Manual of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology

Manual of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology
 
Author:
Richard H. Baltz, Julian E. Davies & Arnold L. Demain
Publisher: ASM Press
ISBN No: 978-1-55581-512-7
Release at: 2010
Pages: 786
Edition:
Third Edition
File Size: 45 MB
File Type: pdf
Language: English



Description of Manual of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology


Industrial microorganisms have contributed enormously to the pharmaceutical, food, beverage, and chemical industries in the past, and are rapidly advancing in the production of renewable energy; they have been central in the development of an ever expanding field of biotechnology.

It is hard to imagine what life would be like without the fruits of industrial microbes. Some aspects of industrial microbiology have not changed much over the years. The production of fine wines has been refined and perfected, and there is probably not much yet to be learned by studying the molecular biology of the specific yeast cultivars. Chemical mutagens still work just as they did when the first volume of Manual of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology (MIMB) was published in 1986, and they still provide powerful empirical approaches for strain improvement. 

However, most of the methodologies that can be applied to industrial microbes and biotechnology have advanced dramatically, even since the second volume of MIMB was published in 1998. It is because of these advances that it is now important to provide the scientific community, including academic and industrial scientists and science administrators, an updated and totally new 3rd edition of MIMB.

Content of Manual of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology



SECTION I
ISOLATION AND SCREENING FOR  SECONDARY METABOLITES AND 

ENZYMES / 1
VOLUME EDITOR: J. E. DAVIES
SECTION EDITOR: A. T. BULL
Isolation

1. New Approaches to Microbial 
Isolation / 3
SLAVA S. EPSTEIN, KIM LEWIS, DOMINICA NICHOLS,  AND EKATERINA GAVRISH

2. Selecti e Isolation of Actinobacteria / 13
MICHAEL GOODFELLOW
Identity / Dereplication

3. Taxonomic Characterization of 
Prokaryotic Microorganisms / 28
GIOVANNA E. FELIS, SANDRA TORRIANI, 
JOHAN E. T. VAN HyLCKAMA VLIEG, AND
AHARON OREN
Screening

4. Enzymes from Extreme En ironments / 43
DON A. COWAN, BRONWyN M. KIRBy, 
TRACy L. MEIRING, MANUEL FERRER, 
MARIA-EUGENIA GUAzzARONI, 
OLGA V. GOLySHINA, AND PETER N. GOLySHIN

5. Cell-Based Screening Methods for 
Anti-Infecti e Compounds / 62
STEFANO DONADIO AND MARGHERITA SOSIO

6. Metabolomics for the Disco ery of No el 
Compounds / 73
JENS C. FRISVAD

7. Methods To Access Silent Biosynthetic 
Pathways / 78
ROBERT H. CICHEWICz, JON C. HENRIKSON,  XIAORU WANG, AND KATIE M. BRANSCUM

SECTION II
FERMENTATION AND CELL CULTURE / 97
VOLUME EDITOR: A. L. DEMAIN
SECTION EDITOR: P. MASUREKAR

8. Miniaturization of Fermentations / 99
WOUTER A. DUETz, MATTHEW CHASE, 
AND GERALD BILLS

9. Solid-Phase Fermentation: Aerobic and 
Anaerobic / 117
RAMUNAS BIGELIS

10. Bacterial Culti ation for Production of 
Proteins and Other Biological Products / 132
JOSEPH SHILOACH AND URSULA RINAS

11. Heterologous Protein Expression in Yeasts  and Filamentous Fungi / 145
NINGyAN zHANG AND zHIQIANG AN

12. Mammalian Cell Culture for 
Biopharmaceutical Production / 157
JINyOU zHANG

13. Manufacture of Mammalian Cell 
Biopharmaceuticals / 179
JINyOU zHANG

14. Plant Cell Culture / 196
NANCy L. PAIVA

15. Insect Cell Culture / 212
SPIROS N. AGATHOS
SECTION III
GENETICS, STRAIN IMPROVEMENT, AND 
RECOMBINANT PROTEINS / 223
VOLUME EDITOR: R. H. BALTZ
SECTION EDITOR: C. D. REEVES

16. Genetic Engineering of 
Corynebacteria / 225
MASATO IKEDA AND SEIKI TAKENO

17. Genetic Manipulation of 
Clostridium / 238
MARITE BRADSHAW AND ERIC A. JOHNSON

18. Genetic Manipulation of 
Myxobacteria / 262 
WESLEy P. BLACK, BRyAN JULIEN, 
EDUARDO RODRIGUEz, AND zHAOMIN yANG

19. Strain Impro ement of Escherichia coli To Enhance Recombinant Protein Production / 273
MICHAEL E. PyNE, KARAN S. SUKHIJA, 
AND C. PERRy CHOU

20. Genetic Engineering Tools for 
Saccharomyces cerevisiae / 287
VERENA SIEWERS, UFFE H. MORTENSEN, 
AND JENS NIELSEN

21. Protein Expression in Noncon entional 
Yeasts / 302
THOMAS W. JEFFRIES AND JAMES M. CREGG

22. Genetics, Genetic Manipulation, and 
Approaches to Strain Impro ement of 
Filamentous Fungi / 318
VERA MEyER, ARTHUR F. J. RAM, 
AND PETER J. PUNT

23. Genetic Manipulations of Mammalian 
Cells for Protein Expression / 330
ANNE KANTARDJIEFF, WEI-SHOU HU, GARGI SETH, 
AND R. SCOTT McIVOR

