Immobilisation of cells, Biology

Immobilisation of cells

Immobilisation of cells enables

  1. Re-use of biomass by rotation of cells
  2. Separation of cells from the medium and
  3. Leaching of metabolites in it.

Immobilised cells are cultured in column reactors. Column reactors are of different types with different agitation and flow systems. Such reactors may be

  1. Stirred Tank Type
  2. Air Lift Type
  3. Bubble Column Type And
  4. Rotating Drum Type
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