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Biodegradation of nicosulfuron by a Talaromyces flavus LZM1.
Zymomonas mobilis: a novel platform for future biorefineries
This review will present some guidelines for future developments in the bio-based chemical production using Z. mobilis as a novel industrial platform for future biofineries based on consideration of future biomass biorefinery.
Production of a lignocellulolytic enzyme system for simultaneous bio-delignification and saccharification of corn stover employing co-culture of fungi.
Open fermentative production of fuel ethanol from food waste by an acid-tolerant mutant strain of Zymomonas mobilis.
Optimization of culture conditions for violacein production by a new strain of Duganella sp. B2
Isolation and characterization of a novel cinosulfuron degrading Kurthia sp. from a methanogenic microbial consortium.
Lysinibacillus halotolerans sp. nov., isolated from saline-alkaline soil.
Based on the DNA-DNA hybridization results and phenotypic, phylogenetic and chemotaxonomic properties, strain LAM612(T) could be distinguished from the recognized species of the genus Lysinibacillus, and was suggested to represent a novel species of this genus.
Highly efficient production of optically pure l-lactic acid from corn stover hydrolysate by thermophilic Bacillus coagulans.
Characterization of a Highly Thermostable and Organic Solvent-Tolerant Copper-Containing Polyphenol Oxidase with Dye-Decolorizing Ability from Kurthia huakuii LAM0618T
LaclK was characterized a novel thermostable and organic solvent-tolerant copper-containing polyphenol oxidase possessing dye-decolorizing ability and unusual properties that make LaclK an alternative for industrial applications, particularly processes that require high-temperature conditions.
Nicosulfuron Biodegradation by a Novel Cold-Adapted Strain Oceanisphaera psychrotolerans LAM-WHM-ZC.
- Shan Zhou, Jin-long Song, Zhiyong Ruan
- Chemistry, MedicineJournal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 14 November 2017
A cold-adapted strain Oceanisphaera psychrotolerans LAM-WHM-ZC is reported, which efficiently degrades nicosulfuron over a wide range of temperatures (5 to 40 °C).