• Microbe continuously converts pretreated biomass into sugars, and then ferments the sugars (both C5 and C6) into ethanol
  • Continuous bioprocessing solution minimizes the expensive enzyme pretreatment step; currently adding 20% exogenous enzymes, but expects to eliminate all additional enzymes by 2013
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