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Fig. 7 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Fig. 7

From: Re-direction of carbon flux to key precursor malonyl-CoA via artificial small RNAs in photosynthetic Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803

Fig. 7

Results of the lipid profiles, malonyl-CoA quantitation, and the growth patterns. a The lipid profiles for identified fatty acids in WT and WT-HMFA. The error bar represents the standard deviation of the three biological replicates for each sample. (Take “C(a):(b)n(c)” as an example, “a” means the total numbers of “C” and b means the number of existing “C = C” while “c” means the location of the first “C = C”.) b Malonyl-CoA quantitation in WT, WT-HMMA1 and WT-HMMA2 at 48 h. The error bar represents the standard deviation of the three biological replicates for each sample. c Malonyl-CoA quantitation in WT, WT-HMMA1 and WT-HMMA2 at 72 h. The error bar represents the standard deviation of the three biological replicates for each sample. d Growth patterns of WT, WT-HMMA1, and WT-HMMA2. The error bar represents the standard deviation of the three biological replicates for each sample

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