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MOESM1 of Metabolic engineering of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to produce a reduced viscosity oil from lignocellulose

Tam Tran, Rebecca Breuer, Ragothaman Avanasi Narasimhan, Lucas Parreiras, Yaoping Zhang, Trey Sato, Timothy Durrett
2017 Figshare  
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Elimination of lcTAG synthesis and expression of EaDAcT does not affect growth on YPD. Cell density (C.D.; solid lines) and extracellular glucose concentrations (Glc; dashed lines) from indicated strains cultured aerobically in bioreactors containing YPD media. Values displayed are the mean ¹ S.D. from three independent biological replicates. Figure S2. Acetyl-TAG producing yeast strains can consume and grow on xylose. Cell density (C.D.; solid lines) and
more » ... ines) and extracellular xylose concentrations (Xyl; dashed lines) from indicated strains cultured aerobically in bioreactors containing YPX media. Values displayed are the mean ¹ S.D. from three independent biological replicates. Figure S3. Acetyl-TAG producing yeast strains consume sugars in ACSH similarly to wild-type cells. Cell density (C.D.; solid lines) and concentrations of extracellular glucose (Glc; dashed lines) and xylose (Xyl; dashed lines) from indicated strains cultured aerobically in bioreactors containing ACSH. Values displayed are the mean ¹ S.D. from three independent biological replicates. Table S1. S. cerevisiae strains used in this study. Table S2. Primers used for genetic engineering.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3721606_d1 fatcat:6fdkhtblkzgdxbnfglfy2ahi3u