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NMR study of 13CO2 incorporation into short-chain fatty acids by pig large-intestinal flora



NMR study of 13CO2 incorporation into short-chain fatty acids by pig large-intestinal flora



Canadian Journal of Microbiology 36(8): 579-582



Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) was used to study carbon dioxide reduction by the pig large-intestinal flora. Washed bacterial cell suspensions were incubated for 6 and 15 h under 13CO2 and H2 as the gas phase and with a buffer containing NaH13CO3 and cellobiose and amino acids (casein hydrolysate) as substrates. Methane was produced in all incubation media.

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