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Differential sensitivity of polyhydroxyalkanoate producing bacteria to fermentation inhibitors and comparison of polyhydroxybutyrate production from Burkholderia cepacia and Pseudomonas pseudoflavaAuthor(s): Diane Dietrich; Barbara Illman; Casey Crooks
Source: BMC Research Notes 2013, Volume 6, Number 1, 2013; 4 p.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionThe aim of this study is determine the relative sensitivity of a panel of seven polyhydroxyalkanoate producing bacteria to a panel of seven lignocellulosic-derived fermentation inhibitors representing aliphatic acids, furans and phenolics. A further aim was to measure the polyhydroxybutyrate production of select organisms on lignocellulosic-derived monosaccharides arabinose, xylose, glucose and mannose.
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CitationDietrich, Diane; Illman, Barbara; Crooks, Casey. 2013. Differential sensitivity of polyhydroxyalkanoate producing bacteria to fermentation inhibitors and comparison of polyhydroxybutyrate production from Burkholderia cepacia and Pseudomonas pseudoflava. BioMed Central Research Notes. 6(219): 4 p.
KeywordsPolyhydroxyalkanoate, Fermentation inhibitors, Bioconversion
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