A Prospective Study on the Fermentation Landscape of Gaseous Substrates to Biorenewables Using Methanosarcina acetivorans Metabolic Model

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Hadi Nazem-Bokaee; Costas D. Maranas;

The abundance of methane in shale gas and of other gases such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide as chemical process byproducts has motivated the use of gas fermentation for bioproduction. Recent advances in metabolic engineering and synthetic biology allo... View more
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