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  1. Investigation of Cyrene organosolv fractionation of softwood biomass and alkaline post-incubation
  2. Tailoring microwave frequencies for high-efficiency hydrogen production from biomass
  3. Developing a new ethylene glycol/H2O pretreatment system to achieve efficient enzymatic hydrolysis of sugarcane bagasse cellulose and recover highly active lignin: Countercurrent extraction
  4. Sustainable valorization of waste tires: Selective hydrotreating for renewable p-cymene production
  5. A tailored deep eutectic solvent for high-yield conversion of poplar residues to bio-based building blocks at mild conditions
  6. Efficient fractionation of kenaf chemical components by using recyclable acidic DES
  7. Impaired cerebral autoregulation detected in early prevasospasm period is associated with unfavorable outcome after spontaneous subarachnoid hemorrhage: an observational prospective pilot study
  8. Synthesis of Bio-Based Repairable Polyimines with Tailored Properties by Lignin Fractionation
  9. Innovative biphasic solvent systems for lignocellulosic biorefinery
  10. A Multi-Streamline Approach for Upcycling PET into a Biodiesel and Asphalt Modifier
  11. Multi-catalytic active site biochar-based catalysts for glucose isomerized to fructose: Experiments and density functional theory study
  12. Cellulose regulated lignin/cellulose-based carbon materials with hierarchical porous structure for energy storage
  13. Lignin - A green material for antibacterial application — A review
  14. Synthesis of Red, Green, and Blue Carbon Quantum Dots and Construction of Multicolor Cellulose‐Based Light‐Emitting Diodes
  15. Biocompatible organosolv fractionation via a novel alkaline lignin-first strategy towards lignocellulose valorization
  16. Double in-situ lignin modification in surfactant-assisted glycerol organosolv pretreatment of sugarcane bagasse towards efficient enzymatic hydrolysis
  17. Integrated hydropyrolysis and vapor-phase hydrodeoxygenation process with Pd/Al2O3 for production of advanced oxygen-containing biofuels from cellulosic wastes
  18. Investigation of a Na2S-assisted deep eutectic solvent pretreatment for enhanced cellulose/xylan saccharification and high-quality lignin with abundant ether bond
  19. Structure-property relationship between lignin structures and properties of 3D-printed lignin composites
  20. Intraorbital pressure–volume characteristics in a piglet model: In vivo pilot study
  21. Unleashing the capacity of Rhodococcus for converting lignin into lipids
  22. Characterization and molecular simulation of lignin in Cyrene pretreatment of switchgrass
  23. 3D printed lignin/polymer composite with enhanced mechanical and anti-thermal-aging performance
  24. Economics and global warming potential of a commercial-scale delignifying biorefinery based on co-solvent enhanced lignocellulosic fractionation to produce alcohols, sustainable aviation fuels, and co-products from biomass
  25. Atomistic Simulations of Polydisperse Lignin Melts Using Simple Polydisperse Residue Input Generator
  26. Efficient Fast Fractionation of Biomass Using a Diol‐Based Deep Eutectic Solvent for Facilitating Enzymatic Hydrolysis and Obtaining High‐Quality Lignin
  27. Deconvoluting Structures of Component Plant Biopolymers Using Deuterium Labeled Brassica oleracea Stems
  28. Microwave resonance enhanced CO2 reduction using biochar
  29. A novel mineral-acid free biphasic deep eutectic solvent/γ-valerolactone system for furfural production and boosting the enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass
  30. Coupling hydropyrolysis and vapor-phase catalytic hydrotreatment to produce biomethane from pine sawdust
  31. Lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase synergized with lignin-degrading enzymes for efficient lignin degradation
  32. Analysis of metal tolerance protein (MTP) family in sunflower (Helianthus annus L.) and role of HaMTP10 as Cadmium antiporter under moringa seed extract
  33. Synthesis of Mg–K-biochar bimetallic catalyst and its evaluation of glucose isomerization
  34. Tailored mesoporous structures of lignin-derived nano-carbons for multiple applications
  35. The significance of biomass densification in biological-based biorefineries: A critical review
  36. Towards functionalized lignin and its derivatives for high-value material applications
  37. Totally chlorine-free peracetic acid pulping for nanocellulose isolation from hemp and poplar
  38. Investigation of the effects of ternary deep eutectic solvent composition on pretreatment of sorghum stover
  39. Quantitative Low‐Field 19F Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Analysis of Carbonyl Groups in Pyrolysis Oils
  40. Front Cover: Quantitative Low‐Field 19F Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Analysis of Carbonyl Groups in Pyrolysis Oils (ChemSusChem 17/2023)
  41. Editorial: Genetic engineering, pretreatment, thermochemical, and biochemconversion for lignocellulose valorization
  42. Bioconversion of Homogeneous Linear C-Lignin to Polyhydroxyalkanoates
  43. Quantitative Low‐Field 19F Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Analysis of Carbonyl Groups in Pyrolysis Oils
  44. Lignin with controlled structural properties by N-heterocycle-based deep eutectic solvent extraction
  45. Advances in multi-dimensional cellulose-based fluorescent carbon dot composites
  46. Gradient synthesis of carbon quantum dots and activated carbon from pulp black liquor for photocatalytic hydrogen evolution and supercapacitor
  47. Direct Extraction of Uniform Lignin Microspheres from Bamboo Using a Polyol-Based Deep Eutectic Solvent
  48. Technical Lignin Fractionation: A Powerful Tool for Lignin Structure Homogenization and Its Application
  49. Mitigation of Hepatotoxicity via Boosting Antioxidants and Reducing Oxidative Stress and Inflammation in Carbendazim-Treated Rats Using Adiantum Capillus-Veneris L. Extract
  50. Systematic approaches to C-lignin engineering in Medicago truncatula
  51. Cell wall response of field grown Populus to Septoria infection
  52. Novel waste-derived non-noble metal catalysts to accelerate acidic and alkaline hydrogen evolution reaction
  53. Bioinspired design toward nanocellulose-based materials
  54. Effects of Saccharomyces cerevisiae quorum sensing signal molecules on ethanol production in bioethanol fermentation process
  55. Investigation of the Effects of Ternary Deep Eutectic Solvent Composition on Pretreatment of Sorghum Stover
  56. Regulating the properties of activated carbon for supercapacitors: impact of particle size and degree of aromatization of hydrochar
  57. Novel candidate genes for lignin structure identified through genome-wide association study of naturally varying Populus trichocarpa
  58. Urban mining from biomass, brine, sewage sludge, phosphogypsum and e-waste for reducing the environmental pollution: Current status of availability, potential, and technologies with a focus on LCA and TEA
  59. Towards the sustainable conversion of corn stover into bioenergy and bioproducts through biochemical route: Technical, economic and strategic perspectives
  60. Alternative splicing: transcriptional regulatory network in agroforestry
