Frauke Kracke
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Microbial electron transport and energy conservation–the foundation for optimizing bioelectrochemical systems
F Kracke, I Vassilev, JO Krömer
Frontiers in Microbiology 6, 575, 2015
Electrifying white biotechnology: Engineering and economic potential of electricity‐driven bio‐production
F Harnisch, LFM Rosa, F Kracke, B Virdis, JO Krömer
ChemSusChem 8 (5), 758-766, 2015
Identifying target processes for microbial electrosynthesis by elementary mode analysis
F Kracke, JO Krömer
BMC bioinformatics 15 (1), 1-14, 2014
Balancing cellular redox metabolism in microbial electrosynthesis and electro fermentation–a chance for metabolic engineering
F Kracke, B Lai, S Yu, JO Krömer
Metabolic engineering 45, 109-120, 2018
Nontoxic, hydrophilic cationic polymers—identified as class of antimicrobial polymers
A Strassburg, F Kracke, J Wenners, A Jemeljanova, J Kuepper, ...
Macromolecular bioscience 15 (12), 1710-1723, 2015
Robust and biocompatible catalysts for efficient hydrogen-driven microbial electrosynthesis
F Kracke, AB Wong, K Maegaard, JS Deutzmann, MKA Hubert, C Hahn, ...
Communications Chemistry 2 (1), 1-9, 2019
Redox dependent metabolic shift in Clostridium autoethanogenum by extracellular electron supply
F Kracke, B Virdis, PV Bernhardt, K Rabaey, JO Krömer
Biotechnology for Biofuels 9 (1), 1-12, 2016
Microbial electrosynthesis system with dual biocathode arrangement for simultaneous acetogenesis, solventogenesis and carbon chain elongation
I Vassilev, F Kracke, S Freguia, J Keller, JO Krömer, P Ledezma, B Virdis
Chemical Communications 55 (30), 4351-4354, 2019
Predicting and experimental evaluating bio-electrochemical synthesis—A case study with Clostridium kluyveri
C Koch, A Kuchenbuch, F Kracke, PV Bernhardt, J Krömer, F Harnisch
Bioelectrochemistry 118, 114-122, 2017
In situ electrochemical H 2 production for efficient and stable power-to-gas electromethanogenesis
F Kracke, JS Deutzmann, W Gu, AM Spormann
Green Chemistry 22 (18), 6194-6203, 2020
Metabolic network analysis of microbial methane utilization for biomass formation and upgrading to bio-fuels
NJH Averesch, F Kracke
Frontiers in Energy Research 6, 106, 2018
Quantitative analysis of aromatics for synthetic biology using liquid chromatography
B Lai, MR Plan, NJH Averesch, S Yu, F Kracke, N Lekieffre, S Bydder, ...
Biotechnology Journal 12 (1), 1600269, 2017
Microbial electron transport and energy conservation–the foundation for optimizing bioelectrochemical systems. Front Microbiol 2015; 6: 1–18
F Kracke, I Vassilev, JO Krömer
Designing a Zn–Ag Catalyst Matrix and Electrolyzer System for CO2 Conversion to CO and Beyond
S Lamaison, D Wakerley, F Kracke, T Moore, L Zhou, DU Lee, L Wang, ...
Advanced Materials 34 (1), 2103963, 2022
Efficient hydrogen delivery for microbial electrosynthesis via 3D-printed cathodes
F Kracke, JS Deutzmann, BS Jayathilake, SH Pang, S Chandrasekaran, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 12, 2021
Understanding extracellular electron transport of industrial microorganisms and optimization for production application
F Kracke
Biocatalytic Formation of Novel Polyesters with para-Hydroxyphenyl groups in the Backbone-Engineering Cupriavidus necator for production of high-performance materials from CO2 …
NJH Averesch, VE Pane, F Kracke, M Ziesack, SN Nangle, PA Silver, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
Developing reactors for electrifying bio-methanation: a perspective from bio-electrochemistry
BS Jayathilake, S Chandrasekaran, MC Freyman, JS Deutzmann, ...
Sustainable Energy & Fuels 6 (5), 1249-1263, 2022
Reactor Development for Electrifying Bio-Methanation
B Jayathilake, S Chandrasekaran, MC Freyman, SH Pang, F Kracke, ...
ECS Meeting Abstracts, 1865, 2021
Single Stage Reactors for Electrifying Bio-Methanation
BS Jayathilake, SH Pang, S Chandrasekaran, MC Freyman, ...
ECS Meeting Abstracts, 1245, 2021
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