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Biosurfactants can be defined as the surfaceactive biomolecules produced by microorganisms with widerange of applications. In recent years, due to their unique properties like specificity, low toxicity and relative ease of preparation, these surfaceactive biomolecules have attracted wide interest. Due to their unique functional properties, biosurfactants were used in several industries including organic chemicals, petroleum, petrochemicals, mining, metallurgy mainly bioleaching, agrochemicals, fertilizers, foods, beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and many others. They can be used as emulsifiers as well as demulsifiers, wetting agents, foaming agents, spreading agents, functional food ingredients and detergents. The interfacial surface tension reducing ability of biosurfactants made them to play important role in oil recovery and bioremediation of heavy crude oil.
The global Microbial Biosurfactants market will reach xxx Million USD in 2017 with CAGR xx% from 20182025. The main contents of the report including:
Global market size and forecast
Regional market size, production data and export import
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Not suitable in places where requires high sanitary conditions.
Widely used in all kinds of food related production and processing.
Suitable for home, restaurant, hotel, fieldwork, breeding sites, etc.
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Middle East Africa
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