  61. An integrated biorefinery approach to obtain xylo-oligosaccharides from corncob using lactic acid-rich fermentation broth
  62. Rechargeable metal-metal alkaline batteries: Recent advances, current issues and future research strategies
  63. Lignin-based carbon quantum dots with high fluorescence performance prepared by supercritical catalysis and solvothermal treatment for tumor-targeted labeling
  64. One-pot generation of lignin microspheres and digestible substrate with a polyol-DES pretreatment in high solid loading
  65. Steam explosion pretreatment coupling high-temperature short-time sterilization facilitating cellulose degradation and sporulation-regulatory gene expression in high-solid fermentation
  66. Single-molecular insights into the breakpoint of cellulose nanofibers assembly during saccharification
  67. Green synthesis of cellulose formate and its efficient conversion into 5-hydroxymethylfurfural
  68. High-level co-production of 3-hydroxypropionic acid and 1,3-propanediol from glycerol: Metabolic engineering and process optimization
  69. Integrated lignocellulosic biorefinery for efficient production of furans and photothermal materials
  70. Continuous muscle, glial, epithelial, neuronal, and hemocyte cell lines for Drosophila research
  71. A promising degumming method to prepare kenaf fibers by using recyclable deep eutectic solvents
  72. Applications of biomass-derived solvents in biomass pretreatment – Strategies, challenges, and prospects
  73. Beneficial effect of surfactant in adsorption/desorption of lignocellulose-degrading enzymes on/from lignin with different structure
  74. A facile strategy to fabricate a lignin-based thermoset alternative to formaldehyde-based wood adhesives
  75. A high-solid DES pretreatment using never-dried biomass as the starting material: towards high-quality lignin fractionation
  76. Advances and perspectives on mass transfer and enzymatic hydrolysis in the enzyme-mediated lignocellulosic biorefinery: A review
  77. Alkali-facilitated deep eutectic solvent for effective bamboo saccharification
  78. Biocatalytic gateway to convert glycerol into 3-hydroxypropionic acid in waste-based biorefineries: Fundamentals, limitations, and potential research strategies
  79. Facile Design of Renewable Lignin Copolymers by Photoinitiated RAFT Polymerization as Pickering Emulsions Stabilizers
  80. Growth mechanism of glucose-based hydrochar under the effects of acid and temperature regulation
  81. Mild organosolv pretreatment of sugarcane bagasse with acetone/phenoxyethanol/water for enhanced sugar production
  82. Recent advances in biomass pretreatment using biphasic solvent systems
  83. Upcycling disposable face masks into fuel range iso-alkanes through hydropyrolysis coupled with vapor-phase hydrocracking
  84. Valorization of homogeneous linear catechyl lignin: opportunities and challenges
  85. Elucidating the nonproductive adsorption mechanism of cellulase with lignin fractions from hydrothermally pretreated poplar using multi-dimensional spectroscopic technologies
  86. Novel biphasic DES/GVL solvent for effective biomass fractionation and valorization
  87. Variable lignin structure revealed in Populus leaves
  88. Sustainable bioplastics derived from renewable natural resources for food packaging
  89. Biomass-derived composites for various applications
  90. Effects of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Quorum Sensing Signal Molecules on Ethanol Production in Bioethanol Fermentation Process
  91. High fluorescence performance lignin-based carbon quantum dots prepared by supercritical catalytic and solvothermal treatment for target tumor labelling
  92. Effect of the Lignin Structure on the Physicochemical Properties of Lignin-Grafted-Poly(ε-caprolactone) and Its Application for Water/Oil Separation
  93. A photosensitive sustainable lignin nanoplatform for multimodal image-guided mitochondria-targeted photodynamic and photothermal therapy
  94. Biotechnology for a sustainable future: biomass and beyond
  95. Catalytic cascade upcycling single-use natural rubber glove wastes into fuels via a two-stage pressurized fixed-bed reactor
  96. Lignin as a bioactive polymer and heavy metal absorber- an overview
  97. Revealing the relationship between molecular weight of lignin and its color, UV-protecting property
  98. Bioconversion of Agave Bagasse Lignin to Medium-Chain-Length Polyhydroxyalkanoates by Pseudomonas putida
  99. Bioconversion and quantification of humic substances from low rank coals using indigenous fungal isolates
  100. Enhancing thermal conductivity and toughness of cellulose nanofibril/boron nitride nanosheet composites
  101. Understanding of bacterial lignin extracellular degradation mechanisms by Pseudomonas putida KT2440 via secretomic analysis
  102. Converting polyisoprene rubbers into bio-jet fuels via a cascade hydropyrolysis and vapor-phase hydrogenation process
  103. Creating values from wastes: Producing biofuels from waste cooking oil via a tandem vapor-phase hydrotreating process
  104. Impact of biomass ash content on biocomposite properties
  105. Lignin molecular design to transform green manufacturing
  106. Utilization of guaiacol-based deep eutectic solvent for achieving a sustainable biorefinery
  107. Emerging Modification Technologies of Lignin‐based Activated Carbon toward Advanced Applications
  108. Competitive effects of glucan’s main hydrolysates on biochar formation: A combined experiment and density functional theory analysis
  109. Polyethylene upcycling to fuels: Narrowing the carbon number distribution in n-alkanes by tandem hydropyrolysis/hydrocracking
  110. Effective biomass fractionation and lignin stabilization using a diol DES system
  111. Revealing the mechanism of surfactant-promoted enzymatic hydrolysis of dilute acid pretreated bamboo
  112. The bamboo delignification saturation point in alkaline hydrogen peroxide pretreatment and its association with enzymatic hydrolysis
  113. Role Evaluation of Active Groups in Lignin on UV-Shielding Performance
  114. Understanding of Bacterial Lignin Extracellular Degradation Mechanisms by Pseudomonas putida KT2440 via Secretomic Analysis
  115. Editorial: Lignocellulose valorization: Fractionation, conversion and applications
  116. Chemical and Morphological Structure of Transgenic Switchgrass Organosolv Lignin Extracted by Ethanol, Tetrahydrofuran, and γ-Valerolactone Pretreatments
  117. Application of Box-Behnken design in optimizing product properties of supercritical methanol co-liquefaction of rice straw and linear low-density polyethylene
  118. Ferric chloride aided peracetic acid pretreatment for effective utilization of sugarcane bagasse
  119. Molecular Engineering of Biorefining Lignin Waste for Solid-State Electrolyte
  120. Molecular Dissection of a Conserved Cluster of miRNAs Identifies Critical Structural Determinants That Mediate Differential Processing
  121. Genome-Wide Analysis and Expression Profiling of SlHsp70 Gene Family in Solanum lycopersicum Revealed Higher Expression of SlHsp70-11 in Roots under Cd2+ Stress
  122. Epoxy as Filler or Matrix for Polymer Composites
  123. Coal polymer composites prepared by fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printing
  124. Revealing the mechanism of lignin re-polymerization inhibitor in acidic pretreatment and its impact on enzymatic hydrolysis
