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Title: First principle-based models in plant suspension cell cultures: a review
Author: Villegas Quiceno, Adriana Patricia
Arias, Juan Pablo
Aragón, Daira
Ochoa, Silvia
Arias, Mario
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Issue Date: 21-Apr-2017
Advisor / Validator: Editorial, Critical Reviews in Biotecnology
Keywords: Unstructured models
Structured-stoichiometric models
Structuredmechanistic models
Hybrid stoichiometric-kinetic models
Segregated models
Resume: This is an article about the modelling in biotechnolgical processes
Abstract: In this work, the development and application of published models for describing the behavior of plant cell cultures is reviewed. The structure of each type of model is analyzed and the new tendencies for the modeling of biotechnological processes that can be applied in plant cell cultures are presented. This review is a tool for clarifying the main features that characterize each type of model in the field of plant cell cultures and can be used as a support on the selection of the more suitable model type, taking into account the purpose of specific research.
Program: Ingeniería Civil
Headquarters: Medellín
Type: Artículo
CC Licence: Licencia CC
Citation: Villegas Quiceno, A., Arias, J. P., Aragón, D., Ochoa, S., & Arias, M. (2017): First principle-based models in plant suspension cell cultures: a review, Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, doi: 10.1080/07388551.2017.1304891
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