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Biosurfactants

Biosurfactants

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Published by Springer Science+Business Media in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biosurfactants

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Ramkrishna Sen.
    ContributionsSen, Ramkrishna, 1966-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP248.B57 B558 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23994493M
    ISBN 109781441959782
    LC Control Number2009052185

    The annual worldwide consumption of chemical surfactants is estimated to be of the order of 13 million tons (Marchant and Banat a); if biosurfactants can be used to replace even a small proportion of this market, the resulting production capacity would need to be very large (Marchant and Banat b). Raina M Maier, in Advances in Applied Microbiology, Publisher Summary. This chapter describes biosurfactants and their potential industrial uses and discusses problems associated with the discovery of new biosurfactants. Microbes produce a largely unexplored variety of chemicals, such as biosurfactants, that have exciting potential for applications in biotechnology and industry.

    Common biosurfactants include: Bile salts are mixtures of micelle-forming compounds that encapsulate food, enabling absorption through the small intestine.; Lecithin, which can be obtained either from soybean or from egg yolk, is a common food ingredient.; rhamnolipids, which can be produced by some species of Pseudomonas, e.g., Pseudomonas aeruginosa.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Biosurfactants by Ramkrishna Sen, , Springer edition, paperback Biosurfactants ( edition) | Open Library.

      Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Biosurfactants by Gloria Soberón-Chávez, , Springer edition, paperback Biosurfactants ( edition) | Open Library. Biosurfactants Production and Utilization—Processes, Technologies, and Economics 1st Edition by Naim Kosaric and Publisher routledge. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: , The print version of this textbook is ISBN: ,


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Biosurfactants: Production and Utilization—Processes, Technologies, and Economics explores the production, utilization, and industrial/economic use of biosurfactants in modern biotechnology.

This book represents comprehensive material developed by contemporary experts in the field. Biosurfactants, tensio-active compounds produced by living cells, are now gaining increasing interest due to their potential applications in many different industrial areas in which to date almost exclusively synthetic surfactants have been used.

Their unique structures and characteristics are just. Providing comprehensive discussions of the physical and chemical properties, manufacture, and industrial uses of biosurfactants, this reference offers first-hand accounts of biosurfactant research of Biosurfactants book biotechnology laboratories.

It introduces promising possible uses of biosurfactants in medicine, in environmental control, and for marine organisms.5/5(4). The Most Studied Biosurfactants.

Structural and Molecular Characteristics of Lichenysin and Its Relationship with Surface Activity. Anuradha S. Nerurkar. About this book. Introduction. The microbial world has given us many surprises including microbes that grow under extremely harsh conditions (C at 40 MPa), novel metabolisms such as the.

The microbial world has given us many surprises including microbes that grow under extremely harsh conditions (C at 40 MPa), novel metabolisms such as the uranium and perchlorate reduction, and novel chemicals that Biosurfactants book be used to control diseases.

We continually face new and difficult problems. Biosurfactants (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology) th Edition by Ramkrishna Sen (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Paperback. Biosurfactants are typically produced by microorganisms growing in hydrocarbons as a carbon source, which are usually expensive increasing the production cost.

In addition, the downstream cost, low productivity and intense foaming formation during the biosurfactant production currently is a barrier for an economically viable production of Cited by: Buy Biosurfactants and Biotechnology (Surfactant Science) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: Sources of biosurfactants: Many of the biosurfactant producing microorganisms are found to be hydrocarbon degraders (Willumsen and Karlson, ; Volkering et al., ).However in the past decades, many studies have showed the effects of microbially produced surfactants not only on bioremediation but also on enhanced oil recovery (Volkering et al., ; Tabatabaee et al., ).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 ressource en ligne: Contents: Screening concepts for the isolation of biosurfactant producing microorganisms / Vanessa Walter, Christoph Syldatk, and Rudolf Hausmann --Molecular genetics of biosurfactant synthesis in microorganisms / Surekha K.

Satpute [et autres] --Interaction of dirhamnolipid biosurfactants with. Biosurfactants, tensio-active compounds produced by living cells, are now gaining increasing interest due to their potential applications in many different industrial areas in which to date almost exclusively synthetic surfactants have been used.

Their unique structures and characteristics are just starting to be appreciated. In addition, biosurfactants are considered to be environmentally. In addition, biosurfactants are considered to be environmentally “friendly,” relatively non-toxic and biodegradable. This Microbiology Monographs volume deals with the most recent advances in the field of microbial biosurfactants, such as rhamnolipids, serrawettins, trehalolipids, mannosylerythritol lipids, sophorolipids, surfactin and Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Gloria Soberon- Chavez and Raina M. Maier: Biosurfactants: a General Overview.- Ahmad Mohammad Abdel-Mawgoud, Rudolf Hausmann, Francois Lepine, Markus M. Muller and Eric Deziel: Rhamnolipids: Detection, Analysis, Biosynthesis, Genetic Regulation and Bioengineering of Production Biosurfactants as Useful Tools in Bioremediation.

By Claudia Isabel Sáenz-Marta, María de Lourdes Ballinas-Casarrubias, Blanca E. Rivera-Chavira and Guadalupe Virginia Nevárez-Moorillón.

Submitted: October 2nd Reviewed: May 5th Published: September 9th DOI: /Cited by: 7. Marius Henkel, Rudolf Hausmann, in Biobased Surfactants (Second Edition), Abstract. Biosurfactant research and development, as well as the commercialization of biosurfactants, have witnessed a dramatic acceleration over the last years.

Microorganisms produce many different and in several cases unique amphiphilic metabolites displaying a considerable structural diversity. Providing comprehensive discussions of the physical and chemical properties, manufacture, and industrial uses of biosurfactants, this reference offers first-hand accounts of biosurfactant research of leading biotechnology laboratories.

It introduces promising possible uses of biosurfactants in medicine, in environmental control, and for marineCited by: Book Description.

Providing comprehensive discussions of the physical and chemical properties, manufacture, and industrial uses of biosurfactants, this reference offers first-hand accounts of biosurfactant research of leading biotechnology laboratories.

The most active biosurfactants can lower the surface tension of water from 72 to 30 mNm −1 and the interfacial tension between water and n-hexadecane from 40 to 1 mNm −1 [2,10].Biosurfactant activities depend on the concentration of the surface-active compounds until the critical micelle concentration (CMC) is by: Biosurfactants demand is driven by extensive usage in cosmetics.

Biosurfactants Market size exceeded USD billion, globally in and is estimated to grow over % CAGR between and Get more details on this report - Request Free Sample PDF Biosurfactants are chemical compounds with high surface activity produced naturally by microbes such as fungi, bacteria and yeasts.

The book delineates the chemistry, biochemistry, mechanisms, and propertiesof biosurfactants and biological emulsifiers critically assesses their role in enhanced oil recoveryand other industrial applications and includes numerous references to the factants and Biotechnology is an invaluable guide for physical.

Biosurfactants, tensio-active compounds produced by living cells, are now gaining increasing interest due to their potential applications in many different industrial areas in which to date almost exclusively synthetic surfactants have been used.

Their unique structures and characteristics are just starting to .This comprehensive book on biosurfactants and their environmental and industrial applications offers a broad spectrum of information on potential applications of biosurfactants in various fields and related technological developments.

Biosurfactants are microbial amphiphilic polymers and polyphilic polymers that tend to interact with the phase boundary between two phases in a heterogeneous system, defined as the interface.

For all interfacial systems, it is known that organic molecules from the aqueous phase tend to immobilize at the solid by: