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==Contact Info==
 
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*Cong T. Trinh
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==Contact Info==
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*Trinh Lab
*University of Tennessee Knoxville
*University of Tennessee Knoxville
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*Address 1
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*ctrinh@utk.edu
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*[[Special:Emailuser/Cong T. Trinh|Email me through OpenWetWare]]
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==Research interests==
==Research interests==
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* Inverse metabolic engineering; systems and synthetic biology
* Inverse metabolic engineering; systems and synthetic biology
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*  Synthesis of advanced biofuels and biochemicals from biomass-derived feedstocks and biodiesel waste, glycerol by using robust and efficient engineered whole-cell biocatalysts
*  Synthesis of advanced biofuels and biochemicals from biomass-derived feedstocks and biodiesel waste, glycerol by using robust and efficient engineered whole-cell biocatalysts
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*[http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Cong_T._Trinh:Research Detailed Explanation of the Research]
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==Publications==
 
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1.  Trinh, C.T., Blanch, H.W., Clark, D.S., 2011. Rational development of the gene swapping and amplification technique for useful unknown genotype-phenotype discovery, in preparation.
 
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2.  Trinh, C.T., Li, J., Blanch, H.W., Clark, D.S., 2011. Redesigning Escherichia coli metabolism for anaerobic production of isobutanol (under revision).
 
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3. Jevremovic, D., Trinh, C.T., Srienc, F., Sosa, C.P., Boley, D., 2011.  Parallelization of null space algorithm for the computation of metabolic pathways, Parallel Computing (accepted).
 
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4. Trinh, C.T., Huffer, S., Clark, M.E., Blanch, H.W., Clark, D.S., 2010. Elucidating Mechanisms of Solvent Toxicity in ethanologenic Escherichia coli. Biotechnol Bioeng 106(5):721-730. (Spotlight)
 
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5.  Unrean, P., Trinh, C.T., Srienc, F., 2010.  Rational design and construction of an efficient E. coli for production of diapolycopendioic acid.  Metab Eng 12(2):112-122.
 
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6. Jevremovic, D., Trinh, C.T., Srienc, F., Boley, D., 2010. On Algebraic Properties of Extreme Pathways in Metabolic Networks. J Comp Biol 17(2):107-19.
 
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7.  Trinh, C.T., Srienc, F., 2009. Metabolic Engineering of Escherichia coli for Efficient Conversion of Glycerol into Ethanol.  Appl Environ Microbiol 75(21): 6696-6705.
 
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8. Trinh, C.T., Wlaschin, A.P., Srienc, F., 2009. Metabolic Pathway Analysis: A Useful Tool for Characterizing Cellular Metabolism.  Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 81(5): 813-826.
 
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9. Trinh, C.T., Unrean, P., Srienc, F., 2008. A minimal Escherichia coli cell for most efficient ethanol production from hexoses and pentoses. Appl Environ Microbiol 74: 3634-3643. (Cover Art)
 
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10. Trinh, C.T., Carlson, R., Wlaschin, A.P., Srienc, F., 2006. Design, construction and performance of the most efficient biomass producing E. coli bacterium. Metab Eng 8: 628-638.
 
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11. Wlaschin, A.P., Trinh, C.T., Carlson, R., Srienc, F., 2006. The fractional contributions of elementary modes to the metabolism of E. coli and their estimation from reaction entropies.  Metab Eng 8: 338-352. (Cover Art)
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==Internal==
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#Book1 isbn=0879697164
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[http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Cong_T._Trinh:Protocols Protocols]
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==Useful links==
==Useful links==
*[[OpenWetWare:Welcome|Introductory tutorial]]
*[[OpenWetWare:Welcome|Introductory tutorial]]
*[[Help|OpenWetWare help pages]]
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Cong T. Trinh (an artistic interpretation)
Cong T. Trinh (an artistic interpretation)

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Contact Info

  • Trinh Lab
  • University of Tennessee Knoxville
  • ctrinh@utk.edu


Research interests

  • Inverse metabolic engineering; systems and synthetic biology
  • Metabolic network modeling; experimental metabolic flux quantification
  • Rational design and optimization of complex heterologous metabolic pathways using in-vivo and in-vitro systems
  • Cell physiology and advanced fermentation
  • Synthesis of advanced biofuels and biochemicals from biomass-derived feedstocks and biodiesel waste, glycerol by using robust and efficient engineered whole-cell biocatalysts



Internal

Protocols

Useful links

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