SECTION IV
GENETIC ENGINEERING OF SECONDARY 
METABOLITE SYNTHESIS / 345
VOLUME EDITOR: R. H. BALTZ
SECTION EDITOR: L. KATZ

24. Glycosylation of Secondary Metabolites To Produce No el Compounds / 347
ANDREAS BECHTHOLD AND KATHARINA PROBST

25. Metabolic Engineering of 
Escherichia coli for the Production of a 
Precursor to Artemisinin, an Antimalarial 
Drug / 364
CHRISTOPHER J. PETzOLD AND JAy D. KEASLING

26. Heterologous Production of 
Polyketides in Streptomyces coelicolor and Escherichia coli / 380
JAMES T. KEALEy

27. Genetic Engineering of Acidic 
 Lipopeptide Antibiotics / 391
RICHARD H. BALTz, KIEN T. NGUyEN, 
AND DyLAN C. ALEXANDER

28. Genetic Engineering To Regulate 
Production of Secondary Metabolites in 
Streptomyces / 411
SUSAN E. JENSEN

29. Genetic Engineering of Myxobacterial 
Natural Product Biosynthetic Genes / 426
BRyAN JULIEN AND EDUARDO RODRIGUEz

SECTION V
INDUSTRIAL ENZYMES, BIOCATALYSIS, AND ENZYME EVOLUTION / 439
VOLUME EDITOR: J. E. DAVIES
SECTION EDITOR: H. ZHAO

30. Tools for Enzyme Disco ery / 441
yASUHISA ASANO

31. Enzyme Engineering: Combining 
Computational Approaches with Directed 
E olution / 453
LOUIS A. CLARK

32. Enzyme Engineering by Directed 
E olution / 466

MANFRED T. REETz

33. Industrial Applications of Enzymes as 
Catalysts / 480
NIKHIL U. NAIR, WENG LIN TANG, 
DAWN T. ERIKSEN, AND HUIMIN zHAO

34. Biomass-Con erting Enzymes and 
Their Bioenergy Applications / 495
FENG XU

35. The Use of Enzymes for Non-Aqueous 
Organic Transformations / 509
ELTON P. HUDSON, MICHAEL J. LISzKA, AND DOUGLAS S. CLARK

36. Enzyme Promiscuity and E olution of 
New Protein Functions / 524
BERT VAN LOO AND FLORIAN HOLLFELDER

37. Enzyme Production in Escherichia 
coli / 539
DANIEL J. SAyUT, PAVAN K. R. KAMBAM, 
WILLIAM G. HERRICK, AND LIANHONG SUN

38. Bioprocess De elopment / 549
LUTz HILTERHAUS AND ANDREAS LIESE

SECTION VI
MICROBIAL FUELS (BIOFUELS) AND FINE 
CHEMICALS / 563
VOLUME EDITOR: A. L. DEMAIN
SECTION EDITOR: L. R. LYND

39. Accessing Microbial Communities for 
 Solutions to Biofuels Production / 565
CARL B. ABULENCIA, STEVEN M. WELLS, 
KEVIN A. GRAy, MARTIN KELLER, AND
JOEL A. KREPS

40. Micro-Algal Culture as a Feedstock for 
Bioenergy, Chemicals, and Nutrition / 577
SUSAN T. L. HARRISON, MELINDA J. GRIFFITHS, NICHOLAS LANGLEy, CARyN VENGADAJELLUM, AND ROBERT P. VAN HILLE

41. Metabolic Engineering Strategies for 
 Production of Commodity and Fine Chemicals: Escherichia coli as a Platform Organism / 591
PATRICK C. CIRINO

42. Impro ing Microbial Robustness Using 
Systems Biology / 605
JONATHAN R. MIELENz AND DAVID A. HOGSETT

43. Bioethanol Production from 
 Lignocellulosics: Some Process Considerations and Procedures / 621
CHARLES A. ABBAS, WU LI BAO, KyLE E. BEERy, 
PAMELA CORRINGTON, CONSUELO CRUz, LUCAS
LOVELESS, MARTIN SPARKS, AND KELLI TREI

44. Surface Microbiology of Cellulolytic 
 Bacteria / 634
ALEXANDRU DUMITRACHE, GIDEON M. WOLFAARDT, 
AND LEE R. LyND

45. Physiological and Methodological Aspects 
of Cellulolytic Microbial Cultures / 644
NICOLAI S. PANIKOV AND LEE R. LyND

SECTION VII
BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING AND SCALE-UP OF INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES / 657
VOLUME EDITOR: A. L. DEMAIN
SECTION EDITOR: B. JUNKER

46. Raw Materials Selection and Medium 
 De elopment for Industrial Fermentation
Processes / 659
SAMUN K. DAHOD, RANDOLPH GREASHAM, AND MAX KENNEDy

47. Scale-Up of Microbial Fermentation 
 Process / 669
XIAOMING yANG

48. Cell Culture Bioreactors: Controls, 
 Measurements, and Scale-Down Model / 676
WAN-SEOP KIM

49. Continuous Culture / 685
AN-PING zENG AND JIBIN SUN

50. Ad ances in Sensor and Sampling 
 Technologies in Fermentation and Mammalian Cell Culture / 700
ADEyMA y. ARROyO

51. Bioreactor Automation / 719
DAVID HOPKINS, MELISSA ST. AMAND, 
AND JACK PRIOR

52. Purification and Characterization of 
Proteins / 731
ULRICH STRyCH AND RICHARD C. WILLSON

Author Index / 743


Subject Index / 745

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