Acetogenic Bacteria

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Acetogenic Bacteria

Anaerobic bacteria which convert CO2 in sugars into acetate using hydrogen as a source of energy.
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Catabolic pathway for the production of skatole and indoleacetic acid by the acetogen clostridium drakei, Clostridium scatologenes, and swine manure.
Godwin says he's not sure what all of the microbes do, but he was heartened to find the acetogen Blautia coccoides.
But it will probably be many years before methods of promoting acetogen activity are commercially available.
Canada) and Vallen Acetogen Safety Chile, operate from some 162 locations, including 69 on site/just in time locations.
Earlier this month, ZeaChem announced its 10,000 times scale-up fermentation results, which successfully demonstrated the commercial scalability of the company's front-end fermentation process using an acetogen, a naturally occurring organism.
Methanogen colonisation does not significantly alter acetogen diversity in lambs isolated 17 h after birth and raised aseptically.
Our process, using naturally-occurring acetogen bacteria and existing processes, exceeds the commercially viable threshold for fermentation.
The front-end fermentation unit scales up production of the naturally occurring bacteria, called an acetogen, which ZeaChem uses in its fermentation process.
He was President of Nutri-Sol Chemical Company, Marine Insulation Company, Corban Industries and Acetogen Gas Company of Florida.