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(2014-08-08)The global demand for green technology has created a need to search for microbes that can play an active role in advancing a greener and cleaner future. Microbial enzymes are nature’s keys to life and their efficiency, ...
Xylanase superproducer : genome sequence of a compost-loving thermophilic fungus, thermomyces lanuginosus strain SSBP (American Society for Microbiologyhttp://genomea.asm.org/, 2013-06-20)We report here the draft genome sequence of Thermomyces lanuginosus strain SSBP, which was isolated from soil in South Africa. This fungus produces the largest amount of xylanase ever reported in the literature.
(2011)Kluyveromyces sp. have adapted to existence in milk due to the evolution of permeabilisation and hydrolytic systems that allow the utilisation of lactose, the sugar most abundant in milk. Lactose hydrolysis, to equimolar ...