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|Lignocellulosic Bio-Refinery Approach for Microbial 2,3-Butanediol Production
|Bio-refinery approach using agricultural and industrial waste material as feedstock is becoming a preferred area of interest in biotechnology in the current decades. The reasons for this trend are mainly because of the declining petroleum resources, greenhouse gas emission risks and fluctuating market price of crude oil. Most chemicals synthesized petro chemically can be produced using microbial biocatalysts. 2, 3-Butanediol (BDO) is such an important platform bulk chemical with numerous industrial applications including as a fuel additive. Although microbial production of BDO is well studied, strategies that could successfully upgrade the current lab-scale researches to an industrial level have to be developed. This review presents an overview of the recent trends and developments in the microbial production of BDO from different lignocellulose biomass.
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