Librería Biogea NEW AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS IN MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING. PENICILLUM SYSTEM PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS

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NEW AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS IN MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
Título:
NEW AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS IN MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING. PENICILLUM SYSTEM PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS
Subtítulo:
Autor:
EDITOR: VIJAI GUPTA
Editorial:
ELSEVIER SCIENCE
Año de edición:
2017
Materia
MICROBIOLOGÍA
ISBN:
978-0-444-63501-3
Páginas:
462
Tamaño:
216 x 276
Disponibilidad:
Disponible
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Sinopsis

New and Future Developments in Microbial Biotechnology and Bioengineering: Penicillum System Properties and Applications covers important research work on the applications of penicillium from specialists from an International perspective. The book compiles advancements and ongoing processes in the area of the penicillium system, along with updated information on the possibilities for future developments. All chapters are derived from current peer reviewed literature as accepted by the international scientific community.

These important fungi were found to secrete a range of novel enzymes and other useful proteins, and are still being extensively studied and improved for specific use in the food, textile, pulp and paper, biocellulosic ethanol production, and other industries.

The book caters to the needs of researchers/academicians dealing with penicillium spp. related research and applications, outlining emerging issues on recent advancements made in the area of research and its applications in bioprocess technology, chemical engineering, molecular taxonomy, biofuels/bioenergy research, and alternative fuel development.

In addition, the book also describes the identification of useful compound combinations/enzyme cocktails and the fermentation conditions required to obtain them at an industrial scale. Finally, the book provides updated information on the best utilization of these fungi as a natural tool to meet the next challenges of biotechnology.
Key Features

Compiles the latest developments and current studies in the area of the penicillium system
Contains chapters contributed by top researchers with global appeal
Includes current applications in the bioindustry and lists future potential applications of these fungi species
Identifies research needs

Readership

Bioengineers, Biochemical Engineers, Biochemist, Biotechnologists, food technologist, enzymologists, and related Professionals/ researchers. Graduate and postgraduate students, researchers and microbiologist, mycologist

Índice

Chapter Title

Section A: Biology and biodiversity


Biodiversity of the Genus Penicillium in Different Habitats


Ecophysiology of Penicillium in Genomic Perspective


Understanding the Diversity of Penicillium by Next-Generation Sequencing

Section B: Secretion and protein production



Protein Production—Quality Control and Secretion Stress Responses in Penicillium


Heterologous Expression of Proteins in Penicillium


Penicillium Secretome: An Overview


The Secretory Pathway in the Filamentous Fungus Penicillium

Section C: Secondary metabolism



Secondary Metabolism and Antimicrobial Metabolites of Penicillium


Recent Advancements on the Role and Analysis of Volatile Compounds (VOCs) from Penicillium

Section D: Tools



Molecular Tools for Strain Improvement of Penicillium spp.


Genetic Transformation and Engineering of Penicillium for Enhanced Enzyme Production


RNAi-Mediated Gene Silencing in Penicillium: Principles and Applications

Section E: Applications



Penicillium systems in biomedical sector: An Overview


Enzyme system from Penicillium in Current Industrial Uses and Future Applications in the Production of Second Ethanol Generation


Enzyme system from Penicillium in Saccharification of Lignocellulosic Feedstocks


Beta-Glucosidase from Penicillium


Regulation of Glycoside Hydrolase Expression in Penicillium


Penicillium Proteins with Disruption Activity on Cellulosic Substrates


Molecular Mechanism of Cellulase Production Systems in Penicilliu