Industrial biotechnology ofPseudomonas putida: advances and prospects

Weimer, Anna; Kohlstedt, Michael; Volke, Daniel C.; Nikel, Pablo I.; Wittmann, Christoph ✉

English Scientific Survey paper (Journal Article)
Published: APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 0175-7598 1432-0614 104 (18) pp. 7745-7766 2020
  • SJR Scopus - Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology: Q1
    Pseudomonas putidais a Gram-negative, rod-shaped bacterium that can be encountered in diverse ecological habitats. This ubiquity is traced to its remarkably versatile metabolism, adapted to withstand physicochemical stress, and the capacity to thrive in harsh environments. Owing to these characteristics, there is a growing interest in this microbe for industrial use, and the corresponding research has made rapid progress in recent years. Hereby, strong drivers are the exploitation of cheap renewable feedstocks and waste streams to produce value-added chemicals and the steady progress in genetic strain engineering and systems biology understanding of this bacterium. Here, we summarize the recent advances and prospects in genetic engineering, systems and synthetic biology, and applications ofP. putidaas a cell factory.
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