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Role of Microorganisms in Healthcare,...

Role of Microorganisms in Healthcare,Energy Production,Environment safety,and Food processing

Submission Date        : Mon, Dec 1, 2014
Acceptance Date  : Tue, Feb 10, 2015
Publishing Date  : Fri,Feb 20,2015
Type of paper  : A Review
Mode of Access  : Open Access
Authors

 : D.S.N. Benerji1 and Prof.C. Ayyanna2                                                                                                                             

Affiliation  : 1Department of Biotechnology,Acharya Nagarjun University,Guntur,522510,A.P.,India

: 2Al-Ameer College of Engineering and Information Technology,Vishakhapnam,5310137,India

Country  : India 
Contact  : dsnbenerji@gmail.com

Abstract

Currently, microorganisms have been playing a wide variety of roles in bioprocess industry. Industrial productions of antibiotics, proteins, enzymes, and amino acids and the Biofuels like biogas, biohydrogen, bioethanol, and biodiesel have been producing through fermentation process. Mostly, the raw materials for healthcare products are carbohydrates, which are abundantly available in plant sources in the form of saccharine, cellulose and starch. It was also expected that the use of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, and algae are alternative to chemical process for most of the products such as Probiotics, Insulin, Tetracycline, Growth hormone, Single cell protein (SCP), Interferon, Vitamins, and Biofuels. Production of Healthcare products through bioprocess also needed cost effective fermentation process and cheap raw materials. Conversion of waste materials to industrially useful substance through fermentation process could be an advantage of bioprocess industry.

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