1
Ho Nancy W Y, Tsao George T: Levures de recombinaison utilisees pour faire fermenter efficacement du glucose et du xylose, Recombinant yeasts for effective fermentation of glucose and xylose. Purdue Research Foundation, Purdue Research Foundation, SMART & BIGGAR, May 18, 1995: CA2176038 (1 worldwide citation)

Described are recombinant yeasts containing genes encoding xylose reductase, xyl itol dehydrogenase and xylulokinase, and DNA molecules, vectors and methods useful for producing such yeasts. The recombinant yeasts effectively ferment xylose to ethanol, and preferred yeasts are capable of simultaneou ...


2
Ho Nancy W Y, Tsao George T: Recombinant yeasts for effective fermentation of glucose and xylose. Purdue Research Foundation, August 28, 1996: EP0728192-A1

Described are recombinant yeasts containing genes encoding xylose reductase, xylitol dehydrogenase and xylulokinase, and DNA molecules, vectors and methods useful for producing such yeasts. The recombinant yeasts effectively ferment xylose to ethanol, and preferred yeasts are capable of simultaneous ...


3
Ho Nancy W Y, Chen Zheng Dao: Stable recombinant yeasts for fermenting xylose to ethanol. Purdue Research Foundation, March 3, 1999: EP0898616-A1

Described are recombinant yeast which ferment xylose to ethanol and which maintain their ability to do so when cultured for numerous generations in non-selective media. The preferred yeast contain multiple copies of integrated genes encoding xylose reductase, xylitol dehydrogenase, and xylulokinase ...


4
Ho Nancy W Y, Tsao George T: Recombinant yeasts for effective fermentation of glucose and xylose. Purdue Research Foundation, GANDY Kenneth A, May 18, 1995: WO/1995/013362

Described are recombinant yeasts containing genes encoding xylose reductase, xylitol dehydrogenase and xylulokinase, and DNA molecules, vectors and methods useful for producing such yeasts. The recombinant yeasts effectively ferment xylose to ethanol, and preferred yeasts are capable of simultaneous ...


5
Ho Nancy W Y, Chen Zheng Dao: Stable recombinant yeasts for fermenting xylose to ethanol. Purdue Research Foundation, Ho Nancy W Y, Chen Zheng Dao, GANDY Kenneth A, November 13, 1997: WO/1997/042307

Described are recombinant yeast which ferment xylose to ethanol and which maintain their ability to do so when cultured for numerous generations in non-selective media. The preferred yeast contain multiple copies of integrated genes encoding xylose reductase, xylitol dehydrogenase, and xylulokinase ...


6
Ho Nancy W Y, Chen Zheng Dao: Stable recombinant yeast for fermenting xylose to ethanol. Purdue Res Found, July 9, 2009: JP2009-148277

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a more stable enzyme for simultaneously fermenting xylose and glucose to ethanol, and to provide a method for producing integrants having more copy numbers.SOLUTION: The method for repeatedly integrating ten or more copies of exogenous DNA into a repeated chromosome ...



Click the thumbnails below to visualize the patent trend.