Chuan Ren

Zhanglin Lin2
Tingjian Chen1
2Zhanglin Lin
1Tingjian Chen
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BACKGROUND Xylose is a second most abundant sugar component of lignocellulose besides glucose. Efficient fermentation of xylose is important for the economics of biomass-based biorefineries. However, sugar mixtures are sequentially consumed in xylose co-fermentation with glucose due to carbon catabolite repression (CCR) in microorganisms. As xylose(More)
In directed evolution, a high-throughput screening system is often a prerequisite for sampling the enzyme variants. When the target enzyme is expressed intracellularly, for example when Escherichia coli is used as the host, chemical or enzymatic disruption of cell membrane is often required in many cases, which can be tedious, time-consuming, and costly. In(More)
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