Enzymatic hydrolysis of steam-exploded and ethanol organosolv-pretreated Douglas-Firby novel and commercial fungal cellulases.

@article{Kurabi2005EnzymaticHO,
  title={Enzymatic hydrolysis of steam-exploded and ethanol organosolv-pretreated Douglas-Firby novel and commercial fungal cellulases.},
  author={Arwa Kurabi and AaronM. Berlin and Neil R. Gilkes and Douglas G. Kilburn and Renata Bura and Jamie M. Robinson and Aleksandr L. Markov and Anton Skomarovsky and Aleksandr M. Gusakov and Oleg N Okunev and Arkady Panteleimonovich Sinitsyn and David L Gregg and Dan Xie and John N Saddler},
  journal={Applied biochemistry and biotechnology},
  year={2005},
  volume={121-124},
  pages={
          219-30
        }
}
Softwood residues are the most abundant feedstock available for bioconversion in many northern countries. However, the high costs for delignification and enzymatic hydrolysis currently deter commercialization of softwood bioconversion processes. This study evaluates the abilities of two novel fungal preparations (MSUBC1 and MSUBC2) and two commercial cellulase preparations (TR1 and TR2) to hydrolyze cellulose in Douglas-firpretreated by steam explosion or ethanol organosolv process. MSUBC1… CONTINUE READING
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