  125. Hydrogen bond–induced aqueous-phase surface modification of nanocellulose and its mechanically strong composites
  126. Deuterium incorporation into cellulose: a mini-review of biological and chemical methods
  127. A combination of deep eutectic solvent and ethanol pretreatment for synergistic delignification and enhanced enzymatic hydrolysis for biorefinary process
  128. Assessing the availability of two bamboo species for fermentable sugars by alkaline hydrogen peroxide pretreatment
  129. Effects of temperature and time on supercritical methanol Co-Liquefaction of rice straw and linear low-density polyethylene wastes
  130. Preparation and characterization of aminated co-solvent enhanced lignocellulosic fractionation lignin as a renewable building block for the synthesis of non-isocyanate polyurethanes
  131. Cover Feature: Preparation, Properties, and Application of Lignocellulosic‐Based Fluorescent Carbon Dots (ChemSusChem 8/2022)
  132. Cosolvent enhanced lignocellulosic fractionation tailoring lignin chemistry and enhancing lignin bioconversion
  133. Tree-inspired lignin microrods-based composite heterogeneous nanochannels for ion transport and osmotic energy harvesting
  134. Enhancing Lignin Dispersion and Bioconversion by Eliminating Thermal Sterilization
  135. Preparation, Properties, and Application of Lignocellulosic‐Based Fluorescent Carbon Dots
  136. Nanoscale FTIR and Mechanical Mapping of Plant Cell Walls for Understanding Biomass Deconstruction
  137. Lignin-enzyme interaction: A roadblock for efficient enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosics
  138. Recycling of natural fiber composites: Challenges and opportunities
  139. A Unique Bacterial Pelletized Cultivation Platform in Rhodococcus opacus PD630 Enhanced Lipid Productivity and Simplified Harvest for Lignin Bioconversion
  140. Toward a Fundamental Understanding of the Role of Lignin in the Biorefinery Process
  141. A multicriteria decision-making approach to classify military bases for the Brazilian Navy
  142. Catalytic cascade vapor-phase hydrotreatment of plastic waste into fuels and its sustainability assessment
  143. Editorial
  144. Evaluating the mechanism of milk protein as an efficient lignin blocker for boosting the enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosic substrates
  145. Prospective scenarios applied in course portfolio management: An approach in light of the Momentum and ELECTRE-MOr methods
  146. Strikingly high amount of tricin-lignin observed from vanilla (Vanilla planifolia) aerial roots
  147. Unlocking the secret of lignin-enzyme interactions: Recent advances in developing state-of-the-art analytical techniques
  148. Valorization of bamboo biomass using combinatorial pretreatments
  149. Plastic waste upcycling toward a circular economy
  150. Bioenergy Underground: Challenges and opportunities for phenotyping roots and the microbiome for sustainable bioenergy crop production
  151. Highly selective hydrogenation of phenol to cyclohexanone over a Pd-loaded N-doped carbon catalyst derived from chitosan
  152. Opportunities and challenges for flow-through hydrothermal pretreatment in advanced biorefineries
  153. A Closed-Loop Recycling Process for the Production of Xylo-Oligosaccharides from Corncob by Lactic Acid Hydrolysis and Bacillus Coagulans Fermentation
  154. Application of Box–Behnken Design in Optimizing Product Properties of Supercritical Methanol Co-Liquefaction of Rice Straw and Linear Low-Density Polyethylene
  155. Novel Waste-Derived Non-Noble Metal Catalysts to Accelerate Acidic and Alkaline Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
  156. Polyethylene Upcycling to Fuels: Narrowing the Carbon Number Distribution in N-Alkanes by Tandem Hydropyrolysis/Hydrocracking
  157. Revealing the Mechanism of Surfactant-Promoted Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Dilute Acid Pretreated Bamboo
  158. Utilization of Guaiacol-Based Deep Eutectic Solvent for Achieving a Sustainable Biorefinery
  159. Structural Reorganization of Noncellulosic Polymers Observed In Situ during Dilute Acid Pretreatment by Small-Angle Neutron Scattering
  160. Fluorescence Enhancement of Lignin-Based Carbon Quantum Dots by Concentration-Dependent and Electron-Donating Substituent Synergy and Their Cell Imaging Applications
  161. Product Characteristics and Synergy Study on Supercritical Methanol Liquefaction of Lignocellulosic Biomass and Plastic
  162. Effects of different pelleting technologies and parameters on pretreatment and enzymatic saccharification of lignocellulosic biomass
  163. A novel transposable element-based authentication protocol for Drosophila cell lines
  164. Effect of Protic Ionic Liquids in Sugar Cane Bagasse Pretreatment for Lignin Valorization and Ethanol Production
  165. Use of a Lewis acid, a Brønsted acid, and their binary mixtures for the hydrothermal liquefaction of lignocellulose
  166. Engineered Sorghum Bagasse Enables a Sustainable Biorefinery with p ‐Hydroxybenzoic Acid‐Based Deep Eutectic Solvent
  167. New Technologies are Needed to Improve the Recycling and Upcycling of Waste Plastics
  168. Research on Chemically Deuterated Cellulose Macroperformance and Fast Identification
  169. Recycled Cardboard Containers as a Low Energy Source for Cellulose Nanofibrils and Their Use in Poly(l-lactide) Nanocomposites
  170. Strategic Study for Managing the Portfolio of IT Courses Offered by a Corporate Training Company: An Approach in the Light of the ELECTRE-MOr Multicriteria Hybrid Method
  171. Cover Feature: Phototunable Lignin Plastics to Enable Recyclability (ChemSusChem 19/2021)
  172. Critical review of FDM 3D printing of PLA biocomposites filled with biomass resources, characterization, biodegradability, upcycling and opportunities for biorefineries
  173. Promoting Diels-Alder reactions to produce bio-BTX: Co-aromatization of textile waste and plastic waste over USY zeolite
  174. Recent Advances in the Synthesis of Deuterium‐Labeled Compounds
  175. Effect of Dilute Acetic Acid Hydrolysis on Xylooligosaccharide Production and the Inhibitory Effect of Cellulolytic Enzyme Lignin from Poplar
  176. Phototunable Lignin Plastics to Enable Recyclability
  177. In Situ Wood Delignification toward Sustainable Applications
  178. Terephthalic Acid Copolyesters Containing Tetramethylcyclobutanediol for High‐Performance Plastics
  179. Catalytic degradation of waste rubbers and plastics over zeolites to produce aromatic hydrocarbons
  180. Degradation of aromatic compounds and lignin by marine protist Thraustochytrium striatum
  181. Wood-reinforced composites by stereolithography with the stress whitening behavior
  182. Transposable element profiles reveal cell line identity and loss of heterozygosity in Drosophila cell culture
  183. Heterogeneous Diels–Alder tandem catalysis for converting cellulose and polyethylene into BTX
  184. Transforming biorefinery designs with ‘Plug-In Processes of Lignin’ to enable economic waste valorization
  185. Generation of Drosophila attP containing cell lines using CRISPR-Cas9
  186. Polyurethanes Based on Unmodified and Refined Technical Lignins: Correlation between Molecular Structure and Material Properties
