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- Vereman, Jeroen, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Process biochemistry 2019 v.77 pp. 159-163
- Trichoderma reesei; foams; fungi; hydrophobins; liquids; mycelium; physicochemical properties; spaying; spray drying; storage quality; storage time; trehalose
- ... Hydrophobins are considered the strongest surface-active proteins from microbial origin. The amphiphilic proteins are produced by filamentous fungi and exhibit unique physicochemical properties. Self-assembly into membranes at hydrophobic-hydrophilic interfaces illustrate their unique properties, leading to a broad range of applications, from foam stabilization to protein immobilization. Due to in ...