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  • Jim T. M. Lin, Miles P. Smith, Kimberle C Chapin, Hyung Suck Baik, George N. Bennett, John Watkins Foster
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Applied and environmental microbiology
  • 1996 (First Publication: 1 September 1996)
  • Enterohemorrhagic strains of Escherichia coli must pass through the acidic gastric barrier to cause gastrointestinal disease. Taking into account the apparent low infectious dose of enterohemorrhagicExpand
  • Edward M. Green, Zhuang L. Boynton, L M Harris, F. B. Rudolph, Eleftherios T. Papoutsakis, George N. Bennett
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Microbiology
  • 1996 (First Publication: 1 August 1996)
  • Integrational plasmid technology has been used to disrupt metabolic pathways leading to acetate and butyrate formation in Clostridium acetobutylicum ATCC 824. Non-replicative plasmid constructs,Expand
  • Ailen M. Sanchez, George N. Bennett, Ka-Yiu San
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Metabolic engineering
  • 2005 (First Publication: 1 May 2005)
  • A novel in vivo method of producing succinate has been developed. A genetically engineered Escherichia coli strain has been constructed to meet the NADH requirement and carbon demand to produce highExpand
  • Irene Toro Martinez, Jiangfeng Zhu, Henry K. Lin, George N. Bennett, Ka-Yiu San
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Metabolic engineering
  • 2008 (First Publication: 1 November 2008)
  • Reactions requiring reducing equivalents, NAD(P)H, are of enormous importance for the synthesis of industrially valuable compounds such as carotenoids, polymers, antibiotics and chiral alcohols amongExpand
  • Henry K. Lin, George N. Bennett, Ka-Yiu San
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Metabolic engineering
  • 2005 (First Publication: 1 March 2005)
  • The potential to produce succinate aerobically in Escherichia coli would offer great advantages over anaerobic fermentation in terms of faster biomass generation, carbon throughput, and productExpand