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Type: Artigo
Title: Screening of xylanolytic aspergillus fumigatus for prebiotic xylooligosaccharide production using bagasse
Author: Carvalho, Ana Flavia Azevedo
Oliva Neto, Pedro de
Almeida, Paula Zaghetto de
Silva, Juliana Bueno da
Escaramboni, Bruna
Pastore, Glaucia Maria
Abstract: Sugarcane bagasse is an important lignocellulosic material studied for the production of xylooligosaccharides (XOS). Some XOS are considered soluble dietary fibre, with low caloric value and prebiotic effect, but they are expensive and not easily available. In a screening of 138 fungi, only nine were shortlisted, and just Aspergillus fumigatus M51 (35.6 U/mL) and A. fumigatus U2370 (28.5 U/mL) were selected as the most significant producers of xylanases. These fungi had low β-xylosidase activity, which is desirable for the production of XOS. The xylanases from Trichoderma reesei CCT 2768, A. fumigatus M51 and A. fumigatus U2370 gave a significantly higher XOS yield, 11.9, 14.7 and 7.9 % respectively, in a 3-hour reaction with hemicellulose from sugarcane bagasse. These enzymes are relatively thermostable at 40–50 °C and can be used in a wide range of pH values. Furthermore, these xylanases produced more prebiotic XOS (xylobiose and xylotriose) when compared with a commercial xylanase. The xylanases from A. fumigatus M51 reached a high level of XOS production (37.6 %) in 48–72 h using hemicellulose extracted from sugarcane bagasse. This yield represents 68.8 kg of prebiotic XOS per metric tonne of cane bagasse. In addition, in a biorefinery, after hemicellulose extraction for XOS production, the residual cellulose could be used for the production of second-generation ethanol
Subject: Xilooligossacarideos
Country: Croácia
Editor: Sveuciliste u Zagrebu/Prehrambeno-Biotehnoloski Fakultet
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.17113/ft b.
Date Issue: 2015
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