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AAPS PharmSciTech. 2003 September; 4(3): 136–141.
Published online 2003 August 5. doi:  10.1208/pt040346
PMCID: PMC2750639

Studies on neomycin production using immobilized cells ofS marinensis NUV-5 in various reactor configurations: A technical note

Conclusion

Stirred tank, fluidized bed, and airlift reactors produced similar neomycin activity with immobilized cells. Packed bed reactor clearly under performed, probably because of insufficient aeration or mixing. Neomycin production using immobilized cells in fermentors requires good mixing and aeration.

Keywords: neomycin production, immobilized cells, reactors

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