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We demonstrate direct ethanol fermentation from amorphous cellulose using cellulase‐co‐expressing yeast. Endoglucanases (EG) and cellobiohydrolases (CBH) from Trichoderma reesei, and ॆ‐glucosidases (BGL) from Aspergillus aculeatus were integrated into genomes of the yeast strain...
Chemical recycling of bio‐based polymers polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) by thermal degradation was investigated from the viewpoint of biorefinery. The thermal degradation resulted in successful transformation of PHAs into vinyl monomers using alkali earth compound (AEC) catalysts....
Organophosphorus compounds (OPs) such as pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides are highly toxic but are nevertheless extensively used worldwide. To detect OPs, we constructed a yeast strain that co‐displays organophosphorus hydrolase (OPH) and enhanced green fluorescent protein (EGFP) on the...
Cover illustration:Asia Pacific Biochemical Engineering. This special issue highlights advances in biotechnology presented at the 9th Asia Pacific Biochemical Engineering Conference (APBioChEC), held in Kobe, Japan, in November 2009. Articles cover biochips, advances in biochemical engineering...
Meeting report of the Asia Pacific Biochemical Engineering Conference APBioChEC'09Meeting Preview: 1st Asian Congress on Biotechnology 2011Analytica AsiaAchemaAsia 2010
The immobilization conditions of commercial ketoreductase for continuous enantioselective reduction in the gas‐phase reaction were investigated with respect to the immobilization efficiency (residual activity and protein loading) and the gas‐phase reaction efficiency (initial reaction rate,...
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