alexa Extrusion with Thermostable and#945;-amylase Injection as Pretreatment Method for Ethanol Production from Corn Starch

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Extrusion with Thermostable α-amylase Injection as Pretreatment Method for Ethanol Production from Corn Starch

Pretreatment technologies have been developed to increase the bioconversion rate of biomass into fermentable sugar. The objective of this research was to investigate extrusion with thermostable α-amylase injection at different melt temperatures 95, 115 and 135°C on functional properties, ethanol content and conversion (%) of corn starch extrudates. Saccharomyces cerevisae (ATCC 24858) was used for ethanol production.

Citation: Myat L, Ryu GH (2013) Extrusion with Thermostable a-amylase Injection as Pretreatment Method for Ethanol Production from Corn Starch. J Microb Biochem Technol 5:047-053. doi: 10.4172/1948-5948.1000099

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