Biochemical Engineering

IIT Kharagpur Course , Prof. Rintu Banerjee

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Contents:
Fundamental of Biology & Biotechnology - Glimpses of Microbial World - Bacteria - Virus and Cell Organelles - Carbohydrate - Nucleic Acid - Lipids--Proteins - Biochemistry & Thermodynamics of Enzymes - Enzyme Kinetics : Michealis - Menten Kinetics - Regulation of Enzyme Activity : Inhibition - Effects of Substrate and Inhibition, pH and Temperature on Enzyme Activity - Immobilized Enzymes - Interphase Mass Transfer and Reaction in Immobilized Enzymes - Effectiveness Factor in Immobilized Enzymes - Bioenergetics and Glycolysis - TCA Cycle - Electron Transport Chain & Oxidative Phosphorylation - Pentose Phosphate Pathways Glycogenesis & Glycogenolysis

Urea Cycle, Gluconeogenesis and Glyoxalate Cycle - Microbial Growth : Phases and Models - Effect of Mass Transfer on Microbial & Fungal Growth - Effect of Multiple Substrates and Inhibition on Microbial Growth - Design of Bioreactors - Design of Chemostats -Stability of Bioreactors - Introduction to Receptor - Ligand Binding-Effects of Ligand Depletion and Multiple Receptors on Binding Kinetics - Receptors - Mediated Endocytosis - Kinetics of Receptor - Mediated Endocytosis - General Model for Receptor - Mediated Endocytosis - Multiple Interacting Microbial Population: Prey-Predator Models - Manufacture of Biochemicals

Lecture 1: Mod-01 Lec-01 Fundamental of Biology & Biotechnology

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        Biochemical Engineering by Dr. Rintu Banerjee,Department of Agricultural & Engineering,IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit httpnptel.iitm.ac.in

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