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Effects Of Ammonia On Cell Physiology

The influence of ammonia concentration on mammalian cell growth and product expression has been reported for a variety of cell lines and culture conditions (56). Most of these studies emphasized the influence of ammonia on cell growth. The effects of elevated ammonia concentrations on metabolic rates and cell productivity have been studied less extensively. Although it is not discussed in detail in this article, the effect of ammonia on virus replication and virus production from cell culture was demonstrated clearly in the literature (57-63).

Engineering Perspectives of Glycoconjugate Fermentation

Environmental factors including dissolved oxygen concentration, osmotic pressure, and carbon dioxide concentration have significant effects on the biosynthesis of oligosaccharides and glycoproteins. Some macrolide antibiotics including erythromycin B (41) and doxorubicin (15, 42) are considered to be secondary metabolites, and the limitation of the dissolved oxygen during cultivation of various microbial strains can decrease the activity of cytochrome P-450 monooxygenases required for the processing of pathway intermediates into their final forms. It is believed that the increase in DO concentration will affect the changes in energy metabolism with a higher proportion of glucose utilized at higher oxygen concentrations. However, some results from batch fermentation contradicted each other as shown below. Sialyltransferase activity, sialic acid content, and specific productivity of a recombinant glycoprotein, human follicle stimulating hormone, in CHO cells all increased as DO...

Control of Body Weight

Kimchi is shown to reduce body weight in rats. The capsaicin in red pepper stimulates spinal nerves and activates the release of catecholamine in the adrenal gland (91), a hormone known to increase metabolism. As shown in Table 12, when rats were fed a diet containing red pepper powder plus a high fat content, these animals had a decrease in body weight, compared to rats fed only a high fat diet (92,93). When the rats are fed kimchi that contained the same level of red pepper powder plus high fat as in the previous diet, it was found that the

Biofilm Cell Metabolic Processes

The major transformation carried out by cells in the biofilm is the metabolism of both an electron donor and a terminal electron acceptor to produce soluble by-products, extracellular polymers, carbon dioxide, and water. Depending on the microbial population in question and the ambient concentration of electron donor and acceptor, a biofilm can be either aerobic, anoxic (denitrifying), anaerobic (sulfate-reducing bacteria, methane formers), or fermentative. Analysis of biofilm bacterial metabolic rates are frequently complicated by the effects of significant mass transfer resistances in both the liquid phase and within the developing biofilm. steady-state mathematical models (59,60) were derived in the late 1970s to estimate the observed flux of growth-rate-limiting substrate into a biofilm of fixed thickness, density, and reactivity. These steady-state biofilm models are based on assumptions of a constant biofilm concentration (tacitly implying a...

Auxotrophic Mutant Lysine And Penicillin Share Same Pathway

It is sometimes difficult to explain the precise reason for the effect of mutation to auxotrophy on the production of secondary metabolites, but in the majority of cases it has been demonstrated to be an effect on the secondary metabolic system rather than, simply, an effect on the growth of the organism. The simplest explanation for the deleterious effect on secondary metabolite yield is that the auxotroph is blocked in the biosynthesis of a precursor of the end product, for example, Polsinelli et al. (1965) demonstrated that aux-otrophs of Streptomyces antibioticus which required any of the precursors of actinomycin (isoleucine, valine or threonine) were poor producers of the antibiotic.

Effects of Ammonia on Cell Metabolism

A number of studies reported the effects of ammonia on cell metabolism. For a murine hybridoma cell line, Ozturk et al. (6) observed a roughly twofold increase in glucose and glutamine consumption rates in cultures exposed to 3.75 mM of ammonia, compared to control conditions (Fig. 3). The production rates of lactate and ammonia were also enhanced by the presence of ammonia, indicating an elevated metabolic state of the cells. The yield coefficients of ammonia from glutamine and lactate yield from glucose decreased about 15 with 3.75 mM ammonia (Fig. 3). A similar elevation in metabolic rates was reported by Miller et al. (52) for AB2-143.2 hybridoma cells and by Alex et al. (90) forC127 cells. Glacken (87) has also shown an increase in the glutamine consumption rate by added ammonia.

Conclusions

Ammonia is involved in several metabolic pathways and can influence the metabolic rates. Specific metabolic rates for glucose, glutamine, ammonia, lactate, amino acids are accelerated at higher ammonia concentrations. The ammonia yield from glutamine decreases, and more alanine is produced at higher ammonia levels. Although ammonia does not seem to alter the specific oxygen consumption rate, the ATP production rate increases at elevated ammonia concentrations. Cells become more active meta-bolically and generate more ATP for maintenance when their growth is suppressed by ammonia. Several mechanisms have been hypothesized and examined experimentally in an attempt to understand ammonia inhibition. Alteration of intracompartmental pH and membrane potential, futile cycles, metabolic inhibition, and alteration of critical ribonucleotides are identified as potential mechanisms for ammonia inhibition. Although the dynamics of ammonia transport to and from the cells were studied and...

