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Lactic Acid - LA
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    • Lactic acid (LA) is an important and versatile chemical that can be produced from renewable resources such as biomass...

    Kenji Okanoet al. Biotechnological production of enantiomeric pure lactic acid from rene...

    • Lactic acid is a versatile organic acid, which finds major application in the food, pharmaceuticals, and chemical industries. Microbial fermentation has the advantage that by choosing a strain of lactic acid bacteria producing only one of the isomers, an optically pure product can be obtained. The production of l(+) lactic acid is of significant importance from nutritional viewpoint and finds greater use in food industry...

    P. S. Panesaret al. Applicability of pectate-entrapped Lactobacillus casei cells for l (+)...

    • The lactic acid is an organic acid occurring widely in nature. It is a weak acid, which can be broken down easily in water and other solvents. It has long been used by the food industry as an additive for preservation, flavor and acidity. It has pleasant sour taste with little odor, and used for different food applications such as in syrups, jams, jellies and soft drinks. Lactic acid has been considered to be the safe for health because it does not give any residual undesirable element in food...

    Zulfiqar Aliet al. SENSORY CHARACTERISTICS OF BREAD PREPARED FROM LACTIC ACID OBTAINED FR...

    • Lactic acid (LA) is the most widely used multifunctional organic acid and approximately 50% of it is produced by biotechnological process. Immobilizing microbial cells not only improves cell retention but also protects cells from harsh environmental conditions during LA production. The objectives of this research were therefore to develop a simple method to encapsulate (immobilize) Lactobacillus reuteri for the continuous production of LA and to evaluate LA production in three different types of media using free and immobilized L...

    Salam A. Ibrahimet al. Rapid and Simple Method for the Encapsulation of Lactobacillus reuteri...

    • Lactic acid is a commonly occurring organic acid, which is valuable due to its wide use in food and food-related industries, and its potential for the production of biodegradable and biocompatible polylactate polymers. Lactic acid can be produced from renewable materials using various fungal species of the Rhizopus genus, which have advantages compared to the bacteria, including their amylolytic characteristics, low nutrient requirements and valuable fermentation by-product—fungal biomass...

    Zhan Ying Zhanget al. Production of lactic acid from renewable materials by Rhizopus fungi

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