Researchers develop bacterium to produce cheaper ethanol

09/9/2008 | Reuters

Scientists have genetically engineered a bacterium that is capable of fermenting cellulosic biomass to more efficiently generate ethanol. The ALK2 bacterium can ferment all the sugars in biomass even at high temperatures, minimizing the need for the costly enzyme cellulase, one of the scientists said.

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