Tapping the Bioactivity Potential of Residual Stream from Its Pretreatments May Be a Green Strategy for Low-Cost Bioconversion of Rice Straw

@inproceedings{Chen2018TappingTB,
  title={Tapping the Bioactivity Potential of Residual Stream from Its Pretreatments May Be a Green Strategy for Low-Cost Bioconversion of Rice Straw},
  author={Xingxuan Chen and Xiahui Wang and Yiyun Xue and Tian-Ao Zhang and Jiajun Hu and Yiu Fai 曾耀輝 Tsang and Min-Tian Gao},
  booktitle={Applied biochemistry and biotechnology},
  year={2018}
}
In this study, it was found that the residual stream from pretreatments of rice straw exhibited high antioxidant activity. Assays based on the Folin–Ciocalteu colorimetric method confirmed that the residual stream contained large amounts of phenolic compounds. Three antioxidant assays were employed to evaluate the bioactivity of the residual stream. Strong linear correlations existed among the release of phenolic compounds, saccharification efficiency, and antioxidant activity. The alkaline… CONTINUE READING
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