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Towards bioproduction of poly-α-olefins from lignocellulose

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Towards bioproduction of poly-α-olefins from lignocellulose. / Salmela, Milla; Lehtinen, Tapio; Efimova, Elena; Santala, Suvi; Santala, Ville.

julkaisussa: Green Chemistry, Vuosikerta 22, Nro 15, 2020, s. 5067-5076.

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Salmela, M, Lehtinen, T, Efimova, E, Santala, S & Santala, V 2020, 'Towards bioproduction of poly-α-olefins from lignocellulose', Green Chemistry, Vuosikerta. 22, Nro 15, Sivut 5067-5076. https://doi.org/10.1039/d0gc01617a

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Salmela, Milla ; Lehtinen, Tapio ; Efimova, Elena ; Santala, Suvi ; Santala, Ville. / Towards bioproduction of poly-α-olefins from lignocellulose. Julkaisussa: Green Chemistry. 2020 ; Vuosikerta 22, Nro 15. Sivut 5067-5076.

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abstract = "Bioprocesses involving more than one species can alleviate restrictions posed by limited substrate range of single species. Coupled, multistage cultures can be useful when heterogeneous substrates, such as lignocellulosic biomass, are exploited. Here, microbial production of α-olefins (C11) from lignocellulosic substrates, namely cellulose and technical lignin, was investigated. A two-stage culture with cellulose fermentation to organic acids by Clostridium cellulolyticum and subsequent upgrading of the organic acids to 1-undecene by engineered Acinetobacter baylyi ADP1 was established. As a result, A. baylyi ADP1 synthesised 107 μg L-1 of 1-undecene from cellulose. Additionally, ligninolytic effects by A. baylyi ADP1 on softwood were confirmed and downstream processing for continuous 1-undecene collection was introduced. In addition, the synthesis of poly-α-olefin trimers (C33) by the oligomerization of 1-undecene was demonstrated. This study demonstrates the potential of integrated multistage processes in treating challenging substrates.",
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AU - Salmela, Milla

AU - Lehtinen, Tapio

AU - Efimova, Elena

AU - Santala, Suvi

AU - Santala, Ville

PY - 2020

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N2 - Bioprocesses involving more than one species can alleviate restrictions posed by limited substrate range of single species. Coupled, multistage cultures can be useful when heterogeneous substrates, such as lignocellulosic biomass, are exploited. Here, microbial production of α-olefins (C11) from lignocellulosic substrates, namely cellulose and technical lignin, was investigated. A two-stage culture with cellulose fermentation to organic acids by Clostridium cellulolyticum and subsequent upgrading of the organic acids to 1-undecene by engineered Acinetobacter baylyi ADP1 was established. As a result, A. baylyi ADP1 synthesised 107 μg L-1 of 1-undecene from cellulose. Additionally, ligninolytic effects by A. baylyi ADP1 on softwood were confirmed and downstream processing for continuous 1-undecene collection was introduced. In addition, the synthesis of poly-α-olefin trimers (C33) by the oligomerization of 1-undecene was demonstrated. This study demonstrates the potential of integrated multistage processes in treating challenging substrates.

AB - Bioprocesses involving more than one species can alleviate restrictions posed by limited substrate range of single species. Coupled, multistage cultures can be useful when heterogeneous substrates, such as lignocellulosic biomass, are exploited. Here, microbial production of α-olefins (C11) from lignocellulosic substrates, namely cellulose and technical lignin, was investigated. A two-stage culture with cellulose fermentation to organic acids by Clostridium cellulolyticum and subsequent upgrading of the organic acids to 1-undecene by engineered Acinetobacter baylyi ADP1 was established. As a result, A. baylyi ADP1 synthesised 107 μg L-1 of 1-undecene from cellulose. Additionally, ligninolytic effects by A. baylyi ADP1 on softwood were confirmed and downstream processing for continuous 1-undecene collection was introduced. In addition, the synthesis of poly-α-olefin trimers (C33) by the oligomerization of 1-undecene was demonstrated. This study demonstrates the potential of integrated multistage processes in treating challenging substrates.

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