Recent progress in development of synthetic biology platforms and metabolic engineering of Corynebacterium glutamicum
- Recent progress in development of synthetic biology platforms and metabolic engineering of Corynebacterium glutamicum
- 우한민; 박진병
- Corynebacterium glutamicum; synthetic biology; metabolic engineering; industiral host
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- Journal of biotechnology
- VOL 180, 43-51
- The paradigm of synthetic biology has been evolving, along with relevant engineering, to achieve designedbio-systems. Synthetic biology has reached the point where it is possible to develop microbial strainsto produce desired chemicals. Recent advances in this field have promoted metabolic engineering ofCorynebacterium glutamicum as an amino-acid producer for use in intelligent microbial-cell factories.Here, we review recent advances that address C. glutamicum as a potential model organism for syntheticbiology, and evaluate their industrial applications. Finally, we highlight the perspective of developingC. glutamicum as a step toward advanced microbial-cell factories that could produce valuable chemicalsfrom renewable resources.
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