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Description
control units, bioreactor
This model was found at
11 locations
The model is used in
7 countries
Usage per year (up to 2020)
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12 related research fields
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About the Sartorius Biostat

The model Sartorius Biostat was found in 11 unique locations in 7 countries where it was mentioned from 2008 until recentlyIt is used by scientists in various research fields such as Biotechnology, Bioengineering, Virology, Microbiology, and Environmental Science. The model is also used in Microbiology (medical), Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law, Environmental Engineering, Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment, Geography, Planning and Development, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, and Agricultural and Biological Sciences.

About Sartorius

Sartorius AG is a supplier of laboratory and bioprocessing and biopharmaceutical equipment. The company is based in Göttingen, Germany. The company was founded in 1870 and currently has over 15,000 employees operating from over 60 locations worldwide with global sales revenues of 3.45 billion euros (2021). provides advanced equipment for research and development such as bioreactors, filtration and purification systems, live cell imaging and flow cytometry systems, laboratory balances, moisture analysers, and various applications and devices related to process analytical and data analytics technology. Their main strategic goals are to accelerate drug discovery and provide technological innovations in bioprocessing.https://www.sartorius.com
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Research that uses the Sartorius Biostat

Hannah Luise Brück, François Coutte, Pascal Dhulster, Sébastien Gofflot, Philippe Jacques, Frank Delvigne, Microorganisms, 8, 679 (5), 2020
Biofilm bioreactors are promising systems for continuous biosurfactant production since they provide process stability through cell immobilization and avoid foam formation. In this work, a two-compartment biofilm bioreactor was designed consisting of a stirred tank reactor and a trickle-bed reactor containing a structured metal packing for biofilm formation. A strong and poor biofilm forming B. subtilis 168 strain due to restored exopolysaccharides (EPS) production or not were cultivated in the system to study the growth behavior of the planktonic and biofilm population for the establishment of a growth model. A high dilution rate was used in order to promote biofilm formation on the packing and wash out unwanted planktonic cells. Biofilm development kinetics on the packing were assessed through a total organic carbon mass balance. The EPS+ strain showed a significantly improved performance in terms of adhesion capacity and surfactin production. The mean surfactin productivity of the EPS+ strain was about 37% higher during the continuous cultivation compared to the EPS- strain. The substrate consumption together with the planktonic cell and biofilm development were properly predicted by the model (α = 0.05). The results show the efficiency of the biofilm bioreactor for continuous surfactin production using an EPS producing strain.
Anita Rywińska, Ludwika Tomaszewska-Hetman, Magdalena Rakicka-Pustułka, Piotr Juszczyk, Waldemar Rymowicz, Sustainability, 12, 6109 (15), 2020
The microbiological biosynthesis of α-ketoglutaric acid (KGA) has recently captured the attention of many scientists as an alternative to its common chemical synthesis. The present study aimed to evaluate the effect of the feeding strategy of substrates, i.e., glycerol (G = 20 g·dm−3) and rapeseed oil (O = 20 g·dm−3), on yeast growth and the parameters of KGA biosynthesis by a wild strain Yarrowia lipolytica A-8 in fed-batch and repeated-batch cultures. The effectiveness of KGA biosynthesis was demonstrated to depend on thiamine concentration and the substrate feeding method. In the fed-batch culture incubated with 3 µg·dm−3 of thiamine and a substrate feeding variant 2G(_OGO), KGA was produced in the amount of 62.1 g·dm−3 at the volumetric production rate of 0.37 g·dm−3·h−1. These values of KGA production parameters were higher than these obtained in the control culture (with rapeseed oil only). During 10 cycles of the 1788-h repeated-batch culture carried out acc. to the feeding strategy 2G(_OGO), in the last 5 cycles the yeast produced from 55.6 to 58.2 g·dm−3 of KGA and maximally 2.9 g·dm−3 of the pyruvic acid as a by-product.
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