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Title: Penicillium Janthinellum NCIM1366 Shows Improved Biomass Hydrolysis and a Larger Number of CAZymes with Higher Induction Levels Over Trichoderma Reesei RUT-C30
Authors: Athira Raj, SR
Meera, C
Prajeesh, KV
Rajasree, KP
Digambar, VG
Meena, S
Amith, A
Pandey, A
Sukumaran, RK
Keywords: penicillium janthinellum
trichoderma reesei
Issue Date: Dec-2020
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Biotechnology for Biofuels;13(1): 196.
Abstract: Major cost of bioethanol is attributed to enzymes employed in biomass hydrolysis. Biomass hydrolyzing enzymes are predominantly produced from the hyper-cellulolytic mutant filamentous fungus Trichoderma reesei RUT-C30. Several decades of research have failed to provide an industrial grade organism other than T. reesei, capable of producing higher titers of an effective synergistic biomass hydrolyzing enzyme cocktail. Penicillium janthinellum NCIM1366 was reported as a cellulase hyper producer and a potential alternative to T. reesei, but a comparison of their hydrolytic performance was seldom attempted.
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