Genome sequencing

Genome sequencing and systems biology analysis of a lipase-producing bacterial strain

N. Li, Li, D. D., Zhang, Y. Z., Yuan, Y. Z., Geng, H., Xiong, L., Liu, D. L., Li, N., Li, D. D., Zhang, Y. Z., Yuan, Y. Z., Geng, H., Xiong, L., Liu, D. L., Li, N., Li, D. D., Zhang, Y. Z., Yuan, Y. Z., Geng, H., Xiong, L., and Liu, D. L., Genome sequencing and systems biology analysis of a lipase-producing bacterial strain, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Lipase-producing bacteria are naturally-occurring, industrially-relevant microorganisms that produce lipases, which can be used to synthesize biodiesel from waste oils. The efficiency of lipase expression varies between various microbial strains. Therefore, strains that can produce lipases with high efficiency must be screened, and the conditions of lipase metabolism and optimization of the production process in a given environment must be thoroughly studied.

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