Data underlying the publication: nZVI impacts substrate conversion and microbiome composition in lactate-based chain elongation from D- and L-lactate substrates
datasetposted on 23.03.2021, 09:38 by Carlos Contreras DavilaCarlos Contreras Davila, Johan Esveld, C.J.N. (Cees) Buisman, david strikdavid strik
Medium-chain carboxylates (MCC) derived from biomass biorefining are attractive biochemicals to uncouple the production of a wide array of products from the use of non-renewable sources. Biological conversion of biomass-derived lactate during secondary fermentation can be steered to produce a variety of MCC through chain elongation. We explored the effects of zero-valent iron nanoparticles (nZVI) and lactate enantiomers on substrate consumption, product formation and microbiome composition in batch lactate-based chain elongation.