Enhancing L-Arabinose Assimilation by Saccharomyces cerevisiae Using Combinatorial Pathways and Regulon Engineering

Hart, Taylor K.


  • Extending the substrate range of Saccharomyces cerevisiae has been an area of interest since the conception of metabolic engineering due to the ease with which this yeast can be genetically manipulated. Although its preferred substrate is glucose, extensive work has been previously carried out in order to allow S. cerevisiae to process lactose, L-malate, melibiose, D-xylose, cellobiose, and ... read more
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