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    • From dirt to industrial applications: Pseudomonas putida as a Synthetic Biology chassis for hosting harsh biochemical reactions 

      Nikel Mayer, Pablo Iván; Chavarría Vargas, Max; Danchin, Antoine; de Lorenzo, Víctor (2016-10)
      The soil bacterium Pseudomonas putida is endowed with a central carbon metabolic network capable of fulfilling high demands of reducing power. This situation arises from a unique metabolic architecture that encompasses the ...
    • Visualizing the invisible: class excursions to ignite children’s enthusiasm for microbes 

      McGenity, Terry J.; Gessesse, Amare; Hallsworth, John E.; García Cela, Esther; Verheecke Vaessen, Carol; Wang, Fengping; Chavarría Vargas, Max; Haggblom, Max M.; Molin, Søren; Danchin, Antoine; Smid, Eddy J.; Lood, Cédric; Cockell, Charles S.; Whitby, Corinne; Liu, Shuang‐Jiang; Keller, Nancy P.; Stein, Lisa Y.; Bordenstein, Seth R.; Lal, Rup; Nunes, Olga C.; Gram, Lone; Singh, Brajesh K.; Webster, Nicole S.; Morris, Cindy; Sivinski, Sharon; Bindschedler, Saskia; Junier, Pilar; Antunes, André; Baxter, Bonnie K.; Scavone, Paola; Timmis, Kenneth N. (2020)
      We have recently argued that, because microbes have pervasive – often vital – influences on our lives, and that therefore their roles must be taken into account in many of the decisions we face, society must become ...