Bioconversion of Gelatin to Methane by a Coculture of Clostridium collagenovorans and Methanosarcina barkeri.

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A simple, stable, and transferable coculture of Clostridium collagenovorans and Methanosarcina barkeri that readily degraded gelatin into methane and carbon dioxide was developed. In monoculture, C. collagenovorans fermented all of the amino acids in gelatin except proline into acetate and carbon dioxide as the main products, with hydrogen, isovalerate, and… (More)

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