By Christoph Wittmann, James C. Liao, Sang Yup Lee, Jens Nielsen, Gregory Stephanopoulos
The most recent quantity within the complicated Biotechnology sequence presents an outline of the most product sessions and platform chemical compounds produced via biotechnological methods this day, with purposes within the nutrition, healthcare and high quality chemical industries. along the creation of substances and flavors in addition to amino acids, bio-based monomers and polymers and biofuels, easy insights also are given as to the biotechnological strategies yielding such items and the way large-scale construction will be enabled and improved.
Of curiosity to biotechnologists, bio and chemical engineers, in addition to these operating within the biotechnological, chemical, and nutrition industries.
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Rhaesa, Gabe M. Rubinstein, Israel M. Scott, Gina L. W. Adams, and Robert M. W. Chuang, and James C. Liao 16 Host Organisms: Algae 605 Elizabeth A. Specht, Prema S. Karunanithi, Javier A. Gimpel, William S. Ansari, and Stephen P. Mayﬁeld Part VI Eukaryotic Workhorses: Complex Cells Enable Complex Products 643 17 Host Organisms: Mammalian Cells 645 Jennifer Pﬁzenmaier and Ralf Takors 18 Industrial Microorganisms: Saccharomyces cerevisiae and other Yeasts 673 Diethard Mattanovich, Brigitte Gasser, Michael Egermeier, Hans Marx, and Michael Sauer 19 Industrial Microorganisms: Pichia pastoris 687 Diethard Mattanovich, Michael Sauer, and Brigitte Gasser Index 715 VII Contents to Volume 1 List of Contributors XVII About the Series Editors XXIX Preface XXXI Part I Industrial Biotechnology: From Pioneers to Visionary 1 History of Industrial Biotechnology 3 Arnold L.
Liao University of California Chemistry & Biochemistry 5531 Boelter Hall 420 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States Series Editors Sang Yup Lee KAIST 373-1 Guseong-Dong 291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu 305-701 Daejon South Korea Jens Nielsen Chalmers University Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering Kemivägen 10 412 96 Göteborg Sweden Gregory Stephanopoulos Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Chemical Engineering 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139 United States Cover credit: Artwork in the circle © fotoliaxrender All books published by Wiley-VCH are carefully produced.
Albus 497 Acknowledgments 499 References 499 Part V 495 Extending the Raw Material Basis for Bioproduction 505 14 Extreme Thermophiles as Metabolic Engineering Platforms: Strategies and Current Perspective 507 Andrew J. Loder, Benjamin M. Zeldes, Jonathan M. Conway, James A. Counts, Christopher T. Straub, Piyum A. Khatibi, Laura L. Lee, Nicholas P. Vitko, Matthew W. Keller, Amanda M. Rhaesa, Gabe M. Rubinstein, Israel M. Scott, Gina L. W. Adams, and Robert M. 9 Limitations and Barriers to Genetic Modiﬁcation of Extreme Thermophiles 521 Current Status of Metabolic Engineering Eﬀorts and Prospects in Extreme Thermophiles 523 Pyrococcus furiosus 523 Genetic Tools – P.
Industrial Biotechnology: Microorganisms by Christoph Wittmann, James C. Liao, Sang Yup Lee, Jens Nielsen, Gregory Stephanopoulos