Physiology, regulation, and limits of the synthesis of poly(3HB).

@article{Babel2001PhysiologyRA,
  title={Physiology, regulation, and limits of the synthesis of poly(3HB).},
  author={W Babel and J urgen Ackermann and Uwe Breuer},
  journal={Advances in biochemical engineering/biotechnology},
  year={2001},
  volume={71},
  pages={125-57}
}
The properties of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) combined with the fact that it can be produced easily by numerous prokaryotes from renewable resources and even from potentially toxic waste products using well-known fermentation processes have generated keen interest in this biopolyester as a substitute for chemo-synthetic petroleum-derived polymers in many applications. However, the high price of poly(3HB) compared with the conventional synthetic materials currently in use has restricted its… CONTINUE READING

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