Cellulases without carbohydrate-binding modules in high consistency ethanol production process

@inproceedings{Pakarinen2014CellulasesWC,
  title={Cellulases without carbohydrate-binding modules in high consistency ethanol production process},
  author={Annukka Pakarinen and Mai \Ostergaard Haven and Demi T Djajadi and Anik{\'o} V{\'a}rnai and Terhi Puranen and Liisa Viikari},
  booktitle={Biotechnology for biofuels},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Enzymes still comprise a major part of ethanol production costs from lignocellulose raw materials. Irreversible binding of enzymes to the residual substrate prevents their reuse and no efficient methods for recycling of enzymes have so far been presented. Cellulases without a carbohydrate-binding module (CBM) have been found to act efficiently at high substrate consistencies and to remain non-bound after the hydrolysis. RESULTS High hydrolysis yields could be obtained with… CONTINUE READING

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