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- Mistry, Sanjay Ratilal, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Applied microbiology and biotechnology 2019 v.103 no.2 pp. 1031-1042
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae; acetic acid; byproducts; energy; engineering; ethanol; ethanol production; fermentation; glycerol; molasses; osmolarity; osmotolerance; renewable energy sources; structural genes; sugarcane; synergism; yeasts
- ... The ever-increasing demand of energy has made it imperative to increase the production of renewable fuels like ethanol. Many studies have reported increase in ethanol production by reducing fermentation by-products like glycerol. Deletion of structural genes like gpd1and gpd2 leads to an increase in ethanol by reducing glycerol; however, it makes the yeast osmosensitive that is not desirable for i ...