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Figure 5 | Microbial Cell Factories

Figure 5

From: Engineering Corynebacterium crenatum to produce higher alcohols for biofuel using hydrolysates of duckweed (Landoltia punctata) as feedstock

Figure 5

Production of higher alcohols via construction of metabolic pathway B in the bioengineered strain of C. crenatum . (5A) Yield of higher alcohols from glucose. (5B) Yield of higher alcohols from the acid hydrolysates of duckweed. Error bars indicate +/− SD (n = 3). The different letters indicate significant differences based on multiple comparisons for different alcohol products (P < 0.05). p29-BI + PEC-KA: ILV2 + KIVD-ADH2; p29-BII + PEC-KA: ILV2-ILV5 + KIVD-ADH2; p29-BIII + PEC-KA: ILV2-ILV5-ILV3 + KIVD-ADH2. CE: C. crenatum CICC 20153.

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