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Fungal lysis by a soil bacterium fermenting cellulose.
Recycling of plant biomass by a community of bacteria and fungi is fundamental to carbon flow in terrestrial ecosystems. Here we report how the plant fermenting, soil bacterium ClostridiumExpand
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Evolution of a Biomass-Fermenting Bacterium To Resist Lignin Phenolics
ABSTRACT Increasing the resistance of plant-fermenting bacteria to lignocellulosic inhibitors is useful to understand microbial adaptation and to develop candidate strains for consolidatedExpand
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A Targetron-Recombinase System for Large-Scale Genome Engineering of Clostridia
Clostridia are anaerobic bacteria with important roles in intestinal and soil microbiomes. The inability to experimentally modify the genomes of clostridia has limited their study and application inExpand
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Physiology, Genomics, and Pathway Engineering of an Ethanol-Tolerant Strain of Clostridium phytofermentans
ABSTRACT Novel processing strategies for hydrolysis and fermentation of lignocellulosic biomass in a single reactor offer large potential cost savings for production of biocommodities and biofuels.Expand
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ABC transporters required for hexose uptake by Clostridium phytofermentans.
The mechanisms by which bacteria uptake solutes across the cell membrane broadly impact their cellular energetics. Here, we use functional genomic, genetic, and biophysical approaches to reveal howExpand
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Biologie de synthèse et société : le point de vue d’étudiants participant à la compétition iGEM : Vision d’un scientifique
Tristan Cerisy Selon Simon Munnery, le génie génétique n’est pas réellement une ingénierie. Les travaux des pionniers ont consisté à jeter des pierres dans l’eau et à déclarer, s’ils parvenaient àExpand
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Rational and evolution-based engineering of Clostridium phytofermentans
Le but de la recherche menee dans le cadre de cette these est de developper et d’appliquer de nouveaux outils de modifications chromosomiques ciblees et d’evolution dirigee in vivo chez ClostridiumExpand