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- Tappel, Ryan, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Metabolic engineering 2019 v.53 pp. 14-23
- Clostridium autoethanogenum; acetogens; acetyl coenzyme A; adenosine triphosphate; bioprocessing; carbon; carbon dioxide; carbon monoxide; economics; energy; ethanol production; feedstocks; fermentation; fuels; genetically engineered microorganisms; hydrogen; metabolomics; models; poly-3-hydroxybutyrate; steel; synthesis gas; transcriptomics; wastes
- ... Gas fermentation is emerging as an economically attractive option for the sustainable production of fuels and chemicals from gaseous waste feedstocks. Clostridium autoethanogenum can use CO and/or CO2 + H2 as its sole carbon and energy sources. Fermentation of C. autoethanogenum is currently being deployed on a commercial scale for ethanol production. Expanding the product spectrum of acetogens wi ...