Direct interspecies electron transfer accelerates syntrophic oxidation of butyrate in paddy soil enrichments.

@article{Li2015DirectIE,
  title={Direct interspecies electron transfer accelerates syntrophic oxidation of butyrate in paddy soil enrichments.},
  author={Huijuan Li and Jiali Chang and Pengfei Liu and Li Fu and Dewen Ding and Yahai Lu},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 5},
  pages={1533-47}
}
Syntrophic interaction occurs during anaerobic fermentation of organic substances forming methane as the final product. H2 and formate are known to serve as the electron carriers in this process. Recently, it has been shown that direct interspecies electron transfer (DIET) occurs for syntrophic CH4 production from ethanol and acetate. Here, we constructed paddy soil enrichments to determine the involvement of DIET in syntrophic butyrate oxidation and CH4 production. The results showed that CH4… CONTINUE READING
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