  187. The preparation and characterization of chemically deuterium incorporated cotton fibers
  188. Fine grinding of thermoplastics by high speed friction grinding assisted by guar gum
  189. Facilitating enzymatic hydrolysis with a novel guaiacol-based deep eutectic solvent pretreatment
  190. THF co-solvent pretreatment prevents lignin redeposition from interfering with enzymes yielding prolonged cellulase activity
  191. Production of xylo-oligosaccharides from poplar by acetic acid pretreatment and its impact on inhibitory effect of poplar lignin
  192. Cellulose Nanofiber Templating: Recent Advances in Functional Materials through Cellulose Nanofiber Templating (Adv. Mater. 12/2021)
  193. Targeting hydroxycinnamoyl CoA: shikimate hydroxycinnamoyl transferase for lignin modification in Brachypodium distachyon
  194. Alignment of Cellulose Nanofibers: Harnessing Nanoscale Properties to Macroscale Benefits
  195. Recent Advances in Functional Materials through Cellulose Nanofiber Templating
  196. Synergistic Improvement of Carbohydrate and Lignin Processability by Biomimicking Biomass Processing
  197. Effect of endoglucanase and high-pressure homogenization post-treatments on mechanically grinded cellulose nanofibrils and their film performance
  198. The physiochemical alteration of flax fibers structuring components after different scouring and bleaching treatments
  199. Enhancement of polyhydroxyalkanoate production by co-feeding lignin derivatives with glycerol in Pseudomonas putida KT2440
  200. Use of biorefinery byproduct lignin in insulation foam materials for potential circular economy
  201. Synthesis and Characterization of Lignin-grafted-poly(ε-caprolactone) from Different Biomass Sources
  202. A mechanistic study of cellulase adsorption onto lignin
  203. Double bonus: surfactant-assisted biomass pelleting benefits both the pelleting process and subsequent enzymatic saccharification of the pretreated pellets
  204. Elucidating the mechanisms of enhanced lignin bioconversion by an alkali sterilization strategy
  205. Enhanced medium chain length-polyhydroxyalkanoate production by co-fermentation of lignin and holocellulose hydrolysates
  206. Influence of chain length in protic ionic liquids on physicochemical and structural features of lignins from sugarcane bagasse
  207. Influence of plasticizers on thermal and mechanical properties of biocomposite filaments made from lignin and polylactic acid for 3D printing
  208. Opportunities and Challenges of Lignin Utilization
  209. Recent Advances in Synthesis and Application of Lignin Nanoparticles
  210. Supercritical water co-liquefaction of LLDPE and PP into oil: properties and synergy
  211. Use of a Lewis acid, a Brønsted acid, and their binary mixtures for the liquefaction of lignocellulose by supercritical ethanol processing
  212. Emerging Technologies for Biorefineries, Biofuels, and Value-Added Commodities
  213. Lignin Valorization in Biorefineries Through Integrated Fractionation, Advanced Characterization, and Fermentation Intensification Strategies
  214. Enhancing the multi-functional properties of renewable lignin carbon fibers via defining the structure–property relationship using different biomass feedstocks
  215. Title, Copyright, Foreword
  216. Effects of Temperature and Time on Supercritical Methanol Co-Liquefaction of Rice Straw and Linear Low-Density Polyethylene
  217. Deep Eutectic Solvents: A Review of Fundamentals and Applications
  218. AdaptingDrosophila melanogasterCell Lines to Serum-Free Culture Conditions
  219. Investigation of the effect of lignin/pseudo-lignin on enzymatic hydrolysis by Quartz Crystal Microbalance
  220. Structural characterization of sugarcane lignins extracted from different protic ionic liquid pretreatments
  221. Synergistic enhancement of nanocellulose foam with dual in situ mineralization and crosslinking reaction
  222. Tensile properties of 3D-printed wood-filled PLA materials using poplar trees
  223. Optimal Cerebral Perfusion Pressure Targeted Patient-specific Treatment of Severe TBI in ICU
  224. Postoperative Cognitive Deterioration During Cardiac Surgery with Cardiopulmonary Bypass is Related to Impairments of Cerebrovascular Autoregulation
  225. Effect of using regenerated combined FAU and MOR zeolites as catalysts during the pyrolysis of kraft lignin
  226. Fabrication of lignocellulosic biomass paper containing nanofibrillated biomass
  227. Modified alkaline peroxide pretreatment: An efficient path forward for bioethanol production from bamboo
  228. Recent advancements of plant-based natural fiber–reinforced composites and their applications
  229. Recent Advances in the Application of Functionalized Lignin in Value-Added Polymeric Materials
  230. Enhanced BTEX formation via catalytic fast pyrolysis of styrene-butadiene rubber: Comparison of different catalysts
  231. One-step transformation of biomass to fuel precursors using a bi-functional combination of Pd/C and water tolerant Lewis acid
  232. Mechanistic Insight into Lignin Slow Pyrolysis by Linking Pyrolysis Chemistry and Carbon Material Properties
  233. Enhancement of Polyhydroxyalkanoate Production by Co-feeding Lignin Derivatives With Glycerol in Pseudomonas Putida KT2440
  234. Transgenic Poplar Designed for Biofuels
  235. Emerging Strategies for Modifying Lignin Chemistry to Enhance Biological Lignin Valorization
  236. Arabidopsis C‐terminal binding protein ANGUSTIFOLIA modulates transcriptional co‐regulation of MYB46 and WRKY33
  237. Structural Insights into Low and High Recalcitrance Natural Poplar Variants Using Neutron and X-ray Scattering
  238. Preface to Special Issue ofChemSusChemon Lignin Valorization: From Theory to Practice
  239. Investigation of a Lignin-Based Deep Eutectic Solvent Using p-Hydroxybenzoic Acid for Efficient Woody Biomass Conversion
  240. A Facile Degumming Method of Kenaf Fibers Using Deep Eutectic Solution
  241. Solvent-free production of carbon materials with developed pore structure from biomass for high-performance supercapacitors
  242. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Virtual Special Issue on Recent Advances in Biomass Characterization and Modeling
  243. Effects of CELF Pretreatment Severity on Lignin Structure and the Lignin-Based Polyurethane Properties
  244. Role of solvents in efficient deconstruction of biomass
  245. Chemically Cross-Linked Cellulose Nanocrystal Aerogels for Effective Removal of Cation Dye
  246. Observation of Potential Contaminants in Processed Biomass Using Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
  247. Promoting Aromatic Hydrocarbon Formation via Catalytic Pyrolysis of Polycarbonate Wastes over Fe- and Ce-Loaded Aluminum Oxide Catalysts
  248. Conversion of Loblolly pine biomass residues to bio-oil in a two-step process: Fast pyrolysis in the presence of zeolite and catalytic hydrogenation
  249. Perspective on Technical Lignin Fractionation
  250. Lignin as a UV Light Blocker—A Review
  251. The production of hydrogen–deuterium exchanged cellulose fibers with exchange-resistant deuterium incorporation
  252. Physico-chemical properties of lignin fractions from acid pretreated corn stover and their effects on enzymatic hydrolysis of microcrystalline cellulose
  253. Increasing the Carbohydrate Output of Bamboo Using a Combinatorial Pretreatment
