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Engineered E. coli Adds Value in Chemical Production

News   Sep 19, 2018 | Original Story from The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.

 
Engineered E. coli Adds Value in Chemical Production

These are formic acid and CO2 assimilation pathways consisting of the reconstructed THF cycle and reverse glycine cleavage reaction. This schematic diagram shows the formic acid and CO2 assimilation procedure through the pathway. Plasmids used in this study and the genetic engineering performed in this study are illustrated. Credit: KAIST.

 
 
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