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Microbial fermentation refers to the procedure of using microorganisms to transform raw materials into products needed by humans through specific metabolic pathways under suitable conditions. Microbial fermentation is a very complicated biochemical process, which is related to the production performance of strains, as well as closely related to the ratio of the culture medium, the quality of raw materials, sterilization conditions, fermentation conditions and process control. Microbial fermentation engineering is based on the theory and technology of microbiology, combined with modern bioengineering technologies such as genetic engineering, cell engineering, and enzyme engineering, to manufacture a great many useful metabolites and exert their unique physiological functions. Microbes use carbohydrates to ferment on a large scale to manufacture various industrial solvents and chemical raw materials for humans.
The microbial fermentation manufacturing process includes the following three stages:
Microbial fermentation is widely used in medicine, food, agriculture, metallurgy, environmental protection, etc. due to its advantages of mild production conditions, abundant source of raw materials and low price, product transfer, environmental friendliness and easy handling.
Medicine: Microbial fermentation can produce medicines that people need. For example, the process of culturing Penicillium to obtain penicillin is a classic fermentation process.
Food: Microbial fermentation can produce a wealth of traditional fermented foods (such as wine, vinegar, soy sauce, bread, etc.) and food additives (such as pigments, syrups, sour agents such as citric acid or lactic acid, and umami agents such as monosodium glutamate, etc.).
Agriculture: Microbial fermentation can transform plant genes, produce biological pesticides, and microbial feeds.
Metallurgy: the use of microorganisms could selectively dissolve some metals in the ore.
Environmental protection: Microbial fermentation could be applicable for organic wastewater treatment, rapid composting of organic solid waste, recycling of waste cellulose, and pulp fermentation to produce ethanol.
Creative Peptides is committed to providing customers with high quality microbial fermentation products.