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Nancy W Y Ho, George T Tsao: Recombinant yeasts for effective fermentation of glucose and xylose. Purdue Research Foundation, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, August 4, 1998: US05789210 (44 worldwide citation)

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 ...


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Nancy W Y Ho, Zheng Dao Chen: Stable recombinant yeasts for fermenting xylose to ethanol. Purdue Research Foundation, Mueting Raasch & Gebhardt P A, May 5, 2009: US07527927 (11 worldwide citation)

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 ...


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Nancy W Y Ho, Zheng Dao Chen: Stable recombinant yeasts for fermenting xylose to ethanol. Purdue Research Foundation, Mueting Raasch & Gebhardt P A, February 18, 2014: US08652772

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 ...


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Nancy W Y Ho: Glucose and xylose co-fermenting microorganism that expresses active glucoamylase. Tekkware, Louis Wu, January 17, 2017: US09546386

Provided are microorganisms, e.g., the Saccharomyces yeast, that have been made able to co-ferment xylose sugar-obtained from hydrolyzing plant cellulosic biomass form trees, grasses, straws, etc., with glucose that can be obtained from hydrolyzing either edible feedstocks such as starch, cane sugar ...



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