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    Rising global energy demands and climate crisis has created an unprecedented need for the bio-based circular economy to ensure sustainable development with the minimized carbon footprint. Along with conventional biofuels such as ethanol, microbes can be used to produce advanced biofuels which are equivalent to traditional fuels in their energy efficiencies and are compatible with already established infrastructure and hence can be directly blended in higher proportions without overhauling of the pre-existing setup. Metabolic engineering is at the frontiers to develop microbial chassis for biofuel bio-foundries to meet the industrial needs for clean energy. This review does a thorough inquiry of recent developments in metabolic engineering for increasing titers, rates, and yields (TRY) of biofuel production by engineered microorganisms. Copyright © 2022 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


    Swati Joshi, SukhDev Mishra. Recent advances in biofuel production through metabolic engineering. Bioresource technology. 2022 May;352:127037

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    PMID: 35318143

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