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Conversion of a high‐solids saccharified corn mash to ethanol by continuous fermentation and stripping was successfully demonstrated in a pilot plant consuming 25 kg of corn per day. A mathematical model based on previous pilot plant results accurately predicts the specific growth rate obtained...
A fermentation process employing precursor‐directed biosynthesis is being developed for the manufacture of 6‐deoxyerythronolide B (6‐dEB) analogues. Through a plasmid‐based system in Streptomyces coelicolor, 6‐dEB synthesis is catalyzed by 6‐dEB synthase (DEBS). 6‐dEB synthesis is...
A simple method based on UV spectra was developed for the estimation of total furans (furfural and hydroxymethylfurfural) in hemicellulose hydrolysates. UV spectra of hemicellulose hydrolysate contained a single dominant peak at around 278 nm. Approximately two‐thirds of this peak can be...
Chromatographic data pertaining to the enantioseparation of L‐ and D‐phenylalanine anilide (PA) on a polymeric stationary phase imprinted with L‐PA were studied from the viewpoints of phase equilibrium, mass transfer kinetics, and the thermodynamic properties of this enantiomeric separation...
Decorin‐binding lipoprotein, lpp‐DBP, a bacterial surface adhesin, shows promise as a vaccine against Lyme disease. It is expressed in recombinant E. coli as an undesirable 20.5 KDa apoprotein that is subsequently lipidated in vivo to the desired 22 KDa lpp‐DBP form. This study defines...
The rapid inactivation of 3‐HBA‐6‐hydroxylase by 100 μM diethylpyrocarbonate or 40 μM N‐bromosuccinimide and protection offered by the substrate, 3‐hydroxybenzoate, against these chemical modifications implicate the involvement of histidine and tryptophan in the catalytic activity of...
Yarrowia lipolytica is a potentially useful host for heterologous protein production. To develop an efficient culture method for high cell density cultivation and heterologous gene expression of Y. lipolytica, the effects of medium components and their concentrations on the growth of Y....
Cytochrome P450 enzymes catalyze a vast array of oxidative and reductive biotransformations that are potentially useful for industrial and pharmaceutical syntheses. Factors such as cofactor utilization and slow reaction rates for nonnatural substrates limit their large‐scale usefulness. This...
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