Investigation of hemicellulosic hydrolysate inhibitor resistance and fermentation strategies to overcome inhibition in non-saccharomyces species

Investigation of hemicellulosic hydrolysate inhibitor resistance and fermentation strategies to overcome inhibition in non-saccharomyces species

L. B. Soares, C. I. D. G. Bonan, L. E. Biazi, S. R. Dionísio, M. L. Bonatelli, A. L. D. Andrade, E. C. Renzano, A. C. Costa, J. L. Ienczak

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Sugarcane bagasse, residue of first-generation ethanol fermentation, is a rich substrate for the second-generation (2G) ethanol. However, the processes used to release sugars from such material produce inhibitory compounds. The present study aims to elucidate the effects of inhibitory compounds...

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Investigation of hemicellulosic hydrolysate inhibitor resistance and fermentation strategies to overcome inhibition in non-saccharomyces species

L. B. Soares, C. I. D. G. Bonan, L. E. Biazi, S. R. Dionísio, M. L. Bonatelli, A. L. D. Andrade, E. C. Renzano, A. C. Costa, J. L. Ienczak


										

Investigation of hemicellulosic hydrolysate inhibitor resistance and fermentation strategies to overcome inhibition in non-saccharomyces species

L. B. Soares, C. I. D. G. Bonan, L. E. Biazi, S. R. Dionísio, M. L. Bonatelli, A. L. D. Andrade, E. C. Renzano, A. C. Costa, J. L. Ienczak

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    Biomass & bioenergy

    Vol. 137 (June, 2020), n. art. 105549