TMO

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TMOThermo Fisher Scientific (various locations)
TMOT-Mobile
TMOThe Mac Observer (website)
TMOTimeout (Hekimian)
TMOTechnologies Management Office
TMOTransformation Management Office
TMOToprak Mahsulleri Ofisi (Soil Products Office of Turkey)
TMOTenant Management Organisation (UK)
TMOTraffic Management Office
TMOTelevision Match Official (rugby)
TMOTransition Management Office (various organizations)
TMOTrue Mechanical Override (flush operation)
TMOTransportation Management Office
TMOTake Me Out
TMOTraffic Management Officer
TMOThe Matrix Online (game)
TMOThat's My Opinion
TMOTracking of Moving Objects (navigation)
TMOTable Mountain Observatory
TMOThe Metal Observer (website)
TMOTravel Management Online (software)
TMOTechnology Management Office
TMOTrunked Mode Operation
TMOThermophilic Microorganism (biotechnology)
TMOTelegraphic Money Order
TMOTokimeki Memorial Online (gaming)
TMOToo Many Options
TMOTelephone Money Order
TMOTrans-Metro Optical (Cyras Systems)
TMOTotal Mad Ownage
TMOTransportation Movements Office(r)
TMOTroubles Moteurs de l'Oesophage (French: esophageal motor disorders)
TMOTransaction Management Object (multi-user environments)
TMOThermo Magnetic Optical (media)
TMOTen Miles Out (aviation)
TMOTrials Management Organization
TMOText Messaging Operations
TMOThe McCallum Observer
TMOTalent Management Organization
TMOTactical Management Office
TMOTotal Materiel Objective
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Isolation and Purification of Thermostable Alkaline Lipase from Local Thermophilic Microorganism, Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia, 2010; 7(2): 617-622.
Their topics include exploring the capacity of halophilic microorganisms to synthesize exopolysaccharides with interesting properties, exopolysaccharide production by thermophilic microorganisms, drug delivery systems based on microbial exopolysaccharides, fructans as natural bioactive cosmeceutical ingredients, the molecular modification of levan and biotechnological applications of its derivatives, and cloning and partially characterizing an extracellular dextransucrase coding region (DSRR-V) from Leuconostoc citreum M-3.
More than 89% of the thermophilic microorganisms in the device belong to the genus Bacillus, with a large number of Bacillus stearothermophilus being the most abundant species in Bacillus (32% of isolates), followed by Bacillus stearothermophilus (22% of isolates).
Saccharification is performed at elevated temperature and thermophilic microorganisms could be most promising candidates for amylase production because these strains will produce thermostable amylase.
Thermophilic microorganisms have gained a great deal of attention (Beg et al., 2000; Shafaat et al., 2011; Raul et al., 2014).
Bioleaching process usually occurs in the presence of native microbial activity and also requires an addition of a consortium of mesophilic and/or thermophilic microorganisms that act simultaneously in iron and sulfur oxidation and solubilising precious and base metals [5].
Extremely thermophilic microorganisms for biomass conversion: status and prospects.
Application of thermophilic microorganisms to produce enzyme for industrial use is a general practice because they provide broader temperature range and higher thermostability compared to enzymes from mesophilic microorganisms.
Summary: The applications of thermophilic microorganisms in industrial processes have opened a new era in biotechnology.