Subtoxic product levels limit the epoxidation capacity of recombinant *E. coli* by increasing microbial energy demands

Kuhn D, Fritzsch FSO, Zhang X, Wendisch VF, Blank LM, Bühler B, Schmid A (2013)
Journal of Biotechnology 163(2): 194-203.

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Kuhn D, Fritzsch FSO, Zhang X, et al. Subtoxic product levels limit the epoxidation capacity of recombinant *E. coli* by increasing microbial energy demands. Journal of Biotechnology. 2013;163(2):194-203.
Kuhn, D., Fritzsch, F. S. O., Zhang, X., Wendisch, V. F., Blank, L. M., Bühler, B., & Schmid, A. (2013). Subtoxic product levels limit the epoxidation capacity of recombinant *E. coli* by increasing microbial energy demands. Journal of Biotechnology, 163(2), 194-203.
Kuhn, D., Fritzsch, F. S. O., Zhang, X., Wendisch, V. F., Blank, L. M., Bühler, B., and Schmid, A. (2013). Subtoxic product levels limit the epoxidation capacity of recombinant *E. coli* by increasing microbial energy demands. Journal of Biotechnology 163, 194-203.
Kuhn, D., et al., 2013. Subtoxic product levels limit the epoxidation capacity of recombinant *E. coli* by increasing microbial energy demands. Journal of Biotechnology, 163(2), p 194-203.
D. Kuhn, et al., “Subtoxic product levels limit the epoxidation capacity of recombinant *E. coli* by increasing microbial energy demands”, Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 163, 2013, pp. 194-203.
Kuhn, D., Fritzsch, F.S.O., Zhang, X., Wendisch, V.F., Blank, L.M., Bühler, B., Schmid, A.: Subtoxic product levels limit the epoxidation capacity of recombinant *E. coli* by increasing microbial energy demands. Journal of Biotechnology. 163, 194-203 (2013).
Kuhn, Daniel, Fritzsch, Frederik S.O., Zhang, Xiumei, Wendisch, Volker F., Blank, Lars M., Bühler, Bruno, and Schmid, Andreas. “Subtoxic product levels limit the epoxidation capacity of recombinant *E. coli* by increasing microbial energy demands”. Journal of Biotechnology 163.2 (2013): 194-203.
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