Determinants on an efficient cellulase recycling process for the production of bioethanol from recycled paper sludge under high solid loadings

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Gomes, Daniel; Gama, Miguel; Domingues, Lucília;
(2018)
  • Publisher: BMC
  • Journal: Biotechnology for Biofuels,volume 11 (issn: 1754-6834, eissn: 1754-6834)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC5901881, doi: 10.1186/s13068-018-1103-2
  • Subject: Cellulosic bioethanol | Enzyme activity phase distribution | Biotechnology | Enzyme thermostability | Science & Technology | Fuel | Cellulase recycling | Process intensification | TP315-360 | Recycled paper sludge | Research | TP248.13-248.65

Background: In spite of the continuous efforts and investments in the last decades, lignocellulosic ethanol is still not economically competitive with fossil fuels. Optimization is still required in different parts of the process. Namely, the cost effective usage of enz... View more
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