Toxicity of hardwood extractives toward Saccharomyces cerevisiae glucose fermentation.
Biotechnol Lett. 1997; 19:1125-27
Ranatunga TD, Jervis J, McMillan JD, Hatzis C. Biotechnol Lett. 1997; 19:1125-27
Some potential biomass crops contain secondary metabolites that are toxic to the microorganisms used to break their constituents down into biofuel. This study identified toxins in hardwood inhibitory towards Saccharomyces cerevisae glucose fermentation. Identification and elimination of such compounds by genetic methods is a priority...
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