Recovery of enzymes from the insoluble residue of hydrolyzed wood
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During the enzymatic hydrolysis of steam-exploded wood, enzymes are adsorbed on both the cellulosic and noncellulosic components. Significant amounts of enzymes are recovered from the spent hydrolysis residue, which consists mostly of lignin, by neutralizing the pH from 4.5, the optimum for hydrolysis.
Index entriesRecovery of insoluble wood enzymes enzymes, recovery from insoluble wood residue insoluble residue, of hydrolyzed wood, recovery of enzymes from residue, of hydrolyzed wood, recovery of enzymes from hydrolyzed wood, recovery of enzymes from wood, recovery of insoluble enzymes from hydrolyzed residue of
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