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ADH is largely expressed in its active form
growth rate constants of Methylobacterium extorquens wild-type and mutant strains grown with ethanol as the carbon source
the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol; the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol
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the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol; the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol; the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol; the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol; the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol; the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol; the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol; the MSU10 strain shows higher acetic acid productivity in a medium containing 6% ethanol at 37°C than strain SKU1108, while strain SKU1108 strain can accumulate more acetic acid in a medium supplemented with 4-5% ethanol at the same temperature. The fermentation ability at 37°C of these thermotolerant strains is superior to that of mesophilic strain IFO3191 having weak growth and very delayed acetic acid production at 37°C even at 4% ethanol
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