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Product Recovery Research Articles

Methodology applied for product recovery depends upon when and where the product is formed, the purity of the product, use of the product, impurities that are present within the broth, price of the product and so on. Various techniques involved in product recovery are filtration, centrifugation, precipitation, dialysis, solvent extraction, chromatographic and electrophoretic techniques, crystallization techniques etc. Products which is extra-cellular, need filtration of spent broth directly and if the product is intra-cellular, then the cells need to be lysed either by sonication or by centrifugation methods and then the resultant product is subjected to filtration and other purification techniques. As we get our resultant filtrate, then this filtrate is subjected for the rest of the purification process. Sometimes the investment we put towards purification also depends on, whether the product needs to be partially purified or completely purified. In this way, the desired product after its purification techniques done will be in its finalised form which is to be packed accordingly and then need to be marketed. Journal Article is sometimes called a Scientific Article, a Peer-Reviewed Article, or a Scholarly Research Article. Together, journal articles in a particular field are often referred to as The Literature. Journal articles are most often Primary Research Articles. However, they can also be Review Articles. These types of articles have different aims and requirements. Sometimes, an article describes a new tool or method. Because articles in scientific journals are specific, meticulously cited and peer-reviewed, journal databases are the best place to look for information on previous research on your species. Without a background in the field, journal articles may be hard to understand - however, you do not need to understand an entire article to be able to get valuable information from it.
 
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