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The design of controllable artificial microbial consortia has attracted considerable interest in recent years to capitalize on the inherent advantages in comparison to monocultures such as the distribution of the metabolic burden by division of labor, the modularity and the ability to convert complex substrates. One promising approach to control the consortia composition, function and stability is the provision of defined ecological niches fitted to the specific needs of the consortium members.doi:10.1016/j.copbio.2019.09.008 pmid:31671322 fatcat:6rdbarapordszc5gcmjr7qz45u