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Metabolic flux network analysis of fermentative hydrogen production: Using Clostridium tyrobutyricum as an example

This study applies metabolic flux network analysis (MFA) to evaluate the metabolic flux of fermentative hydrogen production (FHP) with the use of fed with either glucose or lactate/acetate as substrates. The MFA results suggest that hydraulic retention time (HRT) presents significant impact on hydro... Full description

Journal Title: Bioresource Technology August 2013, Vol.141, pp.233-239
Main Author: Cheng, Hai-Hsuan
Other Authors: Whang, Liang-Ming , Lin, Che-An , Liu, I-Chun , Wu, Chao-Wei
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ID: ISSN: 0960-8524 ; E-ISSN: 1873-2976 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2013.03.141
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title: Metabolic flux network analysis of fermentative hydrogen production: Using Clostridium tyrobutyricum as an example
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  • Lactate/Acetate
  • Metabolic Flux
  • Hydrogen Production
  • Hydraulic Retention Time
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  • Engineering
  • Chemistry
ispartof: Bioresource Technology, August 2013, Vol.141, pp.233-239
description: This study applies metabolic flux network analysis (MFA) to evaluate the metabolic flux of fermentative hydrogen production (FHP) with the use of fed with either glucose or lactate/acetate as substrates. The MFA results suggest that hydraulic retention time (HRT) presents significant impact on hydrogen production from glucose. At HRT between 4 and 18 h, increase of HRT increased hydrogen production but decreased lactate production, while at HRT below 4 h decrease of HRT increased hydrogen production but decreased lactate production. The flux for lactate, butyrate and acetate seemed to affect H production, due presumably to their impacts on the balance of NADH, ferredoxin and ATP. It is suggested that the MFA can be a useful tool to provide valuable information for optimization and design of the fermentative hydrogen production process.
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