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Table 4 Overview of l-lactic acid production from lignocellulose-derived sugars

From: RETRACTED ARTICLE: Engineering Bacillus licheniformis as a thermophilic platform for the production of l-lactic acid from lignocellulose-derived sugars

Microorganism l-Lactic acid Fermentation method References
Concentration (g/L) Yield (g/g) Productivity (g/[L h]) Optical purity (%)
Lactobacillus sp. RKY2 42.0 0.95 6.70 ND Continuous [12]
Bacillus sp. XZL4 81.0 0.98 1.86 99.6 Batch [13]
B. coagulans NL01 75.0 0.75 1.04 99.8 Fed-batch [14]
B. coagulans MXL-9 40.2 0.58 0.54 99.5 Batch [43]
B. coagulans IPE22 56.4 0.96 2.35 100 Repeated-batch [5]
B. coagulans P38 180.0 0.98 2.40 100 Fed-batch [42]
Pediococcus acidilactici DQ2 101.9 0.77 1.06 63.4 Batch [41]
B. coagulans LA204 97.6 0.68 1.63 > 98 Fed-batch [44]
B. coagulans 36D1 92.8 0.77 0.96 99.5 SSCF [45]
B. coagulans P4-102B 91.8 0.78 0.82 99.5 SSCF [45]
B. coagulans AD 35.2 0.95 3.69 ND Continuous [11]
B. coagulans NBRC 12714 98.3 0.95 3.28 > 99.5 Batch [10]
B. licheniformis RH15 99.3 0.95 2.48 > 99.7 Fed-batch This study
  1. SSCF semi-continuous simultaneous saccharification and fermentation