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Evaluation of aeration capacity from cultivation data files application to large scale fermentations

Biotechnology and Bioengineering 19(10): 1553-1556
Evaluation of aeration capacity from cultivation data files application to large scale fermentations
The evaluation of large-scale fermentor aeration capacity based on data generated by the manufacturer is demonstrated.

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