Level of enzymes involved in acetate, butyrate, acetone and butanol formation by Clostridium acetobutylicum

@article{Andersch2004LevelOE,
  title={Level of enzymes involved in acetate, butyrate, acetone and butanol formation by Clostridium acetobutylicum},
  author={W. Andersch and H. Bahl and G. Gottschalk},
  journal={European journal of applied microbiology and biotechnology},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={327-332}
}
  • W. Andersch, H. Bahl, G. Gottschalk
  • Published 2004
  • Chemistry
  • European journal of applied microbiology and biotechnology
  • SummaryClostridium acetobutylicum cells were collected from chemostats which were run at pH 4.3 or 6.0 and which produced either acetone-butanol or acetate-butyrate; they were used to determine the level of enzymes involved either in solvent or in acid formation. The highest activity of phosphotransacetylase, phosphotransbutyrylase, acetate kinase, and butyrate kinase was found in cells which carried out an acetate-butyrate fermentation; these enzymes were present in solvent-producing cells at… CONTINUE READING
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