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Biomass to transform the chemical industry

Lidén, Gunnar LU (2016) In Australasian Biotechnology 26(3). p.64-65
Abstract

The advances that have been made in metabolic engineering of various host organisms today enables a growing number of chemical compounds to be produced from sugars, rather than petroleum. Some of these products, such as propanediol, and lactic and succinic acid, are reaching commercial-scale production.

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