Enzymatic conversions of starch.

@article{Tomasik2012EnzymaticCO,
  title={Enzymatic conversions of starch.},
  author={Piotr Tomasik and Derek Horton},
  journal={Advances in carbohydrate chemistry and biochemistry},
  year={2012},
  volume={68},
  pages={
          59-436
        }
}
This article surveys methods for the enzymatic conversion of starch, involving hydrolases and nonhydrolyzing enzymes, as well as the role of microorganisms producing such enzymes. The sources of the most common enzymes are listed. These starch conversions are also presented in relation to their applications in the food, pharmaceutical, pulp, textile, and other branches of industry. Some sections are devoted to the fermentation of starch to ethanol and other products, and to the production of… CONTINUE READING
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