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- Casella, Sergio, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Annals of microbiology 2014 v.64 no.4 pp. 1807-1818
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae; acids; bioethanol; carbon; ethanol; ethanol production; fermentation; fossil fuels; genetic engineering; grape pomace; industrial applications; lignocellulose; nutrients; osmolality; solar radiation; sugars; temperature; yeasts
- ... Bioethanol from lignocellulose is an attractive alternative to fossil fuels, and Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the most important ethanol producer. However, yeast cells are challenged by various environmental stresses during ethanol production on an industrial scale, and robust strains with a high tolerance to inhibitors, temperature and osmolality are needed for the effective feasibility of lignoce ...
- Casella, Sergio, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Annals of microbiology 2014 v.64 no.1 pp. 321-331
- Enterococcus faecium; anti-infective agents; cheese whey; cheesemaking; cheeses; chemical composition; culture media; enterocins; industrial applications; inorganic salts; manufacturing; nitrogen; secretion; skim milk; sugars; temperature
- ... The production of bacteriocins from cheap substrates could be useful for many food industrial applications. This study aimed at determining the conditions needed for optimal production of enterocins SD1, SD2, SD3 and SD4 secreted by Enterococcus faecium strains SD1, SD2, SD3 and SD4, respectively. To our knowledge, this is the first use of cheese whey—a low-cost milk by-product—as a substrate for ...