Monitoring Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) Production in Cupriavidus necator DSM 428 (H16) with Raman Spectroscopy

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Monitoring Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) Production in Cupriavidus necator DSM 428 (H16) with Raman Spectroscopy. / Gelder, JD; Willemse-Erix, D.; Scholtes, MJ; Sanchez, JI; Maquelin, K.; Vandenabeele, P.; De Boever, Patrick; Puppels, GJ; Moens, L.; Vos, PD.

In: Analytical chemistry, Vol. 80, No. 6, 15.03.2008, p. 2155-2160.

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Gelder, JD, Willemse-Erix, D, Scholtes, MJ, Sanchez, JI, Maquelin, K, Vandenabeele, P, De Boever, P, Puppels, GJ, Moens, L & Vos, PD 2008, 'Monitoring Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) Production in Cupriavidus necator DSM 428 (H16) with Raman Spectroscopy', Analytical chemistry, vol. 80, no. 6, pp. 2155-2160. https://doi.org/10.1021/ac702185d

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Gelder, JD., Willemse-Erix, D., Scholtes, MJ., Sanchez, JI., Maquelin, K., Vandenabeele, P., De Boever, P., Puppels, GJ., Moens, L., & Vos, PD. (2008). Monitoring Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) Production in Cupriavidus necator DSM 428 (H16) with Raman Spectroscopy. Analytical chemistry, 80(6), 2155-2160. https://doi.org/10.1021/ac702185d

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Gelder JD, Willemse-Erix D, Scholtes MJ, Sanchez JI, Maquelin K, Vandenabeele P et al. Monitoring Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) Production in Cupriavidus necator DSM 428 (H16) with Raman Spectroscopy. Analytical chemistry. 2008 Mar 15;80(6):2155-2160. https://doi.org/10.1021/ac702185d

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Gelder, JD ; Willemse-Erix, D. ; Scholtes, MJ ; Sanchez, JI ; Maquelin, K. ; Vandenabeele, P. ; De Boever, Patrick ; Puppels, GJ ; Moens, L. ; Vos, PD. / Monitoring Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) Production in Cupriavidus necator DSM 428 (H16) with Raman Spectroscopy. In: Analytical chemistry. 2008 ; Vol. 80, No. 6. pp. 2155-2160.

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abstract = "This study explored the potential of Raman spectroscopy for the analysis of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) (PHB) in bacteria. PHB can be formed in large amounts by certain bacteria as a storage material and is of high importance for industrial biodegradable plastic production. Raman spectra were collected from Cupriavidus necator DSM 428 (H16), from its non-PHB-producing mutant strain C. necator DSM 541, and from pure PHB, in order to determine at which Raman shifts a contribution of PHB in bacterial spectra can be expected. The Raman band intensity at ca. 1734 cm-1 appeared to be suitable for the monitoring of PHB production and consumption. These intensities were linearly related to the PHB concentration (mg L-1 culture) determined by parallel HPLC analysis. Therefore, Raman spectroscopy is considered as a fast and noninvasive technique for the determination and monitoring of the PHB content in bacteria.",
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