  254. Cover Image, Volume 14, Issue 3
  255. Lignin extraction and upgrading using deep eutectic solvents
  256. Brightness Properties of Pulp and Paper
  257. Effects of the advanced organosolv pretreatment strategies on structural properties of woody biomass
  258. The effect of lignin degradation products on the generation of pseudo-lignin during dilute acid pretreatment
  259. Enhancing Enzyme-Mediated Hydrolysis of Mechanical Pulps by Deacetylation and Delignification
  260. 2D HSQC Chemical Shifts of Impurities from Biomass Pretreatment
  261. Converting polycarbonate and polystyrene plastic wastes intoaromatic hydrocarbons via catalytic fast co-pyrolysis
  262. Maximizing enzymatic hydrolysis efficiency of bamboo with a mild ethanol-assistant alkaline peroxide pretreatment
  263. Simultaneous depolymerization and fermentation of lignin into value-added products by the marine protist, Thraustochytrium striatum
  264. Isolation and characterization of lignocellulosic nanofibers from four kinds of organosolv-fractionated lignocellulosic materials
  265. Synthesis, Characterization, and Utilization of a Lignin-Based Adsorbent for Effective Removal of Azo Dye from Aqueous Solution
  266. Preparation and Characterization of Various Kraft Lignins and Impact on Their Pyrolysis Behaviors
  267. Lignin‐derived electrochemical energy materials and systems
  268. Black Liquor Valorization by Using Marine Protist Thraustochytrium striatum and the Preliminary Metabolic Mechanism Study
  269. Detailed Oil Compositional Analysis Enables Evaluation of Impact of Temperature and Biomass-to-Catalyst Ratio on ex Situ Catalytic Fast Pyrolysis of Pine Vapors over ZSM-5
  270. The critical role of lignin in lignocellulosic biomass conversion and recent pretreatment strategies: a comprehensive review
  271. Robust galactomannan/graphene oxide film with ultra-flexible, gas barrier and self-clean properties
  272. 3D printing of biomass-derived composites: application and characterization approaches
  273. A biomass pretreatment using cellulose-derived solvent Cyrene
  274. Correlations of the physicochemical properties of organosolv lignins from Broussonetia papyrifera with their antioxidant activities
  275. From cellulose to 1,2,4-benzenetriol via catalytic degradation over a wood-based activated carbon catalyst
  276. Measuring Biomass-Derived Products in Biological Conversion and Metabolic Process
  277. Natural deep eutectic solvent mediated extrusion for continuous high-solid pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass
  278. Structural changes of lignins in natural Populus variants during different pretreatments
  279. Sustainable energy and fuels from biomass: a review focusing on hydrothermal biomass processing
  280. The effect of switchgrass plant cell wall properties on its deconstruction by thermochemical pretreatments coupled with fungal enzymatic hydrolysis or Clostridium thermocellum consolidated bioprocessing
  281. Cover Feature: Cross‐Linked Nanocellulosic Materials and Their Applications (ChemSusChem 1/2020)
  282. Preparation of Highly Reactive Lignin by Ozone Oxidation: Application as Surfactants with Antioxidant and Anti-UV Properties
  283. Preserving Aryl Ether Linkages and Higher Yields of Isolated Lignin through Biomass Fibrillation
  284. Nacre-inspired hemicelluloses paper with fire retardant and gas barrier properties by self-assembly with bentonite nanosheets
  285. Stereolithography 3D Printing of Lignin-Reinforced Composites with Enhanced Mechanical Properties
  286. PdWND3A, a wood-associated NAC domain-containing protein, affects lignin biosynthesis and composition in Populus
  287. Recycling benzene and ethylbenzene from in-situ catalytic fast pyrolysis of plastic wastes
  288. Physicochemical changes of cellulose and their influences on Populus trichocarpa digestibility after different pretreatments
  289. Cross‐Linked Nanocellulosic Materials and Their Applications
  290. Bio-inspired nanocomposite by layer-by-layer coating of chitosan/hyaluronic acid multilayers on a hard nanocellulose-hydroxyapatite matrix
  291. Investigating the correlation of biomass recalcitrance with pyrolysis oil using poplar as the feedstock
  292. Catalytic conversion of rubber wastes to produce aromatic hydrocarbons over USY zeolites: Effect of SiO2/Al2O3 mole ratio
  293. Patient specific TBI patients’ treatment: single center study
  294. Poplar as Biofiber Reinforcement in Composites for Large-Scale 3D Printing
  295. One-pot transformation of lignocellulosic biomass into crude bio-oil with metal chlorides via hydrothermal and supercritical ethanol processing
  296. Catalytic fast co-pyrolysis of bamboo sawdust and waste plastics for enhanced aromatic hydrocarbons production using synthesized CeO2/γ-Al2O3 and HZSM-5
  297. In-situ evaluation for upgrading of biomass model compounds over noble metal catalysts by isotopic tracing and NMR monitoring
  298. Erratum to’ In-situ evaluation for upgrading of biomass model compounds over noble metal catalysts by isotopic tracing and NMR monitoring’
  299. A Comprehensive Characterization of Pyrolysis Oil from Softwood Barks
  300. Comparative study of anterior segment measurements using 3 different instruments in myopic patients after ICL implantation
  301. Determination of hydroxyl groups in biorefinery resources via quantitative 31P NMR spectroscopy
  302. Chitosan-based layered carbon materials prepared via ionic-liquid-assisted hydrothermal carbonization and their performance study
  303. Dynamic Self-Assembly of Polyelectrolyte Composite Nanomaterial Film
  304. Utilization of deep eutectic solvent as a degumming protocol for Apocynum venetum bast
  305. SANS study of structures and deuterium incorporation into vegetative leaf stalks of deuterated kale (Brassica oleracea)
  306. A Multifunctional Cosolvent Pair Reveals Molecular Principles of Biomass Deconstruction
  307. Integration of renewable deep eutectic solvents with engineered biomass to achieve a closed-loop biorefinery
  308. Non‐Solvent Fractionation of Lignin Enhances Carbon Fiber Performance
  309. Hydrogenation of Phenol to Cyclohexanone over Bifunctional Pd/C-Heteropoly Acid Catalyst in the Liquid Phase
  310. Lignin-Based Polyurethanes from Unmodified Kraft Lignin Fractionated by Sequential Precipitation
  311. Preparation and Characterization of Microcellulose and Nanocellulose Fibers from Artemisia Vulgaris Bast
  312. Combining loss of function of FOLYLPOLYGLUTAMATE SYNTHETASE1 and CAFFEOYL-COA 3-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE1 for lignin reduction and improved saccharification efficiency in Arabidopsis thaliana
  313. Mechanism‐Guided Design of Highly Efficient Protein Secretion and Lipid Conversion for Biomanufacturing and Biorefining
  314. Identifying and creating pathways to improve biological lignin valorization
  315. A finalized determinant for complete lignocellulose enzymatic saccharification potential to maximize bioethanol production in bioenergy Miscanthus
  316. Thawing, Culturing, and Cryopreserving <em>Drosophila</em> Cell Lines
  317. Preparation and characterization of nanocellulose–polyvinyl alcohol multilayer film by layer-by-layer method
  318. Population-level approaches reveal novel aspects of lignin biosynthesis, content, composition and structure
