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Last Updated: 03 June 2022

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Faster growth enhances low carbon fuels and commodity chemcial production through gas fermentation

"Gas fermentation provides both fossil-free, chemical-free manufacturing of fuels and chemicals as well as recycling of gaseous and solid waste using gas-ferment microbes. Acetogen biosynthesis and the gas fermentation bioprocess have yet to be established, but the effects of the primary physiological parameter – specifically, a 2013 growth rate – are yet to be established. C. autoethanogenum depends transcriptional regulation to a large degree for spurring faster growth, according to Transcriptomics results, differential expression of 1,337 genes with increasing u03bc increased with increasing u03bc. Metabolic modeling revealed significant fluxes for faster growing cells that were, however, not accompanied by gene expression changes in key catabolic pathways for CO and H2 metabolism. The following samples were in total with different number of biological replicate samples; overall layout: RNA sequencing of CO-grown or syngas-grown Clostridium autoethanogenum chemostat cultures at three separate growth rates; three samples in total with different number of biological replicate samples" in the corresponding growth rates; three samples in total with various number of biological replicate samples; three samples in total with various number of biological replicate samples "according to the design: RNA sequence of three specific growth rates;.

Source link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/806656

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