Saccharification and liquefaction of cassava starch: an alternative source for the production of bioethanol using amylolytic enzymes by double fermentation process

@inproceedings{Pervez2014SaccharificationAL,
  title={Saccharification and liquefaction of cassava starch: an alternative source for the production of bioethanol using amylolytic enzymes by double fermentation process},
  author={Sidra Pervez and Afsheen Aman and Samina Iqbal and Nadir Naveed Siddiqui and Shah Ali Ul Qader},
  booktitle={BMC biotechnology},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Cassava starch is considered as a potential source for the commercial production of bioethanol because of its availability and low market price. It can be used as a basic source to support large-scale biological production of bioethanol using microbial amylases. With the progression and advancement in enzymology, starch liquefying and saccharifying enzymes are preferred for the conversion of complex starch polymer into various valuable metabolites. These hydrolytic enzymes can… CONTINUE READING
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