New video tutorials show insights into ibvt research

In the Collaborative Research Center SFB 578 two microorganisms are of special interest - Bacillus megaterium and Aspergillus niger. With their excellent production and secretion capacities, they represent ideal cell factories for the biotechnological production of recombinant enzymes. Find out more about the process optimization by targeted precursor feeding for Bacillus and a micro-particle-based morphology design for Aspergillus in the following video clips.

1. Debottlenecking recombinant protein production in Bacillus megaterium under large-scale conditions - targeted precursor feeding designed from metabolomics

Claudia Korneli, Christoph J. Bolten, Thibault Godard, Ezequiel Franco-Lara, Christoph Wittmann

Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2012) DOI: 10.1002/24434

2. Customization of Aspergillus niger Morphology Through Addition of Talc Micro Particles

Thomas Wucherpfennig, Antonia Lakowitz, Habib Driouch, Rainer Krull, Christoph Wittmann

Journal of Visualized Experiments (2012) DOI: 10.3791/4023