Petrochemical-free commodities: Recent developments in the biosynthetic production of different hydrocarbons by engineered microorganisms offer further examples of how white biotechnology can provide chemicals and biofuels in a sustainable manner by coupling natural cycles or de novo-designed metabolic routes with industrial interests. Non-edible and cheap lignocellulosic residues are a renewable feedstock to secure the sustainability of the process.
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