Developing Bacillus spp. as a cell factory for production of microbial enzymes and industrially important biochemicals in the context of systems and synthetic biology

@article{Liu2013DevelopingBS,
  title={Developing Bacillus spp. as a cell factory for production of microbial enzymes and industrially important biochemicals in the context of systems and synthetic biology},
  author={Long Liu and Yanfeng Liu and Hyun-dong Shin and Rachel Chen and Nam Sun Wang and Jianghua Li and Guocheng Du and Jian Chen},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={97},
  pages={6113-6127}
}
Increasing concerns over limited petroleum resources and associated environmental problems are motivating the development of efficient cell factories to produce chemicals, fuels, and materials from renewable resources in an environmentally sustainable economical manner. Bacillus spp., the best characterized Gram-positive bacteria, possesses unique advantages as a host for producing microbial enzymes and industrially important biochemicals. With appropriate modifications to heterologous protein… Expand

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