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Wittgens, A.; Rosenau, F.: Heterologous Rhamnolipid Biosynthesis: Advantages, Challenges, and the Opportunity to Produce Tailor-Made Rhamnolipids. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 8, 594010 (2020)
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Kubiczek, D.; Flaig, C.; Raber, H.; Dietz, S.; Kissmann, A.; Heerde, T.; Bodenberger, N.; Wittgens, A.; González‐Garcia, M.; Kang, F. et al.; Franco, O. L.; Staendker, L.; Otero‐González, A. J.; Walther, P.; Gottschalk, K. E.; Weil, T.; Rosenau, F.: A Cerberus‐Inspired Anti‐Infective Multicomponent Gatekeeper Hydrogel against Infections with the Emerging “Superbug” Yeast Candida auris. Macromolecular Bioscience 20 (4), 2000005 (2020)
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Bator, I.; Wittgens, A.; Rosenau, F.; Tiso, T.; Blank, L. M.: Comparison of Three Xylose Pathways in Pseudomonas putida KT2440 for the Synthesis of Valuable Products. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 7, 480 (2020)
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Horlamus, F.; Wang, Y.; Steinbach, D.; Vahidinasab, M.; Wittgens, A.; Rosenau, F.; Henkel, M.; Hausmann, R.: Potential of biotechnological conversion of lignocellulose hydrolyzates by Pseudomonas putida KT2440 as a model organism for a bio-based economy. GCB Bioenergy 11 (12), pp. 1421 - 1434 (2019)
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Arnold, S.; Henkel, M.; Wanger, J.; Wittgens, A.; Rosenau, F.; Hausmann, R.: Heterologous rhamnolipid biosynthesis by P. putida KT2440 on bio-oil derived small organic acids and fractions. AMB Express 9 (1), 80 (2019)
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Horlamus, F.; Wittgens, A.; Noll, P.; Michler, J.; Mueller, I.; Weggenmann, F.; Oellig, C.; Rosenau, F.; Henkel, M.; Hausmann, R.: One-step bioconversion of hemicellulose polymers to rhamnolipids with Cellvibrio japonicus: A proof-of-concept for a potential host strain in future bioeconomy. GCB Bioenergy 11 (1), pp. 260 - 268 (2019)
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Wang, Y.; Horlamus, F.; Henkel, M.; Kovacic, F.; Schlaefle, S.; Hausmann, R.; Wittgens, A.; Rosenau, F.: Growth of engineered Pseudomonas putida KT2440 on glucose, xylose, and arabinose: Hemicellulose hydrolysates and their major sugars as sustainable carbon sources. GCB Bioenergy 11 (1), pp. 249 - 259 (2019)
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