Microbial Production of Propanol


Microbial Production of Propanol

Mehmet Gülcan, Fulya Gülbağça, Kubra Sevval Cevik, Remziye Kartop, Fatih Şen

Propanol can be present in two forms, 1-propanol and 2-propanol, and can be used as biofuel. Especially, the reduction of fossil resources required for renewable energy has paid attention for the inorganic synthesis of propanol. In this regard, the microbial production of propanol is very important. This chapter examines the latest developments in microbial production of propanol. Normally, various synthesis ways of propanol have been developed. However, it has been indicated that the optimization of fermentation conditions has enhanced the prevention of toxic propanol accumulation. For this reason, the low cost and high-efficiency propanol production with the help of biosynthetic pathways from microorganisms is one of the major challenges in microbial fuel cells.

Biofuel Cells, Enzymes, Graphene Composites, Bioenergy, Propanol

Published online 2/21/2019, 19 pages

Citation: Mehmet Gülcan, Fulya Gülbağça, Kubra Sevval Cevik, Remziye Kartop, Fatih Şen, Microbial Production of Propanol, Materials Research Foundations, Vol. 46, pp 335-353, 2019

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21741/9781644900116-13

Part of the book on Microbial Fuel Cells

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