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Morphology control of Monascus cells and scale-up of pigment fermentation
pp. 649-655(7)
Authors: Kim, H.J.; Kim, J.H.; Oh, H.J.; Shin, C.S.

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Reversible immobilization of urease onto Procion Brown MX-5BR-Ni(II) attached polyamide hollow-fibre membranes
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Authors: Akgol, S.; Yalcinkaya, Y.; Bayramoglu, G.; Denizli, A.; Arica, M.Y.

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Feruloyl esterase from Aspergillus niger - a comparison of the production in solid state and submerged fermentation
pp. 685-691(7)
Authors: Asther, M.; Haon, M.; Roussos, S.; Record, E.; Delattre, M.; Lesage-Meessen, L.; Labat, M.; Asther, M.

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Partition of trypsin in aqueous two-phase systems of poly(ethylene glycol) and cashew-nut tree gum
pp. 693-699(7)
Authors: Oliveira, L.A.; Sarubbo, L.A.; Porto, A.L.F.; Campos-Takaki, G.M.; Tambourgi, E.B.

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Fructooligosaccharide and levan producing activity of Zymomonas mobilis extracellular levansucrase
pp. 701-706(6)
Authors: Bekers, M.; Laukevics, J.; Upite, D.; Kaminska, E.; Vigants, A.; Viesturs, U.; Pankova, L.; Danilevics, A.

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Production of acidic lipase by Aspergillus niger in solid state fermentation
pp. 715-721(7)
Authors: Mahadik, N.D.; Puntambekar, U.S.; Bastawde, K.B.; Khire, J.M.; Gokhale, D.V.

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Biochemical changes during fermentation of edible mushroom Pleurotus sajor-caju in whey
pp. 723-725(3)
Authors: Mukhopadhyay, R.; Chatterjee, B.P.; Guha, A.K.

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Optimization of xylanase production by Bacillus circulans D1 in submerged fermentation using response surface methodology
pp. 727-731(5)
Authors: Bocchini, D.A.; Alves-Prado, H.F.; Baida, L.C.; Roberto, I.C.; Gomes, E.; Da Silva, R.

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A study of anaerobic digestibility of two-phases olive mill solid waste (OMSW) at mesophilic temperature
pp. 733-742(10)
Authors: Borja, R.; Rincon, B.; Raposo, F.; Alba, J.; Martn, A.

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Non-linear predictive control of an extractive alcoholic fermentation process
pp. 743-750(8)
Authors: Costa, A.C.; Meleiro, L.A.C.; Maciel Filho, R.

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Removal of chromium(VI) from saline wastewaters by Dunaliella species
pp. 751-762(12)
Authors: Donmez, G.; Aksu, Z.

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Concentrated wastewater treatment studies using an anaerobic hybrid reactor
pp. 771-775(5)
Authors: Buyukkamaci, N.; Filibeli, A.

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Bioaugmentation as a tool to enhance the removal of refractory compound in coke plant wastewater
pp. 777-781(5)
Authors: Jianlong, W.; Xiangchun, Q.; Libo, W.; Yi, Q.; Hegemann, W.

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The effect of synergism in decreased hydrolysis of biopolymers with enzyme overdosage
pp. 783-790(8)
Authors: Markovic, I.; Markovic-Devcic, B.; Pavlovic, N.

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Modeling of copper(II) biosorption by marine alga Sargassum sp. in fixed-bed column
pp. 791-799(9)
Authors: da Silva, E.A.; Cossich, E.S.; Tavares, C.R.G.; Filho, L.C.; Guirardello, R.

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Preparation and properties of immobilized pummelo limonoid glucosyltransferase
pp. 809-814(6)
Authors: Karim, M.R.; Hashinaga, F.

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Factors affecting the biosynthesis and secretion of gentamicin
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Authors: Chu, J.; Zhang, S.; Zhuang, Y.; Chen, J.; Li, Y.

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