Acta Biotechnol. volume 20, issue 1, P75-81 2000 DOI: 10.1002/abio.370200113 View full text
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L. Hardjito, Th. Bley

Abstract: Serratia marcexens biovar A2lA6 is able to produce a red pigment as a secondary metabolite which has antimicrobial activity. This paper describes its growth and biopigment formation in batch cultures, in media containing different concentrations of lactic acid and beef extract as carbon and nitrogen sources, respectively. An unstructured model has also been developed to describe its growth, lactic acid uptake and biopigment formation. The comparison of simulated and experimental data shows that the proposed m…

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