Chasing bacterial chassis for metabolic engineering: a perspective review from classical to non‐traditional microorganisms

@inproceedings{Calero2019ChasingBC,
  title={Chasing bacterial chassis for metabolic engineering: a perspective review from classical to non‐traditional microorganisms},
  author={Patricia Su{\'a}rez Calero and Pablo I. Nikel},
  booktitle={Microbial biotechnology},
  year={2019}
}
The last few years have witnessed an unprecedented increase in the number of novel bacterial species that hold potential to be used for metabolic engineering. Historically, however, only a handful of bacteria have attained the acceptance and widespread use that are needed to fulfil the needs of industrial bioproduction - and only for the synthesis of very few, structurally simple compounds. One of the reasons for this unfortunate circumstance has been the dearth of tools for targeted genome… CONTINUE READING
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