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However, manipulation of properties when whole cell is used is limited to the mechanisms associated with the cell wall surface and its extracellular nature. That is, when whole cell is used, the intact cell would behave much like the solid particles. Functional properties are limited largely to those associated with the surface, and the content of the cell functions only as filler. Therefore, the diverse and flexible functional nature of the cellular components would not be realized. Of course, the performance characteristics or potentials of whole-cell SCP cannot match those of the separated components such as the proteins, glucans, and other biopolymers present in the cell.
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