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Engineering the lactococcal mevalonate pathway for increased sesquiterpene production

Metabolic Engineering for Stress Tolerance: Installing Osmoprotectant Synthesis Pathways

Customized optimization of metabolic pathways by combinatorial transcriptional engineering

Metabolic engineering of the astaxanthin-biosynthetic pathway of Xanthophyllomyces dendrorhous

Metabolic pathway engineering for complex polyketide biosynthesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Pathway engineering of Brassica napus seeds using multiple key enzyme genes involved in ketocarotenoid formation

Predicting metabolic engineering knockout strategies for chemical production: accounting for competing pathways

Lessons from engineering a single-cell C4 photosynthetic pathway into rice

A structured approach for the engineering of biochemical network models, illustrated for signalling pathways

Non-linear optimization of biochemical pathways: applications to metabolic engineering and parameter estimation.

Strategies for engineering a two-celled C4 photosynthetic pathway into rice

Engineering of the Rose Flavonoid Biosynthetic Pathway Successfully Generated Blue-Hued Flowers Accumulating Delphinidin

Mapping the folding pathway of the transmembrane protein DsbB by protein engineering

Expanding the docosahexaenoic acid food web for sustainable production: engineering lower plant pathways into higher plants

Metabolic engineering of the omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthetic pathway into transgenic plants

Maize phytoene desaturase and ζ‐carotene desaturase catalyse a poly‐Z desaturation pathway: implications for genetic engineering of carotenoid content among cereal crops

Violet/Blue Chrysanthemums—Metabolic Engineering of the Anthocyanin Biosynthetic Pathway Results in Novel Petal Colors

Engineering of an artificial glycosylation pathway blocked in core oligosaccharide assembly in the yeast Pichia pastoris: production of complex humanized glycoproteins with terminal galactose

 

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The use of genetic engineering to change either the kinetics or the products of a metabolic pathway.

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