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Microbial production : from genome design to cell engineering

Author: Hideharu Anazawa; Sakayu Shimizu
Publisher: Tokyo : Springer, [2014] ©2014
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In this book the reader will find an introduction and review of recent research and development of the technology for bio-production of manufacturing microorganisms, a field in which Japan leads the world. Presented here are novel concepts and technology for breeding fermentation strains as well as the analytical methodology for gene function and genome design of producer strains. Successful results are shown in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Microbial production : from genome design to cell engineering.
Tokyo, Japan ;Heidelberg, [Germany] : Springer, c2014
ix, 306 pages
2013956366
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hideharu Anazawa; Sakayu Shimizu
ISBN: 9784431546078 4431546073 4431546065 9784431546061
OCLC Number: 871178948
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations
Contents: Preface --
Part1: Minimum Genome Factory --
Chapter1Creation of novel technology for extracellular protein production towards the development of Bacillus subtilis genome factories --
Chapter2 Minimum genome factories in Schizosaccharomyces pombe --
Chapter3 Minimum genome Factrotry of E. coli --
Part 2: Whole Genome Manipulation for Genome Design --
Chapetr4 Efficient and accurate production of de novo designed gene clusters of large size by a novel Bacillus subtilis based BGM system --
Chapter5 Development and application of novel genome technology in Saccharomyces cerevisiae --
Chapter6 Genome design of Actinomycetes for secondary metabolism --
Part 3: Application of Omics Information and Construction of Mutant Libraries --
Chapter7 Application methodology of whole omics information --
Chapter8 Application of Genomics in molecular breeding of the koji molds Aspergillus oryzae and Aspergillus sojae --
Chapter9 Comprehensive libraries of Escherichia coli K-12 and their application --
Chapter10 Insights into metabolism and the galactose recognition system from microarray analysis in the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe --
Part 4: Applications of Advanced Technologies for Production --
Chapter11 Multi-enzymatic systems for the production of chemical compounds --
Chapter12 Use of organic solvent tolerant microorganisms in bioconversion --
Chapter13 Approaches for improving protein production by cell surface engineering --
Chapter14 Strategies for increasing the production level of heterologous proteins in Aspergillus oryzae --
Chapter15 Overproduction of L- Glutamate in Corynebacterium glutamicum --
Part 5: Pharmaceuticals --
Chapter16 Microbial hormones as a master switch for secondary metabolism in Streptomyces --
Chapter17 Enzymatic production of designed peptide --
Part 6: Functional Foods --
Chapter18 Microbial production of functional polyunsaturated fatty acids and their derivatives --
Chapter19 Enzymatic production of Oligosaccharides --
Part 7: Cosmetics --
Chapter20 Cosmetic Ingredients Fermented by Lactic Acid Bacteria --
Chapter21 Structure of tyrosinase and its inhibitor from sake lees --
Part 8: Energy and Chemicals --
Chapter22 Towards realization of new biorefinery industries using Corynebacterium glutamicum --
Chapter23 Hydrogen Production Using Photosynthetic Bacteria --
Chapter24 Production of biofuels and useful materials by anaerobic organisms in ecosystem of methane fermentation.
Responsibility: Hideharu Anazawa, Sakayu Shimizu, editors.

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