Study on Resource Utilization of Biopharmaceutical Residue Based on Membrane Separation Technology
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Biopharmaceutics is a kind of organic resource that uses protein, starch, vitamins, minerals and other raw materials to produce drugs through microbial fermentation. Its residue contains rich mycelium and residual organic and inorganic substances. Bio-pharmaceutical residue is one of the most serious pollution sources in bio-pharmaceutical enterprises. Over the years, some enterprises have tried to reuse the residue and achieved some results, but most of them are directly discharged as waste, bringing pollution to the surrounding environment. Biopharmaceutical fermentation is a hot topic in the research of biopharmaceutical modernization in recent years. It is a perfect combination of modern biotechnology and traditional biopharmaceutical advantages, and is one of the important means to improve the material basis of biopharmaceutical efficacy. Based on membrane separation technology, this paper focuses on bio-fermentation of bio-pharmaceutical residues, and reviews from aerobic fermentation and anaerobic fermentation, which provides new ideas for the deep development of bio-pharmaceutical residues and the sustainable utilization of bio-pharmaceutical resources.
Membrane separation technology, Bio-pharmaceutical residue, Biological fermentation, Resource utilization