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Krahn, I., Bonder, D., Torregrosa-Barragan, L., Stoppel, D., Krause, J. P., Rosenfeldt, N., Meiswinkel, T. M., Seibold, G. M., Wendisch, V. F. & Lindner, S. N. Evolving a New Efficient Mode of Fructose Utilization for Improved Bioproduction in Corynebacterium glutamicum. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 9, (2021).
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Cotton, C. A. R., Bernhardsgrütter, I., He, H., Burgener, S., Schulz, L., Paczia, N., Dronsella, B., Erban, A., Toman, S., Dempfle, M., de Maria, A., Kopka, J., Lindner, S. N., Erb, T. J. & Bar-Even, A. Underground isoleucine biosynthesis pathways in E. coli. eLife 9, (2020).
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Ramirez, L. C., Calvo Tusell, C., Stoffel, G. M. M., Lindner, S. N., Osuna, S., Erb, T. J., Garcia-Borràs, M., Bar-Even, A. & Acevedo-Rocha, C. G. In vivo selection for formate dehydrogenases with high efficiency and specificity towards NADP+. ACS Catalysis 10, 7512–7525 (2020).
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Aslan, S., Noor, E., Benito-Vaquerizo, S., Lindner, S. N. & Bar-Even, A. Design and engineering of E. coli metabolic sensor strains with a wide sensitivity range for glycerate. Metabolic Engineering 57, 96–109 (2020).
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Kim, S., Lindner, S. N., Aslan, S., Yishai, O., Wenk, S., Schann, K. & Bar-Even, A. Growth of E. coli on formate and methanol via the reductive glycine pathway. Nature Chemical Biology 16, 538–545 (2020).
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Lindner, S. N., Aslan, S., Mueller, A., Hoffart, E., Behrens, P., Edlich-Muth, C., Blombach, B. & Bar-Even, A. A synthetic glycerol assimilation pathway demonstrates biochemical constraints of cellular metabolism. The FEBS Journal 287, 160–172 (2020).
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Satanowski, A., Dronsella, B., Noor, E., Vögeli, B., He, H., Wichmann, P., Erb, T. J., Lindner, S. N. & Bar-Even, A. Awakening a latent carbon fixation cycle in Escherichia coli. Nature Communications 11, (2020).
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Song, S., Timm, S., Lindner, S. N., Reimann, V., Hess, W. R., Hagemann, M. & Brouwer, E.-M. Expression of Formate-Tetrahydrofolate Ligase Did Not Improve Growth but Interferes With Nitrogen and Carbon Metabolism of Synechocystissp. PCC 6803. Frontiers in Microbiology 11, (2020).
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Wenk, S., Schann, K., He, H., Rainaldi, V., Kim, S., Lindner, S. N. & Bar-Even, A. An “energy-auxotroph” E. coli provides an in vivo platform for assessing NADH regeneration systems. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 117, 3422–3434 (2020).
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He, H., Edlich-Muth, C., Lindner, S. N. & Bar-Even, A. Ribulose Monophosphate Shunt Provides Nearly All Biomass and Energy Required for Growth of E. coli. ACS Synthetic Biology 7, 1601–1611 (2018).
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Kruesemann, J. L., Lindner, S. N., Dempfle, M., Widmer, J., Arrivault, S., Debacker, M., He, H., Kubis, A., Chayot, R., Anissimova, M., Marliere, P., Cotton, C. A. R. & Bar-Even, A. Artificial pathway emergence in central metabolism from three recursive phosphoketolase reactions. The FEBS Journal 285, 4367–4377 (2018).
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Lindner, S. N., Ramirez, L. C., Kruesemann, J. L., Yishai, O., Belkhelfa, S., He, H., Bouzon, M., Doring, V. & Bar-Even, A. NADPH-Auxotrophic E-coil: A Sensor Strain for Testing in Vivo Regeneration of NADPH. ACS Synthetic Biology 7, 2742–2749 (2018).
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Yishai, O., Goldbach, L., Tenenboim, H., Lindner, S. N. & Bar-Even, A. Engineered Assimilation of Exogenous and Endogenous Formate in Escherichia coli. ACS Synthetic Biology 6, 1722–1731 (2017).
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Zelcbuch, L., Lindner, S. N., Zegman, Y., Slutskin, I. V., Antonovsky, N., Gleizer, S., Milo, R. & Bar-Even, A. Pyruvate Formate-Lyase Enables Efficient Growth of Escherichia coli on Acetate and Formate. Biochemistry 55, 2423–2426 (2016).
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Yishai, O., Lindner, S. N., Gonzalez de la Cruz, J., Tenenboim, H. & Bar-Even, A. The formate bio-economy. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 35, 1–9 (2016).

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Wenk, S., Yishai, O., Lindner, S. N. & Bar-Even, A. in (ed. Scrutton, N.) 329–367 (Academic Press, 2018). doi:10.1016/bs.mie.2018.04.026
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