy for more than 20 years. For microbial and cell fermentation
10 L 1,500 L.
*Sterile design, free of dead-leg areas...
Smarter Fermentation System Controller for One Vessel from Major Science
Description: One controller two vessel system suitable for early stage of fermentation, and small scale, Application : cultivation of microorganisms and human or animal cells...
Fermentation System fedbatch pro® from DASGIP AG
System to achieve high experimental throughput, minimum input of resources ...s
High precision with small-scale requirements provides users with proven fermentation
results when working with E.coli, Pichia pastoris, yeast, fungi or any othe...
BioProfile Chemistry Analyzer from Nova Biomedical
Description:... A key to successful cell culture or fermentation
is the ability to monitor nutrient composition during the process, and make...diate analysis of key nutrients, metabolites, and gases in cell culture and fermentation
media. BioProfile analyzers are fully automated, multi-test systems designe...
Fermentation in Biological Definition
In its strictest sense, fermentation
(formerly called zymnosis ) is the energy-yielding anaerobic metabolic breakdown of a nutrient molecule, such as glucose, without net oxidation. Fermentation
yields lactate , acetic acid , ethanol , or some other simple product.
is also ...
... versatile intermediates.
Many alcohols can be created by fermentation
of fruits or grains with yeast , but only ethanol is commercially pro...ndary alcohol via the last two methods is shown:
: using glucose from the hydrolysis of starch , in the presence of yea...
... typically only aerobic respiration will occur.
is a process in which pyruvate is partially broke...mber of different compounds. Textbook examples of fermentation
products are ethanol (drinkable alcohol), lact... such as butyric acid and acetone .
produces no ATP, it is useful to the cell because...
Citric acid cycle
...also provides precursors for many compounds such as certain amino acids , and some of its reactions are therefore important even in cells performing fermentation
2 Location of cycle and inputs and outputs
3 Major metabolic pathways conv...
...extracts and saliva were observed.
Studying the fermentation
of sugar to alcohol by yeast, Louis Pasteur came to the conclusion that this fermentation
was catalyzed by " ferments " in the yeast.
In 18... yeast cells by Eduard Buchner , proving that the fermentation
was caused by molecules that functioned even outsi...
...e art of distillation , such as Geber (721-815) and Al-Razi (864-930).
Ethanol for use in alcoholic beverages is produced by fermentation
: it is a product of sugar metabolism in certain species of yeast in the absence of oxygen . The process of culturing yeast under conditions to...
Fermentation in Biological Dictionary
is the process of deriving energy from the oxidation of organic compounds, such as carbohydrates, using an endogenous electron acceptor, which is usually an organic compound. This is in contrast to cellular... The process of fermentation
in wine is the catalyst function that t...
...ntial oils, and glycosides. Angiosperms have evolved a... The search for new secondary metabolites from microorganisms in general, however, ... fermentation
and secondary metabolite screening. ... The epithet " secondary " connotes an ecological function for a metabolite . ... However, many other ...
... CH 3 COCOOH, formed as an intermediate in carbohydrate metabolism and fermentation
and as an end product pyruvic acid a colorless acid formed as an important intermediate in metabolism or fermentation
... Pyruvic acid loses a molecule of BLANK to produce acetic ... ...
...i-phosphate intermediate in glycolysis ... (Redirected from Aerobic glycolysis ) Jump to: navigation, search ... Glycolysis · Glycogenolysis · fermentation
(Ethanol, Lactic acid) · Cellular ... International Bio pharmaceutical Association Medical Terms ... Glycolysis is a series of biochemical reac...
... both... Gram-positive anaerobic cocci (GPAC) are better known to most bacteriologists as ... Their classification of anaerobic cocci used fermentation
and gas production ... Teatro dei Cocci , Rome, Italy: Find photos, descriptions, maps, and expert advice on things to do in Rome, Italy on Yahoo...