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- Tsuge, Yota, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Applied microbiology and biotechnology 2016 v.100 no.6 pp. 2685-2692
- Corynebacterium glutamicum; Escherichia coli; NAD (coenzyme); NADP (coenzyme); biofuels; fermentation; furfural; furfuryl alcohol; gene deletion; genes; hydrolysates; lignocellulose; microbial growth; redox reactions; toxic substances
- ... Lignocellulosic hydrolysates contain compounds that inhibit microbial growth and fermentation, thereby decreasing the productivity of biofuel and biochemical production. In particular, the heterocyclic aldehyde furfural is one of the most toxic compounds found in these hydrolysates. We previously demonstrated that Corynebacterium glutamicum converts furfural into the less toxic compounds furfuryl ...
- Tsuge, Yota, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Bioresource technology 2016 v.216 pp. 830-837
- ambient temperature; carbon; carbon fibers; chemical oxygen demand; fermentation; lignin; methane; methane production; milling; nanofiltration; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; rice straw; textile fibers
- ... Rice straw was mechanically milled using a process consuming 1.9MJ/kg-biomass, and 10g/L of unmilled or milled rice straw was used as the carbon source for methane fermentation in a digester containing carbon fiber textile as the supporting material. Milling increased methane production from 226 to 419mL/L/day at an organic loading rate of 2180mg-dichromate chemical oxygen demand/L/day, correspond ...