Penicillin: A Paradigm for Biotechnology

Gordon Couger gcouger at nospam.couger.com
Wed Nov 17 02:52:43 EST 1999


On Tue, 16 Nov 1999 18:32:27 GMT, Uncle Al <UncleAl0 at hate.spam.net>
wrote:

>

>The first scale up of penicillin production was thousands of bedpans. 
>The Brits never really got a good conceptual hold on the Industrial
>Revolution.
>
Actualy it was the USDA that was working on commercial production
and found a better strain on a moldy canalotpe in the trash that got
penicillin off to a good start.

gordon
Gordon Couger
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