Authors: Law BA
Biotechnology in food manufacture.
Publication date: 1994
Journal: Chemistry and Industry
Abstract: Biotechnology is now providing the basis of innovation and improvement in food manufacture, safety surveillance and authentication through the knowledge-based exploitation of enzymic catalysis and biomolecular recognition. Future developments depend not only on the consolidation, refinement and wide application of the biotechnological sciences, but also on new approaches to the creation of completely new catalysts and recognition molecules through advances in antibody technology and molecular imprinting
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