Synthetic Escherichia coli consortia engineered for syntrophy demonstrate enhanced biomass productivity.

@article{Bernstein2012SyntheticEC,
  title={Synthetic Escherichia coli consortia engineered for syntrophy demonstrate enhanced biomass productivity.},
  author={Hans C. Bernstein and Steven D. Paulson and Ross P. Carlson},
  journal={Journal of biotechnology},
  year={2012},
  volume={157 1},
  pages={
          159-66
        }
}
  • Hans C. Bernstein, Steven D. Paulson, Ross P. Carlson
  • Published in Journal of biotechnology 2012
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Synthetic Escherichia coli consortia engineered for syntrophy demonstrated enhanced biomass productivity relative to monocultures. Binary consortia were designed to mimic a ubiquitous, naturally occurring ecological template of primary productivity supported by secondary consumption. The synthetic consortia replicated this evolution-proven strategy by combining a glucose positive E. coli strain, which served as the system's primary producer, with a glucose negative E. coli strain which consumed… CONTINUE READING

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