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Complete genome sequence of Lactobacillus buchneri NRRL B-30929, a novel strain from a commercial ethanol plant
- Lactobacillus buchneri strain NRRL B-30929 was a contaminant obtained from a commercial ethanol fermentation. This facultative anaerobe is unique because of its rapid growth on xylose and simultaneous fermentation of xylose and glucose. The strain utilizes a broad range of carbohydrate substrates and possesses a high tolerance to ethanol and other stresses, making it an attractive candidate for bioconversion of biomass substrates to various bioproducts. The genome sequence of NRRL B-30929 will provide insight into the unique properties of this lactic acid bacterium.
Liu, Siqing , Leathers, Timothy D. , Copeland, Alex , Chertkov, Olga , Goodwin, Lynne , Mills, David A.
Lactobacillus buchneri , strains , ethanol , fermentation , microbial growth , xylose , glucose , biomass , genome , microbial genetics , lactic acid
- Includes references
- Journal of bacteriology JB 2011 Aug., v. 193, no. 15
Journal Articles, USDA Authors, Peer-Reviewed
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