Engineering a wild-type diploid Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain for second-generation bioethanol production

@inproceedings{Li2016EngineeringAW,
  title={Engineering a wild-type diploid Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain for second-generation bioethanol production},
  author={Hongxing Li and Yu Shen and Meiling Wu and Jin Hou and Chunlei Jiao and Zailu Li and Xinli Liu and Xiaoming Bao},
  booktitle={Bioresources and bioprocessing},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND The cost-effective production of second-generation bioethanol, which is made from lignocellulosic materials, has to face the following two problems: co-fermenting xylose with glucose and enhancing the strain's tolerance to lignocellulosic inhibitors. Based on our previous study, the wild-type diploid Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain BSIF with robustness and good xylose metabolism genetic background was used as a chassis for constructing efficient xylose-fermenting industrial strains… CONTINUE READING
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