Microbial Engineering of Microorganisms for Biofuels and Chemicals II

Wednesday, November 10, 2010: 12:30 PM
251 D Room (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Description:
This session will emphasize metabolic engineering of microorganisms for the conversion of renewable feedstocks to biofuels and chemicals. Emphasis will be given to novel molecular strategies and novel products.


Sponsor:
Sustainable Biorefineries
Co-Sponsor(s):
Bioengineering (15c), Research and New Technology Committee (18j)


Chair:
Rakesh Bajpai
Email: bajpair@louisiana.edu

Co-Chair:
Kristala Jones Prather
Email: kljp@mit.edu





1:20 PM
(474c) Metabolic Engineering of E.Coli for Increased Production of Novel Fatty Acids
Paul Handke, Sean A. Lynch, Joseph R. Warner and Ryan T. Gill


1:45 PM
(474d) Engineering of Oleaginous Escherichia Coli for Hydrocarbon Production
Fengming Lin, Yu Chen, Ying-jin Yuan and Xiaoxia (Nina) Lin


2:10 PM
(474e) Increasing Product Tolerance through Metabolic Engineering: Short-Chain Fatty Acids
Liam A. Royce, Matthew Stebbins, Maria Rodriguez-Moya, Erin Boggess, Julie Dickerson, Ramon Gonzalez and Laura Jarboe


2:35 PM
(474f) Microbial Production of High Value-Added Chiral Hydroxyacids
Hsien-Chung Tseng, Catey L. Harwell and Kristala L. J. Prather
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