Figure 4.

Inactivation of putative xylR CAC2613 in ATCC 824 leaded to faster xylose utilization in C. acetobutylicum. A: location of CAC2613 in C. acetobutylicum and xylR in different organisms; B: Alignment of CAC2613 and xylR in different organisms; C: CAC2613 inactivation in ATCC 824 using Targetron system; D: Accurate pH-controlled fermentation profile of mutant strain versus wild type in 6% xylose contained P2 medium.

Hu et al. BMC Genomics 2011 12:93   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-93
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