ENHANCED ENZYMATIC CONVERSION AND GLUCOSE PRODUCTION VIA TWO-STEP ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS OF CORNCOB RESIDUE FROM XYLO-OLIGOSACCHARIDES PRODUCER ' S WASTE

@inproceedings{Ouyang2009ENHANCEDEC,
  title={ENHANCED ENZYMATIC CONVERSION AND GLUCOSE PRODUCTION VIA TWO-STEP ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS OF CORNCOB RESIDUE FROM XYLO-OLIGOSACCHARIDES PRODUCER ' S WASTE},
  author={Jia Ouyang and Zhongqiao Li and Xin Li and Hanjie Ying and Qiang Yong},
  year={2009}
}
A study was conducted to investigate the hydrolysis of cellulose-enriched corncob residue, a cellulosic waste from the xylo-oligosaccharides industry, by two processes. The corncob residue was hydrolyzed by cellulases via direct hydrolysis and two-step hydrolysis. Cellulases were produced by Trichoderma reesei RutC-30 with kraft pulp as the substrate. When the cellulase dosage was above 8 FPU•g-1 of corncob residue and the corncob residue concentration was 3%, over 90% hydrolysis yield and 49… CONTINUE READING
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