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- Bennett, Joseph P., et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Biotechnology for biofuels 2018 v.11 no.1 pp. 166
- Asticcacaulis; Bacteroidetes; Ciliophora; Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy; biodegradation; biomass; biosphere; carbohydrate binding; carbon; cellulases; composts; feedstocks; functional diversity; fungi; genes; lignocellulose; liquids; mass spectrometry; metabolism; microbial communities; phylogeny; proteins; proteomics; transcriptomics; wheat straw
- ... BACKGROUND: Lignocellulose is one of the most abundant forms of fixed carbon in the biosphere. Current industrial approaches to the degradation of lignocellulose employ enzyme mixtures, usually from a single fungal species, which are only effective in hydrolyzing polysaccharides following biomass pre-treatments. While the enzymatic mechanisms of lignocellulose degradation have been characterized i ...
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- Bennett, Joseph P., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Marine genomics 2016 v.28 pp. 29-31
- bacteria; bioremediation; carotenoids; genes; heavy metals; nucleotide sequences; petroleum; seawater; sequence analysis; trinitrotoluene; Malaysia
- ... Roseivirga sp. strain D-25 is an aerobic marine bacterium isolated from seawater collected from Desaru beach, Malaysia. To date, the genus Roseivirga consists of only four species with no genome sequence reported. Here, we present the genome sequence of Roseivirga sp. strain D-25 (=KCTC 42709=DSM 101709), with a genome size of approximately 4.08Mbp and G+C content of 39.18%. Genome sequence analys ...