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Deksren, G.C.H. (author), Holthoon, F.L. (author), Willemen, H.M. (author), Krul, C.A.M. (author), Franssen, M.C.R. (author), van Beek, T.A. (author)
Madder, used as a red dye, contains anthraquinones, and some of these can react with DNA possibly causing mutagenic effects. This is especially true for 1,3-dihydroxyanthraquinones with a hydroxymethyl (e.g., lucidin 6, ibericin 10) or methyl group (e.g., rubiadin 9) at C-2. In this research, a new process was developed through which the...
article 2021
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Liakakou, E.T. (author), Infantes, A. (author), Neumann, A. (author), Vreugdenhil, B.J. (author)
The integration of gasification with syngas fermentation is still in an early stage of development, where many questions exist concerning the syngas quality required. The challenge is to define the gasification conditions that will provide a H2:CO:CO2 ratio suitable for syngas fermentation, as well as to identify and remove the compounds that...
article 2021
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Our European Unravel project will demostrate a sustainable and economically feasible biorefinery for the conversion of second generation biomass, such as forestry and agricultural residues, into chemicals and building materials. The Fabiola fractionation process lies at the heart of our work.
other 2020
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Jonker, J.G.G. (author), Junginger, M. (author), Posada, J. (author), Ioiart, C.S. (author), Faaij, A.P.C. (author), van der Hilst, F. (author)
Biomass feedstock can be used for the production of biofuels or biobased chemicals to reduce anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Earlier studies about the techno-economic performance of biofuel or biobased chemical production varied in biomass feedstock, conversion process, and other techno-economic assumptions. This made a fair...
article 2019
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Filiciotto, L. (author), Marquez-Medina, M.D. (author), Pineda, A. (author), Balu, A.M. (author), Romero, A.A. (author), Angelici, C. (author), de Jong, E. (author), van der Waal, J.C. (author), Luque, R. (author)
The use of a biorefinery co-product, such as humins, in combination with an iron precursor in a solvent-free method yields a catalytic material with potential use in selective oxidative cleavage reactions. In particular, this catalyst was found active in the hydrogen-peroxide assisted oxidation of a naturally extracted molecule, isoeugenol, to...
article 2019
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Gursel, I. Vural (author), Dijkstra, J.W. (author), Huijgen, W.J.J. (author), Ramirez, A. (author)
This paper presents a techno-economic assessment of three novel routes for the production of bio-based aromatics from lignin. It aims to provide insights into their feasibility and hotspots at an early stage of development to guide further research and development and to facilitate commercialization. The lignin conversion routes are: (non...
article 2019
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Tamayo Tenorio, A. (author), Gieteling, J. (author), de Jong, G.A.H. (author), Boom, R.M. (author), van der Goot, A.J. (author)
Plant leaves are a major potential source of novel food proteins. Till now, leaf protein extraction methods mainly focus on the extraction of soluble proteins, like rubisco protein, leaving more than half of all protein unextracted. Here, we report on the total protein extraction from sugar beet leaves (Beta vulgaris L.) by a traditional thermal...
article 2016
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Adav, S.S. (author), Li, A.A. (author), Manavalan, A. (author), Punt, P. (author), Sze, S.K. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
The natural lifestyle of Aspergillus niger made them more effective secretors of hydrolytic proteins and becomes critical when this species were exploited as hosts for the commercial secretion of heterologous proteins. The protein secretion profile of A. niger and its mutant at different pH was explored using iTRAQ-based quantitative proteomics...
article 2010
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