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“…Our finding of no significant differences in production of 1,3-PDO under unaerated and anaerobic conditions may be because lactic acid bacteria maintain anaerobic conditions inside the incubator due to their generation of CO 2 . In agreement, previous research reported that L. reuteri ATCC 55730 converted glycerol to 1,3-PDO more efficiently under unaerated and anaerobic conditions than under aerated conditions [11]. Geueke et al [34] reported that increased oxygen promotes the activity of NADH oxidase, which regenerates NAD + and results in low production of 1,3-PDO.…”
Section: Effect Of Aeration On 13-pdo Production In Glucoseglycerol supporting
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“…Our finding of no significant differences in production of 1,3-PDO under unaerated and anaerobic conditions may be because lactic acid bacteria maintain anaerobic conditions inside the incubator due to their generation of CO 2 . In agreement, previous research reported that L. reuteri ATCC 55730 converted glycerol to 1,3-PDO more efficiently under unaerated and anaerobic conditions than under aerated conditions [11]. Geueke et al [34] reported that increased oxygen promotes the activity of NADH oxidase, which regenerates NAD + and results in low production of 1,3-PDO.…”
Section: Effect Of Aeration On 13-pdo Production In Glucoseglycerol supporting
“…The highest reported production of 1,3-PDO was 92 g/L at 165 h by L. diolivorans DSM 14421 [18], although the productivity from this strain was only about 0.56 g/L/h. Jolly et al [11] reported a 1,3-PDO production of 65.3 g/L when L. reuteri ATCC 55730 was grown in glycerol, but the conversion yield was 0.80 g 1,3-PDO per g glycerol, and the productivity was only 0.47 g/L/h. Our strain produced 1,3-PDO of 68.32 g/L from fed-batch fermentation at 54 h, had a productivity of 1.27 g/L/h, and had a conversion yield near the theoretical maximum of 0.83 g 1,3-PDO per g glycerol.…”
Section: 3-pdo Production and Productivity Of Other Lactobacillus Smentioning
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“…The prokaryotic community composition of microbial consortium DL38 revealed that Enterobacteriaceae was the most abundant family. Common 1,3‐PD producing bacteria genera in nature include Klebsilla , Enterobacter , Citrobacter , Clostridium and Lactobacillus . Among them, the genera of Klebsiella , Enterobacter and Citrobacter all belong to Enterobacteriaceae .…”
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