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Microbes Turn Waste Into Useful Chemicals

News   May 04, 2021 | Original story from Oak Ridge National Laboratory

 
Microbes Turn Waste Into Useful Chemicals

Scientists genetically engineered bacteria for itaconic acid production, creating dynamic controls that separate microbial growth and production phases for increased efficiency and acid yield. Credit: NREL.

 
 
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