publication . Article . Other literature type . 2012

Fermentation Tecniques and Applications of Bacterial Cellulose: a Review

Luis Alfonso Caicedo Mesa; Carlos A.M. Riascos; Luz Dary Carreño Pineda;
Open Access Spanish; Castilian
  • Published: 30 Nov 2012
  • Publisher: Universidad EAFIT
  • Country: Colombia
Abstract
Bacterial cellulose is a polymer obtained by fermentation with microorganisms from Acetobacter, Rhizobium, Agrobacterium and Sarcina genera. Amongthem, Acetobacter xylinum is the most efficient specie. This polymer has the same chemical composition of plant cellulose, but its conformation and physicochemical properties are different, making it attractive for several applications, especially in the areas of food, separation processes, catalysis and health, due to its biocompatibility. However, the main problem is the production in mass that is constrained by low yield. It is therefore necessary to develop some alternatives. This paper presents a review about synthes...
Subjects
free text keywords: Bacterial Cellulose, Acetobacter Xylinum, Static Culture, Airlift Reactor, Tissue Engineering, Cellulose Membrane, Celulosa Bacteriana, Cultivo Estático, Reactor Aéreo, Ingeniería De Tejidos, Membrana De Celulosa, Fermentación Estática, Reactor Airlift, Membranas de celulosa, Membranas de celulosa., Technology, T, Science, Q, Science (General), Q1-390, Fermentation, Chemistry, Sarcina, biology.organism_classification, biology, Process scaling, Food science, chemistry.chemical_compound, Agrobacterium, Acetobacter, Cellulose
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