Fan-Yu Ou-Yang

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BACKGROUND In our previous study, the feasibility of Rubisco-based engineered E. coli (that contains heterologous phosphoribulokinase (PrkA) and Rubisco) for in situ CO2 recycling during the fermentation of pentoses or hexoses was demonstrated. Nevertheless, it is perplexing to see that only roughly 70 % of the carbon fed to the bacterial culture could be(More)
In this study, Rubisco-based engineered Escherichia coli, containing two heterologous enzymes of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (Rubisco) and phosphoribulokinase (PrkA), has been shown to be capable of the in situ recycling of carbon dioxide (CO2) during glycolysis. Two alternative approaches have been proposed to further enhance the carbon(More)
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