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Table 2 Comparison of the hydrolysate fermentation performance among engineered xylose-utilizing S. cerevisiae strains

From: Improved simultaneous co-fermentation of glucose and xylose by Saccharomyces cerevisiae for efficient lignocellulosic biorefinery

StrainDescriptionHydrolysateSugar (g L−1)Overall xylose consumption rate (g g−1 h−1)Overall total sugar consumption rate (g g−1 h−1)Max. ethanol concentration (g L−1)Overall ethanol productivity (g g−1 h−1)Ethanol yield (g g−1)References
Glu.Xyl.
XUSEAaBY4741, xylA*3, TAL1, XKS1, RPE1, Δgre3, Δpho13, Δasc1, evolvedH2SO4-treated Micanthus sacchariflorus Goedae-Uksae39.623.10.230.6630.10.310.48This study
XUSEABY4741, xylA*3, TAL1, XKS1, RPE1, Δgre3, Δpho13, Δasc1, evolvedH2SO4-treated Micanthus sacchariflorus Goedae-Uksae39.623.10.160.4529.30.210.47
XUSAE57BY4741, xylA*3, TAL1, XKS1, RPE1, Δgre3, Δpho13, evolved, acetic acid toleranceDiluted acid-treated sugarcane bagasse26.227.60.10.21250.10.49[25]
SXA-R2P-EBY4741, xylA*3, TAL1, XKS1, Δgre3, Δpho13, evolvedDiluted acid- treated rice straw27.720.40.050.1320.70.060.46[11]
Diluted acid- treated oak26.8160.040.1117.70.050.43
DXSD452-2, mtxyl1, xyl2, xyl3Silver grass hydrolysate923250.70.43[38]
LF1BSIF (diploid), Δgre3, Δpho13, xylA, XK, PPP, MGT05196 N360F, evolvedSECS hydrolysate86.639.10.180.61490.240.413[31]
SPPR hydrolysate5523.80.290.97310.380.416
GLBRCY 128NRRL YB-210 MATa, xylA, XYL3, TAL1, evolvedAFEX-treated corn stover60300.110.57310.230.39[39]
36aS1.10.4Industrial ATCC 24860, ∆gre3, xylA, XK, PPP, evolvedWheat straw82.6643.960.190.5554.110.240.44[42]
Oil palm empty fruit hydrolysate83.1743.560.150.4450.360.170.41
JX123_noxEIndustrial JHS200, xyl1, xyl2, xyl3, noxE.Silver grass hydrolysate106320.231.0255.50.410.433[24]
STXQDiploid strain of 36α2XpXpUN (Industrial ATCC 24860, ∆gre3, xylA, XK, PPP, evolved) with 39a2XoNK (ATCC 24860, ∆gre3, ∆cyc3, ∆ura3, xylA, XK, PPP, evolved)Oil palm empty fruit hydrolysate41.813028.40.42[32]
  1. aFermentation conducted at 33 °C