Lipid production from hemicellulose hydrolysate and acetic acid by Lipomyces starkeyi and the ability of yeast to metabolize inhibitors

Lipid production from hemicellulose hydrolysate and acetic acid by Lipomyces starkeyi and the ability of yeast to metabolize inhibitors

M. C. A. Xavier, A. L. V. Coradini, A. C. Deckmann, T. T. Franco

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Sugarcane bagasse (SCB) represents a potentially less expensive and renewable source of fermentable sugars that can be converted into biofuels and chemicals. Microbial conversion of the hemicellulose fraction is essential for increased biofuel production, and microorganisms able to overcome the...

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Lipid production from hemicellulose hydrolysate and acetic acid by Lipomyces starkeyi and the ability of yeast to metabolize inhibitors

M. C. A. Xavier, A. L. V. Coradini, A. C. Deckmann, T. T. Franco


										

Lipid production from hemicellulose hydrolysate and acetic acid by Lipomyces starkeyi and the ability of yeast to metabolize inhibitors

M. C. A. Xavier, A. L. V. Coradini, A. C. Deckmann, T. T. Franco

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    Biochemical engineering journal

    Vol. 118 (Feb., 2017), p. 11-19