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Lactic Acid Bacteria as Cell Factories

Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering

A volume in Applied Biotechnology Reviews

Book2023

Edited by:

Didier Montet, Ramesh C. Ray, ... Spiros Paramithiotis

Lactic Acid Bacteria as Cell Factories

Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering

A volume in Applied Biotechnology Reviews

Book2023

 

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Edited by:

Didier Montet, Ramesh C. Ray, ... Spiros Paramithiotis

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Lactic Acid Bacteria as Cell Factories: Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering describes the most recent developments on the metabolic engineering and synthetic biology of Lac ... read full description

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    1 - LAB as cell factories: A synthetic biology approach for plasmid DNA and recombinant protein production

    Fernanda Alvarenga Lima Barroso, Luís Cláudio Lima de Jesus, ... Vasco Ariston de Carvalho Azevedo

    Pages 1-16

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    2 - Synthetic biology and metabolic engineering for improvement of lactic acid bacteria as cell factories

    Mohammad Towsif Hossain

    Pages 17-28

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    3 - Overview of traditional, emerging, and future applications of LAB and most important contributions of genome editing tools for food, feed, and pharmaceuticals

    Elsaadani Moez, Tarek Sahar, ... Didier Montet

    Pages 29-48

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    4 - Lactic acid bacteria in biorefineries

    Katarzyna Polanowska

    Pages 49-76

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    5 - Lactic acid microbial production and recovery: Review and recent advances in bioprocess integration

    Catherine Béal, Pedro Arana-Agudelo, ... Violaine Athès

    Pages 77-108

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    6 - Lactic acid bacteria for riboflavin production

    Spiros Paramithiotis and Chrysanthi Pateraki

    Pages 109-120

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    7 - Lactic acid bacterial cell factories for the production of gamma-aminobutyric acid

    Spiros Paramithiotis and Chrysanthi Pateraki

    Pages 121-152

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    8 - Use of exopolysaccharides from lactic acid bacteria to develop cereal-based food: Perspectives and challenges for Burkina Faso

    Fidèle Wend-Bénédo Tapsoba, Larissa Yacine Waré, ... Hagrétou Sawadogo-Lingani

    Pages 153-163

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    9 - Lactic acid bacteria for the generation of bioactive peptides

    Titilayo Adenike Ajayeoba and Oluwatosin Ademola Ijabadeniyi

    Pages 165-182

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    10 - Lactic acid bacteria as potential sources of enzymes: From genes to industrial applications

    Gaytri Mahajan, Vibhuti Sharma, ... Reena Gupta

    Pages 183-197

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    11 - Amylolytic lactic acid bacteria: Cell factories for direct lactic acid production from biomass by simultaneous saccharification and fermentation

    Ankush Kerketta, Tarak C. Panda, ... Sudhanshu S. Behera

    Pages 199-217

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    12 - Role of phytases from lactic acid bacterial species in level upgradation of bioavailable micronutrients in food applications

    Neha Sharma

    Pages 219-237

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    13 - Production of flavor compounds by lactic acid bacteria in fermented foods

    Amenan Clémentine Kouakou-Kouamé, Florent Kouadio N’guessan, ... Marcellin Koffi Djè

    Pages 239-270

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    14 - Lactic acid bacteria as biocontrol agents of food pathogens

    Omotola Folake Olagunju and Oluwatosin Ademola Ijabadeniyi

    Pages 271-288

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    15 - Biotechnology of bacteriocins production by LAB

    Justine Maïworé and Jean-Justin Essia Ngang

    Pages 289-310

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    16 - Synthetic biology approaches for biosurfactants production by lactic acid bacteria

    Joana L. Rodrigues and Lígia R. Rodrigues

    Pages 311-334

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    17 - Biosurfactants production by LAB and emerging applications

    Vasiliki Kachrimanidou, Maria Alexandri, ... Nikolaos Kopsahelis

    Pages 335-366

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    18 - The reducing power of LAB in fermentation and biomass production

