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by Gary F. Leatham,Michael E. Himmel

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  • ISBN 0841219958
  • ISBN13 978-0841219953
  • Language English
  • Author Gary F. Leatham,Michael E. Himmel
  • Publisher American Chemical Society; 1 edition (May 5, 1991)
  • Pages 536
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  • Category Engineering
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Offering recent worldwide developments, internationally known scientists report on enzymes that are potentially important to large-scale commercial biochemical processes, including fuel and chemical feedstock production, pulp and paper processing, waste degradation and processing, and food processing. Chapters cover basic knowledge of what enzymes are available, what their properties are, and how best to use them. Describes specific enzyme applications, methods of enzyme production, and characteristics of individual enzymes. Among the methods for producing and recovering enzymes described are enzyme cloning, liquid fermentation, enzyme immobilization, and enzyme cross-linking. Also presents alternate viewpoints on the question of lignin degradation and other controversial subjects.

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In Enzymes in Biomass Conversion, (M. E. Himmel and G. F. Leatham, Ed., ACS Symposium Series 460,Chapter 34, pp. 437-449. American Chemical Society, Washington. In book: Enzymes in Biomass Conversion, Chapter: Comparison of Endolytic Hydrolases that Depolymerise 1,4-ß-D-Mannan, 1,5-α-L-Arabinan and 1,4-ß-D-Galactan. Cite this publication.

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To date, the CELL Division has sponsored 55 books in the ACS Symposium Series since 1975. Our books cover fundamental science, engineering and technology of cellulose and renewable materials.

Enzymes in biomass conversion by Gary F. Leatham, Michael E. Himmel, May 20, 1998, An American Chemical .

Are you sure you want to remove Enzymes in Biomass Conversion (Acs Symposium Series) from your list? Enzymes in Biomass Conversion (Acs Symposium Series). by Gary F. Himmel. Published May 20, 1998 by An American Chemical Society Publication.

Enzymes in Biomass Conversion book. Discusses characterization of new hydrolytic enzymes. Focuses on lignocellulosic biomass conversion technology. Presents new microorganisms and fermentation techniques. Format Hardback 480 pages.

Enzymes in Biomass Conversion Oxford Academ 9780841219953 : In nearly 40 papers from an April 1990 symposium at the American Chemical Society meeting in Boston, contributors from universitie. 30 Серия: Acs symposium series Иллюстрации: Illustrations, index Размер: 234 x 156 x 35 Читательская аудитория: Professional & vocational Рейтинг