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TitleBacHBerry: BACterial Hosts for production of Bioactive phenolics from bERRY fruits
Author(s)Dudnik, Alexey
Almeida, A. Filipa
Andrade, Ricardo
Avila, Barbara
Bañados, Pilar
Barbay, Diane
Bassard, Jean-Etienne
Benkoulouche, Mounir
Bott, Michael
Braga, Adelaide
Breitel, Dario
Brennan, Rex
Bulteau, Laurent
Chanforan, Celine
Costa, Inês
Costa, Rafael S.
Doostmohammadi, Mahdi
Faria, Nuno
Feng, Chengyong
Fernandes, Armando
Ferreira, Patrícia
Ferro, Roberto
Foito, Alexandre
Freitag, Sabine
Garcia, Gonçalo
Gaspar, Paula
Godinho-Pereira, Joana
Hamberger, Björn
Hartmann, András
Heider, Harald
Jardim, Carolina
Julien-Laferriere, Alice
Kallscheuer, Nicolai
Kerbe, Wolfgang
Kuipers, Oscar P.
Li, Shanshan
Love, Nicola
Marchetti-Spaccamela, Alberto
Marienhagen, Jan
Martin, Cathie
Mary, Arnaud
Mazurek, Vincent
Meinhart, Camillo
Sevillano, David Méndez
Menezes, Regina
Naesby, Michael
Nørholm, Morten H. H.
Okkels, Finn T.
Oliveira, Joana
Ottens, Marcel
Parrot, Delphine
Pei, Lei
Rocha, I.
Rosado-Ramos, Rita
Rousseau, Caroline
Sagot, Marie-France
Santos, Claudia Nunes dos
Schmidt, Markus
Shelenga, Tatiana
Shepherd, Louise
Silva, Rita M.
Silva, Marcelo Henriques da
Stahlhut, Steen Gustav
Simon, Olivier
Solopova, Ana
Sorokin, Artem
Stewart, Derek
Stougie, Leen
Su, Shang
Thole, Vera
Tikhonova, Olga
Trick, Martin
Vain, Philippe
Veríssimo, André
Vila-Santa, Ana
Vinga, Susana
Vogt, Michael
Wang, Liangsheng
Wang, Lijin
Wei, Wei
Youssef, Sandra
Neves, Ana Rute
Forster, Jochen
KeywordsBerries
Bioprospecting
Microbial cell factories
Polyphenols
Sustainable production
Issue date2018
PublisherSpringer Nature
JournalPhytochemistry Reviews
CitationDudnik, Alexey; Almeida, A. Filipa; Andrade, Ricardo; Avila, Barbara; Bañados, Pilar; Barbay, Diane; Bassard, Jean-Etienne; Benkoulouche, Mounir; Bott, Michael; Braga, Adelaide; Breitel, Dario; Brennan, Rex; Bulteau, Laurent; Chanforan, Celine; Costa, Inês; Costa, Rafael S.; Doostmohammadi, Mahdi; Faria, N.; Feng, Chengyong; Fernandes, Armando; Ferreira, Patrícia; Ferro, Roberto; Foito, Alexandre; Freitag, Sabine; Garcia, Gonçalo; Gaspar, Paula; Godinho-Pereira, Joana; Hamberger, Björn; Hartmann, András; Heider, Harald; Jardim, Carolina; Julien-Laferriere, Alice; Kallscheuer, Nicolai; Kerbe, Wolfgang; Kuipers, Oscar P.; Li, Shanshan; Love, Nicola; Marchetti-Spaccamela, Alberto; Marienhagen, Jan; Martin, Cathie; Mary, Arnaud; Mazurek, Vincent; Meinhart, Camillo; Sevillano, David Méndez; Menezes, Regina; Naesby, Michael; Nørholm, Morten H. H.; Okkels, Finn T.; Oliveira, J.; Ottens, Marcel; Parrot, Delphine; Pei, Lei; Rocha, Isabel; Rosado-Ramos, Rita; Rousseau, Caroline; Sagot, Marie-France; dos Santos, Claudia Nunes; Schmidt, Markus; Shelenga, Tatiana; Shepherd, Louise; Silva, Ana Rita; da Silva, Marcelo Henriques; Stahlhut, Steen Gustav; Simon, Olivier; Solopova, Ana; Sorokin, Artem; Stewart, Derek; Stougie, Leen; Su, Shang; Thole, Vera; Tikhonova, Olga; Trick, Martin; Vain, Philippe; Veríssimo, André; Vila-Santa, Ana; Vinga, Susana; Vogt, Michael; Wang, Liangsheng; Wang, Lijin; Wei, Wei; Youssef, Sandra; Neves, Ana Rute; Forster, Jochen, BacHBerry: BACterial Hosts for production of Bioactive phenolics from bERRY fruits. Phytochemistry Reviews, 17(2), 291-326, 2018
Abstract(s)BACterial Hosts for production of Bioactive phenolics from bERRY fruits (BacHBerry) was a 3-year project funded by the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Union that ran between November 2013 and October 2016. The overall aim of the project was to establish a sustainable and economically-feasible strategy for the production of novel high-value phenolic compounds isolated from berry fruits using bacterial platforms. The project aimed at covering all stages of the discovery and pre-commercialization process, including berry collection, screening and characterization of their bioactive components, identification and functional characterization of the corresponding biosynthetic pathways, and construction of Gram-positive bacterial cell factories producing phenolic compounds. Further activities included optimization of polyphenol extraction methods from bacterial cultures, scale-up of production by fermentation up to pilot scale, as well as societal and economic analyses of the processes. This review article summarizes some of the key findings obtained throughout the duration of the project.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/54671
DOI10.1007/s11101-017-9532-2
ISSN1568-7767
e-ISSN1572-980X
Publisher versionhttp://www.springer.com/life+sciences/plant+sciences/journal/11101
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessRestricted access (UMinho)
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