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- Im, Hyeonsung, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Bioresource technology 2018 v.259 pp. 128-135
- Citrobacter amalonaticus; Sporomusa ovata; acetates; biorefining; biotransformation; carbon dioxide; carbon monoxide; coculture; hydrogen; models; toxicity
- ... The biological conversion of carbon monoxide (CO) has been highlighted for the development of a C1 gas biorefinery process. Despite this, the toxicity and low reducing equivalent of CO uptake make biological conversion difficult. The use of synthetic co-cultures is an alternative way of enhancing the performance of CO bioconversion. This study evaluated a synthetic co-culture consisting of Citroba ...