Items Tagged “Deconstruction”

The highly complex sugarcane genome has finally been sequenced

JBEI was one of the partners in this work led by CIRAD.

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All in the Family: Focused Genomic Comparisons

Genus-wide Aspergillus project by JGI and JBEI highlights new functional genome annotation methods.

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To Find New Biofuel Enzymes, It Can Take a Microbial Village

JBEI-led study unveils new source of robust cellulases in compost

Tags: Deconstruction, Microbial And Enzyme Discovery

Study speeds transformation of biofuel waste into useful chemicals,

JBEI's Feedstocks Division collaborated with Sandia National Laboratories in a study that looked into efficient ways to turn discarded plant matter into chemicals. 

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JBEI Paper Among PLOS ONE Top 10% Most Cited Articles

“A Thermophilic Ionic liquid-tolerant Cellulase Cocktail for the Production of Cellulosic Biofuels” was published in 2012.

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Could This Enzyme Help Turn Biofuel Waste into Something Useful?

Joint BioEnergy Institute study targets LigM for its role in breaking down aromatic pollutants.

Tags: Deconstruction, Enzyme Optimization

Enzyme shows promise for efficiently converting plant biomass to biofuels, reports on JBEI finding from the Microbial Communities Group.

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Scientists Harness CO2 to Consolidate Biofuel Production Process

JBEI scientists have shown that adding carbon dioxide gas during the deconstruction phase of biofuel production successfully neutralized the toxicity of ionic liquids. The technique, which is reversible, allows the liquid to be recycled, representing a major step forward in streamlining the biofuel production process.

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One-Stop Shop for Biofuels

JBEI's Seema Singh and Blake Simmons led the development of a “high-gravity” one-pot process for producing ethanol from cellulosic biomass that gives unprecedented yields while minimizing water use and waste disposal. “High gravity” means high biomass loading - the higher the biomass loading, the lower the costs for converting it to fuels.

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