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Carotenoid Production by Corynebacterium: The Workhorse of Industrial Amino Acid Production as Host for Production of a Broad Spectrum of C40 and C50 Carotenoids

By Nadja A. Henke, Petra Peters-Wendisch and Volker F. Wendisch

Submitted: October 4th 2016Reviewed: January 26th 2017Published: June 14th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/67631

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Nadja A. Henke, Petra Peters-Wendisch and Volker F. Wendisch (June 14th 2017). Carotenoid Production by Corynebacterium: The Workhorse of Industrial Amino Acid Production as Host for Production of a Broad Spectrum of C40 and C50 Carotenoids, Carotenoids Dragan J. Cvetkovic and Goran S. Nikolic, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/67631. Available from:

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