Chemistry: molecular biology and microbiology – Micro-organism – per se ; compositions thereof; proces of... – Bacteria or actinomycetales; media therefor
4353201, 536 232, C12N 121, C12N 1552, C12N 1570
The gene responsible for the capability of E. coli to assimilate acetic acid has been isolated and characterized. Transforming bacteria with this gene enhances the bacteria's ability to assimilate acetic acid and results in a bacteria having improved growth characteristics, particularly on culture media containing glucose as a nutrient.
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Ajinomoto Co. Inc.
Hodges Robert A.
Schwartz Richard A.
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