SSF & bioproducts application papers

Cellulase and xylanase production at pilot scale by solid-state fermentation from coffee husk using specialized consortia: The consistency of the process and the microbial communities involved. Cerda, A., Mejías, L., Gea, T., Sánchez, A. Bioresource technology. 243, 1059–1068 (2017).

Valorization of sugarcane bagasse and sugar beet molasses using Kluyveromyces marxianus for producing value-added aroma compounds via solid-state fermentation. Martínez, O., Sánchez, A., Font, X., Barrena, R. Journal of Cleaner Production. 158 (1) 8-17 (2017).

Solid state fermentation and composting as alternatives to treat hair waste: A LCA comparative approach. Catalán, E., Komilis, D., Sánchez, A. Waste Management & Research. 35(7) 786-790 (2017).

Towards a competitive solid state fermentation: cellulases production from coffee husk by sequential batch operation and role of microbial diversity. Cerda, A., Gea, T., Vargas-García, M.C., Sánchez, A. Science of the Total Environment. 589, 56-65 (2017).

Solid-state fermentation as a novel paradigm for organic waste valorisation: A review. Abu Yazid, N., Barrena, B., Komilis, D., Sánchez, A. Sustainability. 9(2), 224 (2017).

The immobilisation of proteases produced by SSF onto functionalized magnetic nanoparticles: Application in the hydrolysis of different protein sources. Abu Yazid, N., Barrena, B., Sánchez, A. Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic. Acceptat per a publicació.

Reproducibility of solid-state fermentation at bench-scale: the case of protease production. Abraham, J., Gea, T., Komilis, D., Sánchez, A. Global Nest. Acceptat per a publicació.

Production of sophorolipids from winterization oil cake by solid-state fermentation: optimization, monitoring and mixing effect. Jiménez-Peñalver, P., Gea, T., Sánchez, A., Font, X. Biochemical Engineering Journal. 115, 93-100 (2016).

Performance, yield and characteristics of bioflocculants (UPMBF13) produced by Bacillus subtilis UPMB13 during submerged and solid-state fermentation. Zulkeflee, Z., Shamsuddin, Z.H., Aris, A.Z., Yusoff, M.K., Komilis, D., Sánchez, A. Global Nest. 18, 3, 611-620 (2016).

Assessment of protease activity in hydrolysed extracts from SSF of hair waste by and indigenous consortium of microorganisms. Abu Yazid, N., Barrena, B., Sánchez, A. Waste Management. 49, 420-426 (2016).

Inoculation effect of thermophilic microorganisms on protease production through solid-state fermentation under non-sterile conditions at lab and bench scale (SSF). El-Bakry, M., Gea, T., Sánchez, A. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering. 39, 585-592 (2016).

Valorization of soy waste through SSF for the production of compost enriched with B thuringiensis with biopesticide properties. Ballardo, C., Abraham, J., Barrena, R., Artola, A., Gea, T., Sánchez, A. Journal of Environmental Management. 169, 126-131 (2016).

Gaseous emissions during the solid state fermentation of different wastes for enzyme production at pilot scaleMaulini-Duran, C., Abraham, J., Rodríguez-Pérez, S., Cerda, A., Jiménez-Peñalver, P., Gea, T., Barrena, R., Artola, A., Font, X., Sánchez, A. Bioresource Technology. Accepted for publication.

From Wastes to High Value Added Products: Novel Aspects of SSF in the Production of Enzymes. El-Bakry, M., Abraham, J., Cerda, A., Barrena, R., Ponsá, S., Gea, T., Sánchez, A. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology. Accepted for publication.

Solid-state fermentation of soybean residues for bioflocculant production in a pilot-scale bioreactor system. Zulkefleea, Z. Sánchez, A. Water Science & Technology. 70, 6, 1032-1039 (2014).

Substitution of chemical dehairing by proteases from solid-state fermentation of hair wastes. Abraham, J., Gea, T. Sánchez, A. Journal of Cleaner Production. Journal of Cleaner Production. 7, 1, 191-198 (2014) [+].

Potential of the solid-state fermentation of soy fibre residues by native microbial populations for bench-scale alkaline protease production. Abraham, J., Gea, T., Sánchez, A. Biochemical Engineering Journal74, 15-19 (2013). [+]

Production of lipases by solid state fermentation using vegetable oil-refining wastes. Santis-Navarro, A., Gea, T., Barrena, R., Sánchez, A. Bioresource Technology. 102, 21, 10080-10084 (2011).