Development of cellulolytic yeasts and their possible applications

Jonathan Knowles, Merja Penttila, Tuula Teeri, Lars Andre, Paivi Lehtovaara, Irma Salovuori

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Abstract

Bacterial cellulases can be secreted by yeast if the bacterial structural genes are joined to efficient yeast regulatory and secretory sequences. The transfer of unmodified bacterial cellulase genes to yeast may give enzyme activity localized inside the cell. Other methods are discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBiological research on industrial yeasts
EditorsGraham G. Stewart, Inge Russell, Ronald D. Klein, Ronald R. Hiebsch
PublisherCRC Press
Pages189-199
Number of pages11
Volume1
ISBN (Print)084934901X, 0849349001, 0849349028
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 1987
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventSymposium on the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Industrial Yeasts - Kalamazoo, United States
Duration: 25 Oct 198530 Oct 1985

Conference

ConferenceSymposium on the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Industrial Yeasts
CountryUnited States
CityKalamazoo
Period25/10/8530/10/85

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Knowles, J., Penttila, M., Teeri, T., Andre, L., Lehtovaara, P., & Salovuori, I. (1987). Development of cellulolytic yeasts and their possible applications. In G. G. Stewart, I. Russell, R. D. Klein, & R. R. Hiebsch (Eds.), Biological research on industrial yeasts (Vol. 1, pp. 189-199). CRC Press.
Knowles, Jonathan ; Penttila, Merja ; Teeri, Tuula ; Andre, Lars ; Lehtovaara, Paivi ; Salovuori, Irma. / Development of cellulolytic yeasts and their possible applications. Biological research on industrial yeasts. editor / Graham G. Stewart ; Inge Russell ; Ronald D. Klein ; Ronald R. Hiebsch. Vol. 1 CRC Press, 1987. pp. 189-199
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Development of cellulolytic yeasts and their possible applications. / Knowles, Jonathan; Penttila, Merja; Teeri, Tuula; Andre, Lars; Lehtovaara, Paivi; Salovuori, Irma.

Biological research on industrial yeasts. ed. / Graham G. Stewart; Inge Russell; Ronald D. Klein; Ronald R. Hiebsch. Vol. 1 CRC Press, 1987. p. 189-199.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientificpeer-review

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Knowles J, Penttila M, Teeri T, Andre L, Lehtovaara P, Salovuori I. Development of cellulolytic yeasts and their possible applications. In Stewart GG, Russell I, Klein RD, Hiebsch RR, editors, Biological research on industrial yeasts. Vol. 1. CRC Press. 1987. p. 189-199