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Amazonian Enzyme Could Boost Ethanol Fuel Production

News   May 16, 2018 | Original Press Release From FAPESP

 
Amazonian Enzyme Could Boost Ethanol Fuel Production

Protein encoded by gene found in microorganisms living in Amazon lake could boost action of enzyme cocktail required for saccharification of sugarcane bagasse, a crucial part of the 2G ethanol production process (Credit: Amazon beta-glucosidase/ Mario Tyago Murakami

 
 
 

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