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industrial microbiology

The field of industrial microbiology may conjure an image of the highest of 21st century high technology, with scientists creating materials suitable for deep space exploration or focused on the cutting edge of genetic engineering. That picture is true in many respects, but, in fact, the field has long been with us.
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Food production is still a major sector of industrial microbiology today, but the field has come to play a part in many endeavors beyond the grocery store. Industrial microbiology is critical to the health care industry, where it is responsible for the production of antibiotics, antitumor agents and hormones. It also plays a key role in the production of replacement body parts through the development of esters appropriate for the special plastics needed for new joints. In addition, we rely on microorganisms for a wide range of medical tests that allow clinicians to identify pathogens and toxins. The role of industrial microbiology remains important to the arena in which it first appeared. Modern agriculture would not be possible without pesticides and fungicides, substances that often rely on the actions of microorganisms. Organic acids, similar to those used in plastics, are also used to replace acids that occur naturally and that would otherwise be more difficult and expensive to obtain. Citric acid, for example, was once derived only from citrus fruit, but it is now synthesized by industrial microbiologists. Industrial microbiologists have already changed the world in fundamental ways. They continue to work in areas that are likely to have profound effects on life in the future. Microbiology has begun to play a new role in environmental management. Using microbes and bio-surfactants, industrial microbiologists have discovered new ways to help contain and clean up dangerous accidents like oil spills. Using bacteria that are at home in exotic environments, they are beginning to develop new tools that can turn contaminants into less harmful substances. Genetic engineering, a field whose potential is just beginning to be tapped, is very much the province of the industrial microbiologist. Genetic manipulation can be broadly applied to agriculture, enabling increased plant and animal resistance to pests and disease and allowing us to select for commercially desirable characteristics. Genetic engineering has an increasingly important, if controversial, role to play in medicine, where the possibilities of genetic identification and manipulation are slowly being uncovered. It offers hope for diseases that have so far proved intractable to conventional treatment. Another focus of current and future medical research is the use of microorganisms within the body that can be linked to electrode sensors. This highly sophisticated approach opens the possibility of simpler, more accurate and more comprehensive diagnostic procedures.

Conferences in Omics-
Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases
World Congress and Expo on Applied Microbiology
Euro Global Summit and Expo on Food & Beverages
International Conference on Aquaculture & Fisheries
4th International Conference and Exhibition on Food Processing & Technology
International Congress and Expo on Biofuels & Bioenergy
4th International Conference and Exhibition on Nutrition
4th International Conference and Exhibition on Probiotics, Functional & Baby Foods

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