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J-GLOBAL ID:201702243896145765   Reference number:17A0402600

Increased incorporation of gaseous CO2 into succinate by Escherichia coli overexpressing carbonic anhydrase and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase genes

Escherichia coliを過剰発現している炭酸脱水酵素とホスホエノールピルビン酸カルボキシラーゼ遺伝子によるこはく酸中へのガス状CO_2の取込増加【Powered by NICT】
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Volume: 241  Page: 101-107  Publication year: 2017
JST Material Number: A0456C  ISSN: 0168-1656  Document type: Article
Article type: 原著論文  Country of issue: Netherlands (NLD)  Language: ENGLISH (EN)
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