  319. Catalytic conversion of waste cooking oils for the production of liquid hydrocarbon biofuels using in-situ coating metal oxide on SBA-15 as heterogeneous catalyst
  320. Clean production of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural from cellulose using a hydrothermal/biomass-based carbon catalyst
  321. Effect of solvent fractionation pretreatment on energy consumption of cellulose nanofabrication from switchgrass
  322. Pyrolytic Behavior of Major Biomass Components in Waste Biomass
  323. Cross-linked poly(methyl vinyl ether-co-maleic acid)/poly(ethylene glycol)/nanocellulosics foams via directional freezing
  324. Kinetic understanding of nitrogen supply condition on biosynthesis of polyhydroxyalkanoate from benzoate by Pseudomonas putida KT2440
  325. Production of deuterated biomass by cultivation of Lemna minor (duckweed) in D2O
  326. Downregulation of pectin biosynthesis gene GAUT4 leads to reduced ferulate and lignin-carbohydrate cross-linking in switchgrass
  327. Codesign of Combinatorial Organosolv Pretreatment (COP) and Lignin Nanoparticles (LNPs) in Biorefineries
  328. Hemicellulose–Cellulose Composites Reveal Differences in Cellulose Organization after Dilute Acid Pretreatment
  329. Defining lignin nanoparticle properties through tailored lignin reactivity by sequential organosolv fragmentation approach (SOFA)
  330. Effects of one-step alkaline and two-step alkaline/dilute acid and alkaline/steam explosion pretreatments on the structure of isolated pine lignin
  331. Biomimetic composite scaffold from an in situ hydroxyapatite coating on cellulose nanocrystals
  332. A critical review on the analysis of lignin carbohydrate bonds
  333. Cellulolytic enzyme-aided extraction of hemicellulose from switchgrass and its characteristics
  334. Cellulose hydrolysis byClostridium thermocellumis agnostic to substrate structural properties in contrast to fungal cellulases
  335. Cooperative valorization of lignin and residual sugar to polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) for enhanced yield and carbon utilization in biorefineries
  336. Diol pretreatment to fractionate a reactive lignin in lignocellulosic biomass biorefineries
  337. Catalytic fast co-pyrolysis of bamboo sawdust and waste tire using a tandem reactor with cascade bubbling fluidized bed and fixed bed system
  338. From lignin to valuable products–strategies, challenges, and prospects
  339. In-situ evaluation for upgrading of biomass over noble metal catalysts by isotopic tracing and NMR monitoring
  340. Lactate dehydrogenase and glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase cooperatively regulate growth and carbohydrate metabolism during Drosophila melanogaster larval development
  341. Measurement of Physicochemical Properties of Lignin
  342. Overexpression of a serine hydroxymethyltransferase increases biomass production and reduces recalcitrance in the bioenergy crop Populus
  343. Rhodococcus and Yarrowia-Based Lipid Production Using Lignin-Containing Industrial Residues
  344. Structural Studies of Deuterium-Labeled Switchgrass Biomass
  345. Preface
  346. Variation in neurosurgical management of traumatic brain injury: a survey in 68 centers participating in the CENTER-TBI study
  347. Generating and working with Drosophila cell cultures: Current challenges and opportunities
  348. The Path Forward for Biofuels and Biomaterials
  349. A New Calmodulin-Binding Protein Expresses in the Context of Secondary Cell Wall Biosynthesis and Impacts Biomass Properties in Populus
  350. Hemicellulose characterization of deuterated switchgrass
  351. Porous artificial bone scaffold synthesized from a facile in situ hydroxyapatite coating and crosslinking reaction of crystalline nanocellulose
  352. Assessing the Facile Pretreatments of Bagasse for Efficient Enzymatic Conversion and Their Impacts on Structural and Chemical Properties
  353. An alkali-free method to manufacture ramie fiber
  354. Editorial: Advancements in Biomass Recalcitrance: The Use of Lignin for the Production of Fuels and Chemicals
  355. Fractionation and characterization of lignin streams from unique high-lignin content endocarp feedstocks
  356. Catalytic fast pyrolysis of bamboo sawdust via a two-step bench scale bubbling fluidized bed/fixed bed reactor: Study on synergistic effect of alkali metal oxides and HZSM-5
  357. Understanding the influences of different pretreatments on recalcitrance of Populus natural variants
  358. Catalytic Conversion of Bamboo Sawdust over ZrO2–CeO2/γ-Al2O3 to Produce Ketonic Hydrocarbon Precursors and Furans
  359. Insights of Ethanol Organosolv Pretreatment on Lignin Properties of Broussonetia papyrifera
  360. Ethanol: A Promising Green Solvent for the Deconstruction of Lignocellulose
  361. Ultrastructure and Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Deuterated Switchgrass
  362. Natural deep eutectic solvents for lignocellulosic biomass pretreatment: Recent developments, challenges and novel opportunities
  363. Characterization of fractional cuts of co-solvent enhanced lignocellulosic fractionation lignin isolated by sequential precipitation
  364. A green degumming process of ramie
  365. Topochemical Understanding of Lignin Distribution During Hydrothermal Flowthrough Pretreatment
  366. Functional Analysis of Cellulose Synthase CesA4 and CesA6 Genes in Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) by Overexpression and RNAi-Mediated Gene Silencing
  367. Inhibitory effects of lignin on enzymatic hydrolysis: The role of lignin chemistry and molecular weight
  368. Hybrid Catalytic Biorefining of Hardwood Biomass to Methylated Furans and Depolymerized Technical Lignin
  369. Isolation and characterization of cellulosic fibers from kenaf bast using steam explosion and Fenton oxidation treatment
  370. Lignin ‘First’ Pretreatments: Research Opportunities and Challenges
  371. Characterization and Catalytic Transfer Hydrogenolysis of Deep Eutectic Solvent Extracted Sorghum Lignin to Phenolic Compounds
  372. Production of single cell protein from agro-waste using Rhodococcus opacus
  373. Chemical Transformations of Poplar Lignin during Cosolvent Enhanced Lignocellulosic Fractionation Process
  374. Investigation of Composition, Structure and Bioactivity of Extracellular Polymeric Substances from Original and Stress-induced Strains of Thraustochytrium striatum
  375. Fast Fractionation of Technical Lignins by Organic Cosolvents
  376. A structured understanding of cellobiohydrolase I binding to poplar lignin fractions after dilute acid pretreatment
  377. Understanding Lignin Fractionation and Characterization from Engineered Switchgrass Treated by an Aqueous Ionic Liquid
  378. Characterization of Whole Biomasses in Pyridine Based Ionic Liquid at Low Temperature by 31P NMR: An Approach to Quantitatively Measure Hydroxyl Groups in Biomass As Their Original Structures
  379. Laccase-mediated functionalization of chitosan with 4-hexyloxyphenol enhances antioxidant and hydrophobic properties of copolymer
  380. Sugar release and growth of biofuel crops are improved by downregulation of pectin biosynthesis
  381. Characteristics of Lignin Fractions from Dilute Acid Pretreated Switchgrass and Their Effect on Cellobiohydrolase from Trichoderma longibrachiatum
