Cellulosic breakthrough; enzyme discovery could reduce production costs

Jan 10, 2014
Researchers have found that an enzyme discovered more than a decade ago can digest cellulose in cellulosicethanol feedstocks such as switch grass, corn stover and wheat straw twice as fast as any enzyme currently on the commercial market, a scientist at the U.

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