Homofermentation

Lactic acid bacteria are obligate fermentors, and cannot obtain energy by oxidative or respiratory processes (with the exception noted previously Box 2-1). Technically, the precursor-product exchange systems, described below, provide an alternate way for these organisms to earn ATP credits by conserving the energy that would ordinarily be used to perform metabolic work. However, the substrate level phosphorylation reactions that occur during fermentation are by far the major means by which these cells make ATP. For ho-mofermentative lactic acid bacteria, hexoses are metabolized via the enzymes of the gly-colytic Embden-Meyerhoff pathway.

Metabolic Diversity

Methanogenic bacteria are strictly anaerobic archaea with a unique form of energy metabolism involving the generation of methane. Biological methano-genesis is an important component of the carbon cycle in a variety of anaerobic habitats. It represents the terminal

Intracellular pH

Decrease And Increase Intracellular

McQueen and Bailey (72,107) have shown that the net result of ammonia addition is a decrease in intracellular pH for the hybridoma line ATCC TIB 131. When internal pH was altered by external pH, McQueen and Bailey associated ammonia effects to the variations in intracellular pH, because both ammonia addition and low external pH resulted in lower cell yields on glucose and glutamine. On the other hand, Ozturk et al. (6) individually evaluated the cell growth rate and the metabolic rates and could not relate the effects of ammonia to the effects of lowering external pH. There is a decrease in glucose consumption and an increase in glutamine uptake rates when pH was controlled below 7.2 (93). However, a decrease in intracellular pH as a result of ammonia addition increased both rates.

Oxygen Requirements

The culture may become oxygen limited because sufficient oxygen cannot be made available in the fermenter if certain substrates, such as rapidly metabolized sugars which lead to a high oxygen demand, are available in high concentrations. Fast metabolism Nutritional factors can alter the oxygen demand of the culture. Penicillium chrysogenum will utilize glucose more rapidly than lactose or sucrose, and it therefore has a higher specific oxygen uptake rate when glucose is the main carbon source (Johnson, 1946). Therefore, when there is the possibility of oxygen limitation due to fast metabolism, it may be overcome by reducing the initial concentration of key substrates in the medium and adding additional quantities of these substrates as a continuous or semi-continuous feed during the fermentation (see Tables 4.1. and 4.15 Chapters 2 and 9). It can also be overcome by changing the composition of the medium, incorporating higher carbohydrates (lactose, starch, etc.) and...

Fermentation control

Temperature has an effect primarily on fermentation rate through its effect on yeast growth and metabolic rate. The data in Fig. 6.18 shows attenuation profiles for pilot-scale high-gravity lager fermentations performed at a range of temperatures between 11 C and 25 C. All other process variables were, as near possible, identical. As may be seen, between the two extremes of temperature, there was a difference of nearly 100 hours in the time taken to achieve final gravity. Based on this result it may be supposed that it must be advantageous to perform fermentations at as high a temperature as possible. Most brewing yeast strains have a maximum growth temperature within the range of 30 to 35 C, suggesting that very rapid fermentations could be achieved. In fact, several factors preclude the use of very high temperatures. Some loss of volatile flavour components and ethanol by gas stripping is inevitable in all fermentations. The severity of this effect is obviously...

Bioreactor Design

In a well-operated bioreactor, the pH and temperature are carefully controlled and all required nutrients are provided in adequate amounts, making the specific consumption rate a function only of the concentrations of contaminant, S, and any inhibitory product, Sm, dissolved in the biophase. The exact form of this function, written q(S, Sm), will not be specified because it varies among cases, but it must describe the effects on the metabolic rate ofsubstrate limitation, product inhibition, and possibly (when ni H is large) substrate inhibition. It is more common to describe the specific cell growth rate, 1, by a Monod-type function of the concentration S, but this is clearly incorrect at the low concentrations found in gas treatment bioreactors, because it predicts that growth stops and substrate uptake continues when no substrate is available 1 0 and q kwhen S 0). In fact, when a major nutrient is exhausted, its consumption must stop, and the microorganisms go into an endogenous...

Sourdoughs

Isernhager rye sourdoughs are produced in a fermentation tank fitted with a stirrer. The fermentation tank is not cooled. A siphon through which the sourdough is pumped out is fitted on the base of the fermentation tank, which can have a capacity of up to 2 m3 (without a cooler). The height of the siphon outlet determines the quantity of sourdough remaining in the tank, which serves as an inoculum when the fermentation tank is refilled each week. The maximum capacity of the fermentation tank and the final density of the sourdough determine the maximum quantity of sourdough available each week. The fermentation tank is designed in such a way that its surface releases the heat generated by fermentation into the environment (44). The sourdough is also stirred continuously to aid the cooling process. At the same time, the volumetric expansion of the sourdough that accompanies the formation of CO2 is limited. It takes around 48 hr for fermentation to be...

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