  382. Co-production of bio-ethanol, xylonic acid and slow-release nitrogen fertilizer from low-cost straw pulping solid residue
  383. Interaction of Lignin with Cellulase, a Key Role in Cellulosic Ethanol Production
  384. Recent advances in understanding the pseudo-lignin formation in a lignocellulosic biorefinery
  385. Linking lignin source with structural and electrochemical properties of lignin-derived carbon materials
  386. Cellulose–hemicellulose interactions at elevated temperatures increase cellulose recalcitrance to biological conversion
  387. Impact of hydration and temperature history on the structure and dynamics of lignin
  388. Significance of Lignin S/G Ratio in Biomass Recalcitrance of Populus trichocarpa Variants for Bioethanol Production
  389. 31P NMR Chemical Shifts of Solvents and Products Impurities in Biomass Pretreatments
  390. Opposing Post-transcriptional Control of InR by FMRP and LIN-28 Adjusts Stem Cell-Based Tissue Growth
  391. Overexpression of a Domain of Unknown Function 231-containing protein increases O-xylan acetylation and cellulose biosynthesis in Populus
  392. The effect of liquid hot water pretreatment on the chemical–structural alteration and the reduced recalcitrance in poplar
  393. Adding tetrahydrofuran to dilute acid pretreatment provides new insights into substrate changes that greatly enhance biomass deconstruction by Clostridium thermocellum and fungal enzymes
  394. Defined tetra-allelic gene disruption of the 4-coumarate:coenzyme A ligase 1 (Pv4CL1) gene by CRISPR/Cas9 in switchgrass results in lignin reduction and improved sugar release
  395. Dynamic changes in transcriptome and cell wall composition underlying brassinosteroid-mediated lignification of switchgrass suspension cells
  396. Comparative evaluation of Populus variants total sugar release and structural features following pretreatment and digestion by two distinct biological systems
  397. The Nature of Hololignin
  398. Lignin Exhibits Recalcitrance‐Associated Features Following the Consolidated Bioprocessing of Populus trichocarpa Natural Variants
  399. Effect of Autohydrolysis Pretreatment Conditions on Sugarcane Bagasse Structures and Product Distribution Resulting from Pyrolysis
  400. Effect of Autohydrolysis Pretreatment Conditions on Sugarcane Bagasse Structures and Product Distribution Resulting from Pyrolysis
  401. Adsorption of cellobiohydrolases I onto lignin fractions from dilute acid pretreated Broussonetia papyrifera
  402. Characterization of products from hydrothermal carbonization of pine
  403. Rice straw as a feedstock for biofuels: Availability, recalcitrance, and chemical properties
  404. Continuous non-invasive monitoring of cerebrovascular autoregulation impairments during cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass in order to protect the brain from postoperative cognitive deterioration
  405. Effect of autohydrolysis pretreatment on biomass structure and the resulting bio-oil from a pyrolysis process
  406. Utilization of simultaneous saccharification and fermentation residues as feedstock for lipid accumulation in Rhodococcus opacus
  407. Deconstruction of lignocellulosic biomass with hydrated cerium (III) chloride in water and ethanol
  408. Solid-State NMR Investigation of Bio-chars Produced from Biomass Components and Whole Biomasses
  409. Effect of in Vivo Deuteration on Structure of Switchgrass Lignin
  410. Enhanced Production of Bioethanol by Fermentation of Autohydrolyzed and C4mimOAc-Treated Sugarcane Bagasse Employing Various Yeast Strains
  411. Structural elucidation of hydro-products from hydrothermal carbonization of loblolly pine at different temperatures using NMR techniques
  412. Elucidating the Structural Changes to Populus Lignin during Consolidated Bioprocessing with Clostridium thermocellum
  413. Allelopathic effects of exogenous phenylalanine: a comparison of four monocot species
  414. Bioavailability of Carbohydrate Content in Natural and Transgenic Switchgrasses for the Extreme Thermophile Caldicellulosiruptor bescii
  415. Laccase-mediated synthesis of lignin-core hyperbranched copolymers
  416. Biofuel production from Jerusalem artichoke tuber inulins: a review
  417. Ionic liquids: Promising green solvents for lignocellulosic biomass utilization
  418. Comparative Study of the Structure of Hydroproducts Derived from Loblolly Pine and Straw Grass
  419. Effects of Biomass Accessibility and Klason Lignin Contents during Consolidated Bioprocessing in Populus trichocarpa
  420. 31 P NMR Characterization of Tricin and Its Structurally Similar Flavonoids
  421. Pseudo-Lignin Formation during Dilute acid Pretreatment for Cellulosic Ethanol
  422. Understanding the Changes to Biomass Surface Characteristics after Ammonia and Organosolv Pretreatments by Using Time‐of‐Flight Secondary‐Ion Mass Spectrometry (TOF‐SIMS)
  423. Overexpression of a Domain of Unknown Function 266-containing protein results in high cellulose content, reduced recalcitrance, and enhanced plant growth in the bioenergy crop Populus
  424. OsCESA9 conserved-site mutation leads to largely enhanced plant lodging resistance and biomass enzymatic saccharification by reducing cellulose DP and crystallinity in rice
  425. Plasticity, elasticity, and adhesion energy of plant cell walls: nanometrology of lignin loss using atomic force microscopy
  426. Cover Image
  427. Advanced Chemical Design for Efficient Lignin Bioconversion
  428. Surface Characterization of Populus during Caldicellulosiruptor bescii Growth by TOF-SIMS Analysis
  429. Effects of Lignin Structure on Hydrodeoxygenation Reactivity of Pine Wood Lignin to Valuable Chemicals
  430. Study of traits and recalcitrance reduction of field-grown COMT down-regulated switchgrass
  431. Comparison of autohydrolysis and ionic liquid 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate pretreatment to enhance enzymatic hydrolysis of sugarcane bagasse
  432. Effects of organosolv and ammonia pretreatments on lignin properties and its inhibition for enzymatic hydrolysis
  433. Cellulose and lignin colocalization at the plant cell wall surface limits microbial hydrolysis of Populus biomass
  434. Insights of biomass recalcitrance in natural Populus trichocarpa variants for biomass conversion
  435. Conversion of corn stover alkaline pre-treatment waste streams into biodiesel via Rhodococci
  436. Lignin carbon fiber: The path for quality
  437. Recent advances in lignin-based polyurethanes
  438. Synergistic maximization of the carbohydrate output and lignin processability by combinatorial pretreatment
  439. Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass Components-Recent Research and Future Opportunity
  440. A Review on The Bioconversion of Lignin to Microbial Lipid with Oleaginous Rhodococcus opacus
  441. Physicochemical Structural Changes of Cellulosic Substrates during Enzymatic Saccharification
  442. Understanding Multiscale Structural Changes During Dilute Acid Pretreatment of Switchgrass and Poplar
  443. Advances in understanding the surface chemistry of lignocellulosic biomass via time‐of‐flight secondary ion mass spectrometry
  444. An In-Depth Understanding of Biomass Recalcitrance Using Natural Poplar Variants as the Feedstock
  445. Fractionation of Organosolv Lignin Using Acetone:Water and Properties of the Obtained Fractions
