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- Pacheco, Thályta F., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Yeast 2019 v.36 no.5 pp. 349-361
- Candida tropicalis; acetic acid; aerobic conditions; biomass; food industry; hydrolysates; inoculum; nitrogen; pH; pharmaceutical industry; sugarcane; sugarcane bagasse; temperature; urea; xylitol; xylose; yeasts
- ... Xylitol is a building block for a variety of chemical commodities, besides being widely used as a sugar substitute in the food and pharmaceutical industries. The aim of this work was to develop a microbial process for xylitol production using sugarcane bagasse hydrolysate as substrate. In this context, 218 non‐Saccharomyces yeast strains were screened by growth on steam‐exploded sugarcane bagasse ...
- Pacheco, Thályta F., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Journal of chromatography 2019 v.1589 pp. 56-64
- arabitol; biodiesel; biotransformation; detection limit; equations; erythritol; galactitol; glycerol; high performance liquid chromatography; hydrophilic interaction chromatography; light scattering; mannitol; markets; microorganisms; raw materials; sorbitol; stereoisomers; temperature; ultra-performance liquid chromatography; value added; xylitol
- ... The recent increase in the production of crude glycerin through the manufacture of biodiesel has imputed a commercial issue, the excess of this raw material in the market and its constant devaluation, which resulted in the need for new technologies for its use. Crude glycerin can be used in biotechnological processes for the production of high value-added compounds. This study presents novel, simp ...
- Pacheco, Thályta F., et al. Show all 26 Authors
- Thenew phytologist 2018 v.218 no.1 pp. 81-93
- Brachypodium distachyon; RNA interference; Setaria viridis; acyl coenzyme A; animal nutrition; arabinose; arabinoxylan; biofuels; biomass production; biorefining; cell walls; crops; digestibility; evolution; genes; grasses; lignin; models; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; saccharification; stems; transferases
- ... Feruloylation of arabinoxylan (AX) in grass cell walls is a key determinant of recalcitrance to enzyme attack, making it a target for improvement of grass crops, and of interest in grass evolution. Definitive evidence on the genes responsible is lacking so we studied a candidate gene that we identified within the BAHD acyl‐CoA transferase family. We used RNA interference (RNAi) silencing of orthol ...
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