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Record number 2249732
Title Exploration of microbial systems as biocatalysts for conversion of synthesis gas to bio-based chemicals
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Martijn Diender
Title-variation: Exploration of microbial systems as biocatalysts for conversion of syngas to bio-based chemicals
Author(s) Diender, Martijn (dissertant)
Publisher Wageningen : Wageningen University
Publication year 2019
Description 204 pages figures, diagrams
Description 1 online resource (PDF, 204 pages) figures, diagrams
Notes Titel on cover: Exploration of microbial systems as biocatalysts for conversion of syngas to bio-based chemicalsshow all notes
Includes bibliographical references. - With summaries in English and Dutch
ISBN 9789463433914; 9463433910
Tutors Stams, Prof. dr. A.J.M. ; Machado de Sousa, Dr. D.Z.
Graduation date 2019-02-08
Dissertation no. 7151
Author abstract show abstract

Synthesis gas (syngas) fermentation is a process capable of processing a gaseous substrate via fermentation into commodity chemicals and fuels. Gas (mainly consisting of hydrogen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide) fed to the fermentation process can be obtained from a wide variety of sources, including off-gases from industry, gasification of solid carbon wastes (e.g. municipal waste, lignocellulosic biomass) or gas derived from electrochemical reduction/physicochemical reduction processes.

Current limitations of the fermentation process are the relatively poorly understood physiology and genetics of the biocatalysts involved. Therefore the work described in this thesis aimed at unravelling of the syngas metabolism of acetogenic and methanogenic strains, with main focus on carbon monoxide metabolism. In addition, the application of synthetic co-cultures for syngas fermentation was explored in order to assess if such cultivation approach could lead to broadening of the syngas fermentation product spectrum. In addition to co-cultivation proof-of-concept studies for application, new fundamental insights on the metabolism of the involved biocatalysts were obtained.

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Publication type PhD thesis
Language English
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