Jump to main content or area navigation.

Contact Us

Extramural Research

Grantee Research Project Results

Grantee Research Project Results

Publications Details for:

Development of Biotechnology to Sustain the Production of Environmentally Friendly Transportation Fuel Ethanol from Cellulosic Biomass
Grant Number R826118
RFA: Technology for a Sustainable Environment (1997)


Other views: Selected publication types Journal articles Publications submitted after final report Redisplay this page with Reference Title, Journal, and Author Columns Display this page in RIS format

Book Chapter (1)
Journal Article (1)
Presentation (12)
Proceedings (1)
Symposium (1)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Book Chapter Ho NWY, Chen ZD, Brainard AP, Sedlak M, Tsao GT. Successful design and development of genetically engineered Saccharomyces yeasts for effective cofermentation of glucose and xylose from cellulosic biomass to fuel ethanol. Springer, Berlin, Germany. 1999:163-192
full text available
R826118 (Final)
not available
Journal Article Ho NWY, Chen ZD, Sedlak M, Brainard AP. Successful design and development of genetically engineered Saccharomyces yeasts for effective cofermentation of glucose and xylose from cellulosic biomass to fuel ethanol.. Advances In Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology. 1999;65:163-192.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY. An overview of successful metabolic engineering of Saccharomyces yeasts for effective cofermentation of glucose and xylose from renewable cellulosic biomass. Presented at the VI Seminar on Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Biomass, Maringa, Brazil, December 6-10, 1999.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY, Chen ZD, Sedlak M, Brainard AP. Cloning and overexpression of TALl, TKLl, and ADHl in glucose-xylose-cofermenting Saccharomyces yeasts and their effect on ethanol fermentation. Presented at the 22nd Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, May 2000.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY, Sedlak M, Chen ZD, Brainard AP. Cloning and overexpression of genes encoding various glucose transporters in genetically engineered glucose-xylose-cofermenting Saccharomyces yeasts. Presented at the 22nd Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, May 2000.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY. Design and development of supereffective Saccharomyces yeasts for conversion of cellulosic biomass to environmentally friendly transportation fuel ethanol. Presented at the 2nd Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference, Washington, DC, June 30-July 2, 1998.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY, Chen ZD, Sedlak M, Brainard AP. Development of effective genetically engineered glucose-xylose-cofermenting Saccharomyces yeasts and using them for fermenting sugars present in crude softwood hydrolysates. Presented at the 21st Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Fort Collins, CO, May 2-6, 1999.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY, Chen Z, Sedlak M, Brainard AP. Development of new effective genetically engineered glucose-xylose-cofermenting Saccharomyces yeasts and demonstration of the engineered yeasts capable of repeatedly cofermenting glucose and xylose efficiently to ethanol. Presented at the 21st Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Fort Collins, CO, May 2-6, 1999.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY, Sedlak M, Chen Z. Development of stable recombinant Saccharomyces yeast for the production of ethanol and lactic acid from traditional glucose-based feedstocks as well as from plant cellulosic biomass. Presented at the 5th Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference, Washington, DC, June 29-July 1, 2001.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY. Our successful metabolic engineering of Saccharomyces yeasts for effective cofermentation of glucose and xylose to ethanol. Presented at the South Africa International Energy Agency Workshop, August 22-26, 1999.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY. Pioneer development and recent further improvement of recombinant xylose-fermenting Saccharomyces yeast at LORRE/Purdue University. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial Microorganisms, Denver, CO, August 9-13, 1998.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY. Strategies for successful metabolic engineering of Saccharomyces yeasts to effectively co-utilize glucose xylose from renewable cellulosic biomass for the production of ethanol and other industrial products. Presented at the Metabolic Engineering Session at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Francisco, CA, March 26-31, 2000.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY. Successful development of hazard-free, user-friendly genetically engineered microorganisms for effective production of environmentally friendly chemicals from renewable biomass guided by the principle of green chemistry. Presented at the 3rd Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference, Washington, DC, June 29-July 1, 1999.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Presentation Ho NWY. The development of a safe, cost-effective green process for the production of renewable transportation fuel. Presented at the CHEMRAWN XIV Conference, Boulder, CO, June 9-13, 2001.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Proceedings Ho NWY. An overview of successful metabolic engineering of Saccharomyces yeasts for effective cofermentation of glucose and xylose from renewable cellulosic biomass. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Biomass.
R826118 (Final)
not available
Symposium Ho NWY, Chen Z, Brainard AP, Sedlak M. Genetically engineered Saccharomyces yeasts for conversion of cellulosic biomass to environmentally friendly transportation fuel ethanol. In: Anastas PT, Heine LG, Williamson TC, eds. Green Chemical Syntheses and Processes, American Chemical Symposium Series 767, 2000.
R826118 (Final)
not available

Top of Page

The perspectives, information and conclusions conveyed in research project abstracts, progress reports, final reports, journal abstracts and journal publications convey the viewpoints of the principal investigator and may not represent the views and policies of ORD and EPA. Conclusions drawn by the principal investigators have not been reviewed by the Agency.

Jump to main content.