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Biochemical routes for uptake and conversion of xylose by microorganisms

19:00 EST 31 Jan 2020 | BioMed Central

Xylose is a major component of lignocellulose and the second most abundant sugar present in nature. Efficient utilization of xylose is required for the development of economically viable processes to produce b...

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