This lecture is part of the “Industrial biotechnology” course, which is taught to undergraduate Microbiology and Biotechnology students at Vilnius University, Life Sciences Center. This lecture presents production of industrially important acetic, citric, gluconic, lactic, ascorbic, itaconic, fumaric acids using different
microorganisms, gene and metabolic engineering methods as well as an up- and downstream strategies to improve yield and quality of end fermentation products.

Organiser: Vilnius University Life Science Center

Venue: Sauletekio av. 7, Vilnius

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