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2010). Rude et al. (2011) showed that terminal alkenes could be produced from fatty acids by E. coli expressing a P450 fatty acid decarboxylase from Jeotgalicoccus. A polyketide synthase present in Synechococcus sp. , 2011). , 2010). LS9 has been exploiting engineered E. , 2012). Isoprenoid pathways have also been exploited for the production of terpene-based biofuels. Wang et al. (2011) engineered E. coli to produce α-farnesene (a triterpene, C15H24) using a codon-optimized α-farnesene synthase and an exogenous mevalonate (MVA) pathway.
2002). , 2002). More recently, the isobutanol-producing pathway was successfully cloned into cellulose-utilizing C. , 2011). Five genes responsible for converting pyruvate to isobutanol were cloned and heterologously expressed in C. cellulolyticum. 6 g/L) and productivity because of the metabolic burden and imbalance of heterologous enzymes in the host. , 2005). The primary objective of such development is to engineer a heterologous cellulase system that enables growth and fermentation on pretreated lignocellulose.
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