New Release Books by Carlos Meza

Carlos Meza is the author of Silicone (2018) and Induction de laccase par l'éthanol chez "Pycnoporus cinnabarinus ss3" pour la valorisation de la bagasse de canne à sucre dans le domaine papetier (2005).

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Silicone

release date: Nov 11, 2018
Silicone
Jordan Hamilton is a brilliant immunologist who works at a major teaching hospital in Sacramento, California. When a young woman dies during a routine operation to remove her ruptured breast implants, Jordan realizes that the victim reacted to a deadly element in silicone. Women are dying and Jordan is determined to find the explanation.A whirlwind tale of power, medicine, politics, and greed, this fast-paced thriller explores the seedier side of medicine, from a prestigious hospital to a sordid front for drug distribution.

Induction de laccase par l'éthanol chez "Pycnoporus cinnabarinus ss3" pour la valorisation de la bagasse de canne à sucre dans le domaine papetier

release date: Jan 01, 2005
Induction de laccase par l'éthanol chez "Pycnoporus cinnabarinus ss3" pour la valorisation de la bagasse de canne à sucre dans le domaine papetier
We propose a new biological process to simultaneously (i) delignify sugar-cane bagasse, a residue of sugar production that can be recycled in paper industry and (ii) produce laccase, an enzyme usable to bleach paper pulp. Initially, we studied the effect of various volatile compounds on the laccase induction in P. cinnabarinus was evaluated. Ethanol was selected for its capacity to induce significant levels of laccase, comparable of those obtained with ferulic acid and veratrylic alcohol. A maximum of laccase production of 90 U gss-1 was obtained for a concentration of about 7 géthanol m-3 (ethanol concentration in the liquid phase of 31 g L-1). However, when ethanol concentration increased, an inhibitory effect on P. cinnabarinus growth was observed. Liquid-culture experiments with 14C-labelled ethanol were conducted. Ethanol was a poor carbon source (


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