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Liao James C, Atsumi Shota, Smith Kevin M, Shen Roa Pu Claire, Cann Anthony F, Connor Michael R: Biofuel production by recombinant microorganisms. The Regents Of The University Of California, Liao James C, Atsumi Shota, Smith Kevin M, Shen Roa Pu Claire, Cann Anthony F, Connor Michael R, BAKER Joseph R Jr, August 14, 2008: WO/2008/098227 (18 worldwide citation)

Provided herein are metabolically-modif ied microorganisms useful for producing biofuels. More specifically, provided herein are methods of producing high alcohols including isobutanol, 1-butanol, 1-propanol, 2-methyl-l-butanol, 3- methyl-1-butanol and 2-phenylethanol from a suitable substrate.


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LIAO JAMES C: Conversion of co2 to higher alcohols using photosysnthetic microorganisms. THE REGENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Baker Joseph R, June 24, 2010: WO/2010/071851 (3 worldwide citation)

Provided herein are metabolically-modif ied microorganisms useful for producing biofuels. More specifically, provided herein are methods of producing high alcohols including isobutanol, 1- butanol, 1-propanol, 2-methyl-l-butanol, 3-methyl-l-butanol and 2- phenylethanol from a suitable substrate.


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Liao James C, Atsumi Shota, Brynildsen Mark P, Cann Anthony F, Chou Katherine J, Shen Roa Pu Claire, Smith Kevin M, Hanai Taizo, Connor Michael R: Butanol production by recombinant microorganisms. The Regents Of The University Of California, Liao James C, Atsumi Shota, Brynildsen Mark P, Cann Anthony F, Chou Katherine J, Shen Roa Pu Claire, Smith Kevin M, Hanai Taizo, Connor Michael R, BAKER Joseph R Jr, October 16, 2008: WO/2008/124523 (2 worldwide citation)

Provided are microorganisms that catalyze the synthesis of biofuels from a suitable substrate such as glucose. Also provided are methods of generating such organisms and methods of synthesizing biofuels using such organisms. Provided are microorganisms comprising non-naturally occurring metabolic pa ...


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LIAO JAMES C: Electro-autotrophic synthesis of higher alcohols. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Baker Joseph R Jr, July 21, 2011: WO/2011/088425 (1 worldwide citation)

The disclosure provides a process that converts CO2 to higher alcohols (e.g. isobutanol) using electricity as the energy source. This process stores electricity (e.g. from solar energy, nuclear energy, and the like) in liquid fuels that can be used as high octane number gasoline substitutes. Instead ...


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LIAO JAMES C: Isobutanol production with corynebacterium glutamicum. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Baker Joseph R, May 12, 2011: WO/2011/057288 (1 worldwide citation)

Provided herein are metabolically-modif ied microorganisms useful for producing biofuels. More specifically, provided herein are methods of producing high alcohols including isobutanol, 1- butanol, 1-propanol, 2-methyl-l-butanol, 3-methyl-l-butanol and 2- phenylethanol from a suitable substrate.


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Liao James C: Engineering of metabolic control. Food Ind Res &Amp, Dev Inst, July 10, 2002: EP1220892-A1

The invention features a method of producing heterologous molecules in cells under the regulatory control of a metabolite and metabolic flux. The method can enhance the synthesis of heterologous polypeptides and metabolites.


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Liao James C: Engineering of metabolic control. Food Ind Res & Dev Inst, July 23, 2008: EP1947172-A2

The invention features a method of producing heterologous molecules in cells under the regulatory control of a metabolite and metabolic flux. The method can enhance the synthesis of heterologous polypeptides and metabolites.


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