    Rémy Cachon

    Pages 367-387

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    19 - Bioremediation of heavy metals from aquatic environments by lactic acid bacteria

    Arumugam Sundaramanickam, Surabhi Awasthi and Vishwas Patel

    Pages 389-399

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    20 - Lactic acid bacteria and Bifidobacterium as potential psychotherapeutics

    Gargi Dey

    Pages 401-412

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    Index

    Pages 413-420

About the book

Description

Lactic Acid Bacteria as Cell Factories: Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering describes the most recent developments on the metabolic engineering and synthetic biology of Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) for production of biologically active biomolecules (enzymes, organic acids, bacteriocins, bioactive peptides, etc.), recombinant proteins, and their role in bioremediation. The book focuses on synthetic biology and metabolic engineering for the production of biologically active molecules such as bioactive peptides, polysaccharides, vitamins (Riboflavin), enzymes, organic acids (lactic and gamma-aminobutyric acid), flavor and aroma compounds, bacteriocins, recombinant proteins, etc.

Individual chapters are devoted to the production of biosurfactants and their applications and the bioremediation of heavy metals by LAB from aquatic environments. Two critical chapters address Genome editing of LAB: opportunities for food, feed and pharmaceuticals and A synthetic biology approach for plasmid DNA and Recombinant protein production. This book will be a valuable resource for those working in biology, biotechnology, biological engineering, chemical engineering, microbiology, food science and technology, genetics and synthetic biology.

Lactic Acid Bacteria as Cell Factories: Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering describes the most recent developments on the metabolic engineering and synthetic biology of Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) for production of biologically active biomolecules (enzymes, organic acids, bacteriocins, bioactive peptides, etc.), recombinant proteins, and their role in bioremediation. The book focuses on synthetic biology and metabolic engineering for the production of biologically active molecules such as bioactive peptides, polysaccharides, vitamins (Riboflavin), enzymes, organic acids (lactic and gamma-aminobutyric acid), flavor and aroma compounds, bacteriocins, recombinant proteins, etc.

Individual chapters are devoted to the production of biosurfactants and their applications and the bioremediation of heavy metals by LAB from aquatic environments. Two critical chapters address Genome editing of LAB: opportunities for food, feed and pharmaceuticals and A synthetic biology approach for plasmid DNA and Recombinant protein production. This book will be a valuable resource for those working in biology, biotechnology, biological engineering, chemical engineering, microbiology, food science and technology, genetics and synthetic biology.

Key Features

  • Explores the synthetic biology and metabolic engineering of lactic acid bacteria
  • Highlights LAB enzymes such as phytase and amylase applications in food processing and the removal of anti-nutrients from foods and lignocellulose bioconversion
  • Presents insights into biosurfactant production and possible applications
  • Includes information on bioremediation by LAB, biofilm production mechanism, and plasmid and recombinant protein production using synthetic biology
  • Explores the synthetic biology and metabolic engineering of lactic acid bacteria
  • Highlights LAB enzymes such as phytase and amylase applications in food processing and the removal of anti-nutrients from foods and lignocellulose bioconversion
  • Presents insights into biosurfactant production and possible applications
  • Includes information on bioremediation by LAB, biofilm production mechanism, and plasmid and recombinant protein production using synthetic biology

Details

ISBN

978-0-323-91930-2

Language

English

Published

2023

Copyright

Copyright © 2023 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

Imprint

Woodhead Publishing

Editors

Didier Montet

Independent Expert in Food Safety, Aimargues, France

Ramesh C. Ray

Food and Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, Centre for Food Biology and Environment Studies, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

Vasco Ariston De Carvalho Azevedo

Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Genetics, Department of Genetics, Ecology and Evolution, Institute of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Spiros Paramithiotis

Laboratory of Food Process Engineering, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Agricultural University of Athens, Athens, Greece