Production of Cellulose and Profile Metabolites by Fermentation of Glycerol by Gluconacetobacter Xylinus

@inproceedings{Vidotto2018ProductionOC,
  title={Production of Cellulose and Profile Metabolites by Fermentation of Glycerol by Gluconacetobacter Xylinus},
  author={Francielle Lina Vidotto and Geovana Piveta Ribeiro and C{\'e}sar Augusto Tischer},
  year={2018}
}
Because of the widespread occurrence of cellulose in nature, many organisms use glycerol as a source of carbon and energy, so these organisms have drawn attention to the potential use of glycerol bioconversion. The bacteria Gluconacetobacter xylinus, a strictly aerobic strain that performing incomplete oxidation of various sugars and alcohols to cellulose biosynthesis. For this reason, we modify the Hestrim-Schram medium, associating glycerol, glucose and sucrose varying their concentration… CONTINUE READING

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