Part of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies Symposium Series book series (FEMS, volume 69)
Aspergillus Enzymes and Industrial Uses
Industrial enzymes have recently been reviewed by Berka et al. (1992) and Bigelis (1992). These reviews offer excellent and detailed information on most industrial applications of Aspergillus enzymes.
KeywordsGluconic Acid Aspergillus Oryzae Industrial Enzyme Aspergillus Terreus Glucose Isomerase
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