Reductive Glycine Pathway: A Versatile Route for One-Carbon Biotech

This recent study concludes several reports in 2020 on the ATP-efficient, one-carbon-assimilating, rGlyP


Hong et al. heterologously expressed the metabolic core of the reductive glycine pathway (rGlyP) as a sink for the anaerobic conversion of glycerol. This recent study concludes several reports in 2020 on the ATP-efficient, one-carbon-assimilating, rGlyP. Its engineering in diverse hosts could help the transformation toward renewable, one-carbon-based bioproduction.


Source: Trends in Biotechnology, 2021-02-22.


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