By Purnendu Ghosh, Tarun K. Ghose (auth.), Professor Tarun K. Ghose, Professor Purnendu Ghosh, S. Chand, S. K. Gupta, B. B. Lohray, K. Mazumdar-Shaw, P. Mishra, S. Nath, A. K. Panda, S. Suryanarayan (eds.)
The biotechnology company in India with a rise from USD 500 million in 1997 and achieving an predicted USD 1 billion subsequent yr well-being comparable prod ucts accounting for 60%, agro and veterinary items jointly 15%, and con tract R&D, reagents, units and offers including as much as the remainder 25% of which the diagnostics proportion used to be approximately 10% of the full without doubt provided an encouraging photo even 5 years in the past. whereas volumes have elevated, the pat tern has no longer. in accordance with a record, ready by way of McKinsey & Co, India's Phar maceutical together with family and export revenues and agreement prone totals approximately USD five billion. in addition, the corporate confidently tasks the expansion to an element of 5 fold provided that either the and the govt. may be able to installed position plausible options that needs to look after the formida ble stumbling blocks fighting additional progress. If this evaluation is right, then the verified transformation made by way of IT development must also give you the confi dence required by way of the excessive expectancies for biotechnology that have arisen within the nation lately. a few members to this are overenthusiastic those are bureaucrats, a few retired scientists and naturally the complacent politicians who've the least wisdom of what the hot biotechnology is all approximately. although, there are transparent symptoms of biotechnology progress demon strated through a couple of yet swiftly increasing biotech businesses corresponding to Biocon Ltd, Shantha Biotech (P) Ltd, Dr.
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67] used $ 200/tonne of lignin in their economic analysis of the alcohol pulping process. Battelle  used a lignin value of $ 330/tonne in the phenol pulping process, whereas Myerly et al.  used a value of $ 176/tonne in their economic analysis when its use as modified lignin was envisaged. The analysis on the dependence of product costs on the scale of operation and feedstock cost reflected that the product cost could be about the same at straw cost of $ 10 and $ 40 per tonne provided the scale of operation was doubled.
69] used a value of $ 176/tonne in their economic analysis when its use as modified lignin was envisaged. The analysis on the dependence of product costs on the scale of operation and feedstock cost reflected that the product cost could be about the same at straw cost of $ 10 and $ 40 per tonne provided the scale of operation was doubled. The impact of the adsorption-desorption approach of ethanol separation (in place of distillation) and alkali pretreatment (in place of solvent process) on the product cost were also analyzed.
Biotechnology in India II by Purnendu Ghosh, Tarun K. Ghose (auth.), Professor Tarun K. Ghose, Professor Purnendu Ghosh, S. Chand, S. K. Gupta, B. B. Lohray, K. Mazumdar-Shaw, P. Mishra, S. Nath, A. K. Panda, S. Suryanarayan (eds.)