The promoting effect of byproducts from Irpex lacteus on subsequent enzymatic hydrolysis of bio-pretreated cornstalks

@inproceedings{Du2011ThePE,
  title={The promoting effect of byproducts from Irpex lacteus on subsequent enzymatic hydrolysis of bio-pretreated cornstalks},
  author={Wanqing Du and Hongbo Yu and Lili Song and Ji Zhang and Changlong Weng and Fuying Ma and Xiaoyu Zhang},
  booktitle={Biotechnology for biofuels},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Irpex lacteus, a versatile lignin-degrading fungus with various extracellular enzymes, has been widely used for biological pretreatment. However, most studies have focused on the change of substrate structure after biological pretreatment, and the effect of these changes on the enzymatic hydrolysis, but the effect of byproducts from biological pretreatment process on subsequent enzymatic hydrolysis is not well understood. METHODS We developed a biological pretreatment process with… CONTINUE READING
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