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The emulsion phase was continuously withdrawn at the top of the column, broken by electro-coalescence, and 6-APA was Extraction of Primary and Secondary Metabolites 33 then recovered. The 6-APA was converted to ampicillin using D-phenylglycine methylester and immobilised Penicillin G-amidase at pH 6 in a separate column. This process worked well with laboratory Penicillium chrysogenum strains. After enrichment of 6-APA in the acceptor phase, this caused emulsion instability. 2 Solid Supported Liquid Membrane Hollow fibre membranes can be used for the physical separation of medium components.
Some investigations have dealt with the extractive bioconversion of polymers (starch, cellulose, casein) to monomers. In these systems, the biocatalysts are immobilised in one of the phases and the low molecular product is extracted in situ into the other phase . This is not well suited for the selective extraction of low molecular metabolites, so it will not be compared with the other extraction techniques. We do not have enough information on the extraction of primary and secondary metabolites with reversed micelles to compare it with the other extraction processes.