A new metabolic route for the fermentative production of 5-aminovalerate from glucose and alternative carbon sources

Jorge J, Perez F, Wendisch VF (2017)
Bioresource Technology 245(SI): 1701–1709.

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Jorge J, Perez F, Wendisch VF. A new metabolic route for the fermentative production of 5-aminovalerate from glucose and alternative carbon sources. Bioresource Technology. 2017;245(SI):1701–1709.
Jorge, J., Perez, F., & Wendisch, V. F. (2017). A new metabolic route for the fermentative production of 5-aminovalerate from glucose and alternative carbon sources. Bioresource Technology, 245(SI), 1701–1709. doi:10.1016/j.biortech.2017.04.108
Jorge, J., Perez, F., and Wendisch, V. F. (2017). A new metabolic route for the fermentative production of 5-aminovalerate from glucose and alternative carbon sources. Bioresource Technology 245, 1701–1709.
Jorge, J., Perez, F., & Wendisch, V.F., 2017. A new metabolic route for the fermentative production of 5-aminovalerate from glucose and alternative carbon sources. Bioresource Technology, 245(SI), p 1701–1709.
J. Jorge, F. Perez, and V.F. Wendisch, “A new metabolic route for the fermentative production of 5-aminovalerate from glucose and alternative carbon sources”, Bioresource Technology, vol. 245, 2017, pp. 1701–1709.
Jorge, J., Perez, F., Wendisch, V.F.: A new metabolic route for the fermentative production of 5-aminovalerate from glucose and alternative carbon sources. Bioresource Technology. 245, 1701–1709 (2017).
Jorge, João, Perez, Fernando, and Wendisch, Volker F. “A new metabolic route for the fermentative production of 5-aminovalerate from glucose and alternative carbon sources”. Bioresource Technology 245.SI (2017): 1701–1709.
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