Industrial Microbiology

Industrial microbiology is a subfield of applied microbiology that focuses on the use of microorganisms in the manufacturing of critical products such antibiotics, food items, enzymes, amino acids, vaccines, and fine chemicals. Industrial microbiology encompasses all processes mediated by or involving microbes in which a product of economic value is obtained, hence fermentation is synonymous with it in terms of scope, objectives, and activities. The goal of industrial microbiology is to use microbes on a big scale to create goods with a marketable value for a variety of uses. The creation of microbial products can be broadly divided into six categories: (1) metabolic production; (2) biotransformation; (3) biofuel production; (4) treatment of organic and industrial wastes; (5) metal recovery; and (6) production of microbial biomass.

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