Thursday, November 20, 2008: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Room 106-A (Pennsylvania Convention Center)

Bioengineering (15c)

#677 - Advances in Fermentation/ Biological Conversion I (15C04)
New strategies for fermentation process technologies will be discussed, including optimization strategies, experimentally validated model-based control strategies, novel process designs targeting lower costs for large scale implementation, application of models for improved process performance, and strategies for use of new and improved host strains.
Chair:Claire F. Komives
CoChair:Ilana Aldor
CoSponsor(s):Topical 4: Sustainable Biorefineries (T4)
3:15 PMDynamic Flux Balance Models for Simulation and Optimization of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Fed-Batch Cultures
Jared L. Hjersted, Michael A. Henson
3:40 PMOptimization of Batch and Continuous Fermenters for Increasing Bioethanol Productivity Using Hybrid Cybernetic Models
Hyun-Seob Song, John A. Morgan, Nancy W. Y. Ho, Arvind Varma, Doraiswami Ramkrishna
4:05 PMIndole and Quorum Sensing Signal in Escherichia Coli: Study of the Tryptophan Pathway by Means of a Metabolic Flux Analysis
Vanessa Ramirez Tovar, Andres Fernando Gonzalez Barrios
4:30 PMDefining Design Space for Biotech Products: Case Study of Pichia Pastoris Fermentation
Jean Harms, Anurag Rathore
4:55 PMStrain Engineering and Fermentation Process Development toward Supplying Semi-Synthetic Artemisinin. A Key Component of Antimalarial Combination Therapies
Rika Regentin, Christopher J. Paddon, Patrick Westfall, Hiroko Tsuruta, Douglas J. Pitera, Diana J. Eng, Tizita Horning, Jacob R. Lenihan, Bonnie Lieu, Dae-Kyun Ro, Michelle C. Chang, Eric Paradise, Jay D. Keasling, Jack D. Newman, Neil S. Renninger
5:20 PMRecombinant Protein Production In Escherichia Coli
Jane Gunson, Michael W Laird

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