Role of the glyoxylate pathway in acetic acid production by Acetobacter aceti.

@article{Sakurai2013RoleOT,
  title={Role of the glyoxylate pathway in acetic acid production by Acetobacter aceti.},
  author={Kenta Sakurai and Shoko Yamazaki and Masaharu Ishii and Yasuo Igarashi and Hiroyuki Arai},
  journal={Journal of bioscience and bioengineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={115 1},
  pages={32-6}
}
Wild-type Acetobacter aceti NBRC 14818 possesses genes encoding isocitrate lyase (aceA) and malate synthase (glcB), which constitute the glyoxylate pathway. In contrast, several acetic acid bacteria that are utilized for vinegar production lack these genes. Here, an aceA-glcB knockout mutant of NBRC 14818 was constructed and used for investigating the role of the glyoxylate pathway in acetate productivity. In medium containing ethanol as a carbon source, the mutant grew normally during ethanol… CONTINUE READING

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