Biotechnological potential of Rhodococcus biodegradative pathways
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- Biotechnological potential of Rhodococcus biodegradative pathways
- Other Titles
- 로도코커스 세균이 보유한 다양한 생분해경로의 생명공학적 잠재력
- Kim, Dockyu
Choi, Ki Young
Zylstra, Gerben J.
- Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology; Microbiology
- Rhodococcus; bacteria; biodegradation; catabolic enzyme; degradative pathway
- Issue Date
- Kim, Dockyu, et al. 2018. "Biotechnological potential of Rhodococcus biodegradative pathways". JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY, 28(7): 1037-1051.
- The genus Rhodococcus is a phylogenetically and catabolically diverse group that has been isolated from diverse environments, including polar and alpine regions, for its versatile ability to degrade a wide variety of natural and synthetic organic compounds. Their metabolic capacity and diversity result from their diverse catabolic genes, which are believed to be obtained through frequent recombination events mediated by large catabolic plasmids. Many rhodococci have been used commercially for the biodegradation of environmental pollutants and for the biocatalytic production of high value chemicals from low value materials. Recent studies of their physiology, metabolism, and genome have broadened our knowledge regarding the diverse biotechnological applications that exploit their catabolic enzymes and pathways.
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