Technological trends, global market, and challenges of bio-ethanol production.

@article{Mussatto2010TechnologicalTG,
  title={Technological trends, global market, and challenges of bio-ethanol production.},
  author={Solange I. Mussatto and Giuliano Dragone and Pedro M. R. Guimar{\~a}es and Jo{\~a}o Paulo A. Silva and Livia Melo Carneiro and In{\^e}s Conceiç{\~a}o Roberto and Ant{\'o}nio Augusto Vicente and Luc{\'i}lia Domingues and Jos{\'e} Ant{\'o}nio Couto Teixeira},
  journal={Biotechnology advances},
  year={2010},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={
          817-30
        }
}

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