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- Lin, Jianping, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- BMC biotechnology 2016 v.16 no.1 pp. 42
- Gluconobacter oxydans; L-iditol dehydrogenase; batch fermentation; dissolved oxygen; electron transport chain; fermenters; gene overexpression; genes; glucose; hydrolysis; metabolic engineering; oxidation; pH; promoter regions; quinones; raw materials; renewable resources
- ... BACKGROUND: L-(+)-tartaric acid (L-TA) is an important organic acid, which is produced from the cream of tartar or stereospecific hydrolysis of the cis-epoxysuccinate. The former method is limited by the availability of raw material and the latter is dependent on the petrochemical material. Thus, new processes for the economical preparation of L-TA from carbohydrate or renewable resource would be ...
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