axjonovAlex / 15.01.2020
Although present in cellulosic hydrolyzates, the disaccharide cellobiose is Both these genes are present in C. glutamicum R., but are absent from other strains. The extracellular degradation of cellulose results in the formation of soluble oligosaccharides, including cellotetraose, cellotriose and cellobiose, which are.
phosphide in the one-pot conversion of cellulose/cellobiose to sorbitol. The low -angle XRD patterns (2θ =◦–◦) are shown in Figure 1a,b.
Cellobiose is a disaccharide with two units of glucose linked by a β-1,4 glycosidic bond. In S. scabies, cellobiose and cellotriose inhibit the DNA-binding ability of CebR, leading to an increased expression of the thaxtomin. The successful integration of cellobiose and xylose fermentation pathways in yeast is a critical step towards enabling economic biofuel.
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