Development of genetic engineering tools for the cyanobacterium Synechocystis PCC 6803 for advanced biofuel production

March 1, 2014

Cyanobacteria hold significant potential as platforms for the production of a 
wide variety of high-value products and biofuel molecules such as biohydrogen, isoprenoids 
and alkanes. Currently, the genome sequences of over 120 cyanobacterial species are 
publicly available, and techniques for the genetic manipulation of a few species are well 
established. However, more advanced metabolic engineering technologies are required for 
high-throughput production/evaluation of modified strains with improved biofuel …

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