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Modelling and analysis of biological systems to obtain biofuels

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Montagud Aquino, A. (2012). Modelling and analysis of biological systems to obtain biofuels [Tesis doctoral no publicada]. Universitat Politècnica de València. doi:10.4995/Thesis/10251/17319.

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Title: Modelling and analysis of biological systems to obtain biofuels
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Director(s): Fernández de Córdoba Castellá, Pedro José Urchueguía Schölzel, Javier Fermín Patil, Kiran Raosaheb
UPV Unit: Universitat Politècnica de València. Departamento de Matemática Aplicada - Departament de Matemàtica Aplicada
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2012-04-17
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Esta tesis se centra en la construcción y usos de los modelos metabólicos a escala genómica para obtener biocombustibles de manera eficiente, como etanol e hidrógeno. Como organismo objetivo, se ha elegido a la cianobacteria ...[+]


This thesis is focused on the construction and uses of genome-scale metabolic models to efficiently obtain biofuels, such as ethanol and hydrogen. As a target organism, cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC6803 was chosen. ...[+]


Esta tesis es centra en la construcció i els usos del models metabòlics a escala genòmica per a obtenir eficientment biocombustibles, com etanol i hidrogen. Com a organisme diana, s¿elegí el cianobacteri Synechocystis sp. ...[+]
Subjects: Systems biology , Metabolic engineering , Biofuel , Hydrogen , Cyanobacteria , Genome-scale metabolic model , Connectivity analysis , Mutant analysis , Flux balance analysis , Method of minimization of metabolic adjustment , Flux coupling analysis , Synechocystis sp , Pcc6803 , Reporter features , Reporter metabolite , Reporter coupling
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DOI: 10.4995/Thesis/10251/17319
Type: Tesis doctoral

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