Biocatalyst developments aim to increase yields, product range, and feedstock flexibility

Typically, biocatalysts enable conversion of sugars or cellulosic biomass to fuel molecules, feedstocks for biopolymers, and other renewable chemicals. In the last several months, a few developments reflect where basic research is pushing the state of the art forward. These developments include plat...

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