Considering water availability and the effect of solute concentration on high solids saccharification of lignocellulosic biomass.

@article{Selig2012ConsideringWA,
  title={Considering water availability and the effect of solute concentration on high solids saccharification of lignocellulosic biomass.},
  author={Michael Joseph Selig and Chia-wen C Hsieh and Lisbeth Garbrecht Thygesen and Michael E. Himmel and Claus Felby and Stephen R Decker},
  journal={Biotechnology progress},
  year={2012},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={
          1478-90
        }
}
Milliliter scale (ligno)cellulose saccharifications suggest general solute concentration and its impact on water availability plays a significant role in detrimental effects associated with high solids lignocellulose conversions. A microtumbler developed to enable free-fall mixing at dry solids loadings up to 35% (w/w) repeatedly produced known detrimental conversion trends on cellulose, xylan and pretreated lignocellulose with commercial enzymes. Despite this, high concentrations of insoluble… CONTINUE READING
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