Metabolic Profile of the Cellulolytic Industrial Actinomycete Thermobifida fusca
AbstractActinomycetes have a long history of being the source of numerous valuable natural products and medicinals. To expedite product discovery and optimization of biochemical production, high-throughput technologies can now be used to screen the library of compounds present (or produced) at a given time in an organism. This not only facilitates chemical product screening, but also provides a comprehensive methodology to the study cellular metabolic networks to inform cellular engineering. Here, we present some of the first metabolomic data of the industrial cellulolytic actinomycete Thermobifida fusca generated using LC-MS/MS. The underlying objective of conducting global metabolite profiling was to gain better insight on the innate capabilities of T. fusca, with a long-term goal of facilitating T. fusca-based bioprocesses. The T. fusca metabolome was characterized for growth on two cellulose-relevant carbon sources, cellobiose and Avicel. Furthermore, the comprehensive list of measured metabolites was computationally integrated into a metabolic model of T. fusca, to study metabolic shifts in the network flux associated with carbohydrate and amino acid metabolism. View Full-Text
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Vanee, N.; Brooks, J.P.; Fong, S.S. Metabolic Profile of the Cellulolytic Industrial Actinomycete Thermobifida fusca. Metabolites 2017, 7, 57.
Vanee N, Brooks JP, Fong SS. Metabolic Profile of the Cellulolytic Industrial Actinomycete Thermobifida fusca. Metabolites. 2017; 7(4):57.Chicago/Turabian Style
Vanee, Niti; Brooks, J. P.; Fong, Stephen S. 2017. "Metabolic Profile of the Cellulolytic Industrial Actinomycete Thermobifida fusca." Metabolites 7, no. 4: 57.
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