Promising Biofuel Made From Commercial Yeasts Upgraded With A New Enzyme

Sunday, March 8, 2009 - 22:21 in Mathematics & Economics

Scientist have discovered a new enzyme which teaches yeast cells to ferment xylose into ethanol. Xylose is an unused waste sugar in the cellulosic ethanol production process.

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