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Blattner Frederick R, Posfai Gyorgy, Herring Christopher D, Plunkett Guy, Glasner Jeremy D, Twose Trevor Martin: Bacteria with reduced genome. Wisconsin Alumni Res Found, December 8, 2004: EP1483367-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a bacterium having a genome that is genetically engineered to be at least 2 to 14% smaller than the genome of its native parent strain. A bacterium with a smaller genome can produce a commercial product more efficiently. The present invention also provides methods for ...


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Blattner Frederick R, Posfai Gyorgy, Herring Christopher D, Plunkett Guy, Glasner Jeremy D, Twose Trevor Martin: Bacteria with reduced genome. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Blattner Frederick R, Posfai Gyorgy, Herring Christopher D, Plunkett Guy, Glasner Jeremy D, Twose Trevor Martin, SEAY Nicholas J, August 28, 2003: WO/2003/070880

The present invention provides a bacterium having a genome that is genetically engineered to be at least 2 to about 20% smaller than the genome of its native parent strain. A bacterium with a smaller genome can produce a commercial product more efficiently. The present invention also provides method ...


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Posfai Gyorgy, Herring Christopher D, Plunkett Guy, Glasner Jeremy D, Twose Trevor Martin, Blattner Frederick R: Bacteria with reduced genome. Wisconsin Alumni Res Found, zhou chengze, May 25, 2005: CN03802545

The present invention provides a bacterium having a genome that is genetically engineered to be at least 2 to about 20% smaller than the genome of its native parent strain. A bacterium with a smaller genome can produce a commercial product more efficiently. The present invention also provides method ...


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Blattner Frederick R, Posfai Gyorgy, Herring Christopher D, Plunkett Guy, Glasner Jeremy D, Twose Trevor Martin: Bacteria with reduced genome. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, September 6, 2004: KR1020047011334

The present invention provides a bacterium having a genome that is genetically engineered to be at least 2 to about 20% smaller than the genome of its native parent strain. A bacterium with a smaller genome can produce a commercial product more efficiently. The present invention also provides method ...


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