SSF papers

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).