alexa Thermo-Stable Xylanases from Non Conventional Yeasts

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Thermo-Stable Xylanases from Non Conventional Yeasts

The enzymatic hydrolysis of xylan is one of the most important industrial bioprocesses, xylan being the second most abundant natural polysaccharide.

Citation: Lopes F, Motta F, Andrade CCP, Rodrigues MI, Maugeri-Filho F (2011) Thermo-Stable Xylanases from Non Conventional Yeasts. J Microbial Biochem Technol 3: 036-042.

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