Kluyveromyces marxianus developing ethanol tolerance during adaptive evolution with significant improvements of multiple pathways

@inproceedings{Mo2019KluyveromycesMD,
  title={Kluyveromyces marxianus developing ethanol tolerance during adaptive evolution with significant improvements of multiple pathways},
  author={Wenjuan Mo and Mengzhu Wang and Rongrong Zhan and Yao Yu and Yungang He and Hong Lu},
  booktitle={Biotechnology for Biofuels},
  year={2019}
}
BackgroundKluyveromyces marxianus, the known fastest-growing eukaryote on the earth, has remarkable thermotolerance and capacity to utilize various agricultural residues to produce low-cost bioethanol, and hence is industrially important to resolve the imminent energy shortage crisis. Currently, the poor ethanol tolerance hinders its operable application in the industry, and it is necessary to improve K. marxianus’ ethanol resistance and unravel the underlying systematical mechanisms. However… CONTINUE READING

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