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Table 3 Acetoin production from lignocellulosic biomass by acetoin producers

From: Conversion of cellulose and hemicellulose of biomass simultaneously to acetoin by thermophilic simultaneous saccharification and fermentation

Strain Biomass Fermentation process Tem.a (°C) Con. (g L−1) Pro.b (g L−1 h−1) Refs.
B. subtilis IPE5-4-UD-4 Pretreated corncob Batch SSF, 5-L bioreactor 50; 50 22.76 0.38 This study
K. pneumoniae CICC 10011 Pretreated Jerusalem artichoke stalks Batch SSF, 5-L bioreactor 37; 37 13.47 0.20 [9]
E. coli Cellulose Batch SSF, shake flask 37; 37 2.70 0.02 [13]
E. cloacae SDM 53 Pretreated corn stover Fed-batch SHF, 7.5-L bioreactor NA; 37 45.60 1.52 [23]
K. pneumoniae CICC 10011 Pretreated Jerusalem artichoke stalk and tuber Fed-batch SHF, 5-L bioreactor 50–55; 37 11.40 0.16 [9]
E. coli DSM02-B Pretreated brown seaweed Fed-batch SHF, shake flask 50; 37 4.80 0.07 [12]
E. coli mlc-XT7-LAFC-YSD Pretreated Japanese cedar wood chips Batch SHF, shake flask 37; 30 19.00 0.16 [24]
K. pneumoniae CICC 10011 Pretreated Jerusalem artichoke stalk and tuber Batch SHF, 5-L bioreactor 50–55; 37 11.80 0.23 [9]
Engineered Zymomonas mobilis 22C–BC5 Pretreated corn stover Batch SHF, shake flask 50; 33 > 10.00 NA [10]
  1. Tem. temperature, Con. concentration, Pro. productivity, Ref. references, NA not available
  2. aTemperature was indicated as the enzymatic saccharification temperature followed by the fermentation temperature
  3. bAcetoin productivity was calculated by the concentration of acetoin (g L−1) presenting in the references/substrate consumption time (h)