Beta-glucosidase coating on polymer nanofibers for improved cellulosic ethanol production.

@article{Lee2010BetaglucosidaseCO,
  title={Beta-glucosidase coating on polymer nanofibers for improved cellulosic ethanol production.},
  author={Sang-Hyub Lee and Li Hua Jin and Jae Hyun Kim and Sung Ok Han and Hyon Bin Na and Taeghwan Hyeon and Young Woo Koo and Jungbae Kim and Jung-heon Lee},
  journal={Bioprocess and biosystems engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={
          141-7
        }
}
Beta-glucosidase (betaG) can relieve the product inhibition of cellobiose in the cellulosic ethanol production by converting cellobiose into glucose. For the potential recycled uses, betaG was immobilized and stabilized in the form of enzyme coating on polymer nanofibers. The betaG coating (EC-betaG) was fabricated by crosslinking additional betaG molecules onto covalently attached betaG molecules (CA-betaG) via glutaraldehyde treatment. The initial activity of EC-betaG was 36 times higher than… CONTINUE READING
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