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Table 1 Metabolism of xylose in different recombinant microorganisms for high-value chemicals and biofuels production

From: Biochemical routes for uptake and conversion of xylose by microorganisms

StrainSubstrateChemicalsTiter (g/L)Yield (g/g)-xyloseProductivity (g/L/h)References
Z. mobilisXyloseEthanol43.10.450.94[77]
S. cerevisiaeXyloseEthanol16.40.410.77[89]
S. cerevisiaeXyloseEthanol10.80.250.39[90]
S. cerevisiaeXyloseEthanol10.40.260.24[70]
E. coliXyloseBT5.10.2550.106[81]
E. coliXyloseBT3.920.200.05[78]
E. coliXylonateBT1.60.25 [80]
E. coliXyloseBT0.880.130.012[91]
E. coliXyloseBDO0.2090.010.004[82]
E. coliXyloseEG108.20.362.25[88]
E. coliXyloseEG720.401.38[87]
E. coliXyloseEG400.350.56[83]
E. colixyloseEG200.380.37[86]
E. coliXyloseGlycolate440.440.92[83]
E. coliXyloseGlycolate43.60.460.91[84]
K. lactisXylose
Ethanol
Glycolate14.80.280.09[92]
E. coliXyloseGlycolate4.570.46[93]
E. coliXyloseGlycolate4.30.460.089[94]