Electrofermentation: Electricity-driven Production of Reduced Compound in Microbial Fermentation
- Electrofermentation: Electricity-driven Production of Reduced Compound in Microbial Fermentation
- 최옥경; 우한민; 엄영순
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- 2014년 추계생물공학회
- A cathodic electron donor changed microbial metabolism and led to the creation of valuable products of reduced chemicals with high yield and selectivity.
A small amount of electron uptake significantly induces NADH-consuming pathways over the stoichiometric contribution of the electrons as reducing equivalents.
Previously unknown electroactivity and metabolic shift tin he biochemical-producing heterotroph, opening up the possibility of efficient and enhanced production of electron-dense metabolites using electricity (electrofermentation).
Further study on the mechanism of direct electron transfer and elucidation of the metabolic regulation in BES will provide valuable information to open the next door toward efficient biofuel and biochemical production using sustainable electricity.
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