Maobing Tu
Maobing Tu
Associate Professor of Bioprocess Engineering and Bioenergy, University of Cincinnati (
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Weak lignin-binding enzymes
A Berlin, N Gilkes, A Kurabi, R Bura, M Tu, D Kilburn, J Saddler
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 121 (1-3), 163-170, 2005
Physiochemical properties of bio-oil produced at various temperatures from pine wood using an auger reactor
S Thangalazhy-Gopakumar, S Adhikari, H Ravindran, RB Gupta, ...
Bioresource technology 101 (21), 8389-8395, 2010
Evaluating the distribution of cellulases and the recycling of free cellulases during the hydrolysis of lignocellulosic substrates
M Tu, RP Chandra, JN Saddler
Biotechnology progress 23 (2), 398-406, 2007
Recycling cellulases during the hydrolysis of steam exploded and ethanol pretreated lodgepole pine
M Tu, RP Chandra, JN Saddler
Biotechnology progress 23 (5), 1130-1137, 2007
Adsorption of cellulase on cellulolytic enzyme lignin from lodgepole pine
M Tu, X Pan, JN Saddler
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 57 (17), 7771-7778, 2009
Production of hydrocarbon fuels from biomass using catalytic pyrolysis under helium and hydrogen environments
S Thangalazhy-Gopakumar, S Adhikari, RB Gupta, M Tu, S Taylor
Bioresource technology 102 (12), 6742-6749, 2011
Immobilization of β-glucosidase on Eupergit C for lignocellulose hydrolysis
M Tu, X Zhang, A Kurabi, N Gilkes, W Mabee, J Saddler
Biotechnology Letters 28 (3), 151-156, 2006
Routes to potential bioproducts from lignocellulosic biomass lignin and hemicelluloses
X Zhang, M Tu, MG Paice
BioEnergy Research 4 (4), 246-257, 2011
The potential of enzyme recycling during the hydrolysis of a mixed softwood feedstock
M Tu, X Zhang, M Paice, P MacFarlane, JN Saddler
Bioresource Technology 100 (24), 6407-6415, 2009
Potential enzyme cost reduction with the addition of surfactant during the hydrolysis of pretreated softwood
M Tu, JN Saddler
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 161 (1-8), 274-287, 2010
Effect of surfactants on separate hydrolysis fermentation and simultaneous saccharification fermentation of pretreated lodgepole pine
M Tu, X Zhang, M Paice, P McFarlane, JN Saddler
Biotechnology Progress 25 (4), 1122-1129, 2009
The strong association of condensed phenolic moieties in isolated lignins with their inhibition of enzymatic hydrolysis
S Sun, Y Huang, R Sun, M Tu
Green Chemistry 18 (15), 4276-4286, 2016
Contrasting effects of hardwood and softwood organosolv lignins on enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulose
C Lai, M Tu, Z Shi, K Zheng, LG Olmos, S Yu
Bioresource technology 163, 320-327, 2014
Acetone–butanol–ethanol production from Kraft paper mill sludge by simultaneous saccharification and fermentation
W Guan, S Shi, M Tu, YY Lee
Bioresource technology 200, 713-721, 2016
Remarkable solvent and extractable lignin effects on enzymatic digestibility of organosolv pretreated hardwood
C Lai, M Tu, M Li, S Yu
Bioresource Technology 156, 92-99, 2014
Distinct roles of residual xylan and lignin in limiting enzymatic hydrolysis of organosolv pretreated loblolly pine and sweetgum
M Li, M Tu, D Cao, P Bass, S Adhikari
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 61 (3), 646-654, 2013
Catalytic pyrolysis of raw and thermally treated cellulose using different acidic zeolites
V Srinivasan, S Adhikari, SA Chattanathan, M Tu, S Park
BioEnergy Research 7 (3), 867-875, 2014
Effects of surfactant on biochemical and hydrothermal conversion of softwood hemicellulose to ethanol and furan derivatives
L Wei, A Shrestha, M Tu, S Adhikari
Process Biochemistry 46 (9), 1785-1792, 2011
A comparison of three pH control methods for revealing effects of undissociated butyric acid on specific butanol production rate in batch fermentation of Clostridium acetobutylicum
X Yang, M Tu, R Xie, S Adhikari, Z Tong
AMB express 3 (1), 3, 2013
Improvement in HPLC separation of acetic acid and levulinic acid in the profiling of biomass hydrolysate
R Xie, M Tu, Y Wu, S Adhikari
Bioresource technology 102 (7), 4938-4942, 2011
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