Process for the fermentative preparation of organic chemical compounds using coryneform bacteria in which the SugR gene is present in attenuated form

Bathe B, Blombach B, Eikmanns B, Engels V, Thierbach G, Wendisch VF (13.03.2012) .

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US8133714 B2
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C12N1/21, C12P13/08, C07H21/00, C07K14/00, C12P13/04, C12N15/00, C12P13/06
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Bathe B, Blombach B, Eikmanns B, Engels V, Thierbach G, Wendisch VF. Process for the fermentative preparation of organic chemical compounds using coryneform bacteria in which the SugR gene is present in attenuated form. 13.03.2012.
Bathe, B., Blombach, B., Eikmanns, B., Engels, V., Thierbach, G., & Wendisch, V. F. (13.03.2012). Process for the fermentative preparation of organic chemical compounds using coryneform bacteria in which the SugR gene is present in attenuated form
Bathe, B., Blombach, B., Eikmanns, B., Engels, V., Thierbach, G., and Wendisch, V. F. 13.03.2012 Process for the fermentative preparation of organic chemical compounds using coryneform bacteria in which the SugR gene is present in attenuated form.
Bathe, B., et al., 13.03.2012 Process for the fermentative preparation of organic chemical compounds using coryneform bacteria in which the SugR gene is present in attenuated form.
B. Bathe, et al., “Process for the fermentative preparation of organic chemical compounds using coryneform bacteria in which the SugR gene is present in attenuated form”, 13.03.2012.
Bathe, B., Blombach, B., Eikmanns, B., Engels, V., Thierbach, G., Wendisch, V.F.: Process for the fermentative preparation of organic chemical compounds using coryneform bacteria in which the SugR gene is present in attenuated form. 13.03.2012.
Bathe, Brigitte, Blombach, Bastion, Eikmanns, Bernhard, Engels, Verena, Thierbach, Georg, and Wendisch, Volker F. “Process for the fermentative preparation of organic chemical compounds using coryneform bacteria in which the SugR gene is present in attenuated form”. (13.03.2012).
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