  446. Current Understanding of the Correlation of Lignin Structure with Biomass Recalcitrance
  447. ChemInform Abstract: From Lignin Association to Nano-/Micro-Particle Preparation: Extracting Higher Value of Lignin
  448. Characterization of cellulose structure of Populus plants modified in candidate cellulose biosynthesis genes
  449. Effect of torrefaction temperature on lignin macromolecule and product distribution from HZSM-5 catalytic pyrolysis
  450. Revealing the Molecular Structural Transformation of Hardwood and Softwood in Dilute Acid Flowthrough Pretreatment
  451. Down-Regulation of KORRIGAN-Like Endo-β-1,4-Glucanase Genes Impacts Carbon Partitioning, Mycorrhizal Colonization and Biomass Production in Populus
  452. Cognitive function, stress hormones, heart rate and nutritional status during simulated captivity in military survival training
  453. Conversion of lignin into value-added materials and chemicals via laccase-assisted copolymerization
  454. Review of NMR Characterization of Pyrolysis Oils
  455. Challenging/interesting lignin times
  456. Cover Image, Volume 10, Issue 5
  457. Two Decades of Laccases: Advancing Sustainability in the Chemical Industry
  458. Ecofriendly syntheses of phenothiazones and related structures facilitated by laccase – a comparative study
  459. Physicochemical Structural Changes of Poplar and Switchgrass during Biomass Pretreatment and Enzymatic Hydrolysis
  460. Determining the Syringyl/Guaiacyl Lignin Ratio in the Vessel and Fiber Cell Walls of TransgenicPopulusPlants
  461. A review of sugarcane bagasse for second-generation bioethanol and biopower production
  462. Lignin Conversion: Opportunities and Challenges for the Integrated Biorefinery
  463. Refining Each Process Step to Accelerate the Development of Biorefineries
  464. Comparative study of lignin characteristics from wheat straw obtained by soda-AQ and kraft pretreatment and effect on the following enzymatic hydrolysis process
  465. Elucidating Structural Characteristics of Biomass using Solution-State 2 D NMR with a Mixture of Deuterated Dimethylsulfoxide and Hexamethylphosphoramide
  466. Application of a Pyroprobe–Deuterium NMR System: Deuterium Tracing and Mechanistic Study of Upgrading Process for Lignin Model Compounds
  467. ChemInform Abstract: The Occurrence of Tricin and Its Derivatives in Plants
  468. Can intracranial pressure be measured non-invasively bedside using a two-depth Doppler-technique?
  469. ChemInform Abstract: A Review of Whole Cell Wall NMR by the Direct-Dissolution of Biomass
  470. Consolidated bioprocessing of Populus using Clostridium (Ruminiclostridium) thermocellum: a case study on the impact of lignin composition and structure
  471. The frontiers of energy
  472. Physiochemical Characterization of Lignocellulosic Biomass Dissolution by Flowthrough Pretreatment
  473. Synergistic enzymatic and microbial lignin conversion
  474. A review of whole cell wall NMR by the direct-dissolution of biomass
  475. The occurrence of tricin and its derivatives in plants
  476. A study of poplar organosolv lignin after melt rheology treatment as carbon fiber precursors
  477. Isolation and characterization of new lignin streams derived from extractive-ammonia (EA) pretreatment
  478. Analysis of MicroRNA Function in Drosophila
  479. From lignin association to nano-/micro-particle preparation: extracting higher value of lignin
  480. Systems biology-guided biodesign of consolidated lignin conversion
  481. How chip size impacts steam pretreatment effectiveness for biological conversion of poplar wood into fermentable sugars
  482. Recalcitrance and structural analysis by water-only flowthrough pretreatment of 13C enriched corn stover stem
  483. Reply to: ‘TLP: a premature concept’
  484. Lin-28 promotes symmetric stem cell division and drives adaptive growth in the adult Drosophila intestine
  485. Starving for more: Nutrient sensing by LIN-28 in adult intestinal progenitor cells
  486. Eucalyptus fiber modification using dielectric-barrier discharge
  487. Toxicological challenges to microbial bioethanol production and strategies for improved tolerance
  488. Lignin Bioproducts to Enable Biofuels
  489. Laccase-catalyzed synthesis of 2,3-ethylenedithio-1,4-quinones
  490. Structural Transformation of Isolated Poplar and Switchgrass Lignins during Dilute Acid Treatment
  491. Lignin Structural Alterations in Thermochemical Pretreatments with Limited Delignification
  492. Literature review and meta-analysis of translaminar pressure difference in open-angle glaucoma
  493. Microbial lipid production by oleaginous Rhodococci cultured in lignocellulosic autohydrolysates
  494. Biodiesel From Grease Interceptor to Gas Tank
  495. Laccase-catalyzed α-arylation of benzoylacetonitrile with substituted hydroquinones
  496. Production of deuterated switchgrass by hydroponic cultivation
  497. Pinoresinol reductase 1 impacts lignin distribution during secondary cell wall biosynthesis in Arabidopsis
  498. Vibrational spectral signatures of crystalline cellulose using high resolution broadband sum frequency generation vibrational spectroscopy (HR-BB-SFG-VS)
  499. Thermo-responsive and fluorescent cellulose nanocrystals grafted with polymer brushes
  500. Effect of torrefaction on biomass structure and hydrocarbon production from fast pyrolysis
  501. Bioconversion of oxygen-pretreated Kraft lignin to microbial lipid with oleaginous Rhodococcus opacus DSM 1069
  502. Silicon cantilever functionalization for cellulose-specific chemical force imaging of switchgrass
  503. Insights into the effect of dilute acid, hot water or alkaline pretreatment on the cellulose accessible surface area and the overall porosity of Populus
  504. Characterization of micro fibrillation process of cellulose and mercerized cellulose pulp
  505. In situ upgrading of whole biomass to biofuel precursors with low average molecular weight and acidity by the use of zeolite mixture
  506. Bioconversion of lignocellulosic pretreatment effluent via oleaginous Rhodococcus opacus DSM 1069
  507. Value Added Biomaterials via Laccase-Mediated Surface Functionalization
  508. Changes in Cell Wall Properties Coincide with Overexpression of Extensin Fusion Proteins in Suspension Cultured Tobacco Cells
  509. Noble metal catalyzed aqueous phase hydrogenation and hydrodeoxygenation of lignin-derived pyrolysis oil and related model compounds
  510. Physicochemical characterization of ethanol organosolv lignin (EOL) from Eucalyptus globulus: Effect of extraction conditions on the molecular structure
  511. The Effect of Alkaline Pretreatment Methods on Cellulose Structure and Accessibility
  512. High performance green barriers based on nanocellulose
  513. Pyrolysis Oil-Based Lipid Production as Biodiesel Feedstock by Rhodococcus opacus
  514. Preparation of aligned porous chitin nanowhisker foams by directional freeze–casting technique
  515. Novel Method and Device for Fully Non-Invasive Cerebrovascular Autoregulation Monitoring
  516. High Shear Homogenization of Lignin to Nanolignin and Thermal Stability of Nanolignin-Polyvinyl Alcohol Blends
  517. Effect of lignin content on changes occurring in poplar cellulose ultrastructure during dilute acid pretreatment
  518. Enhancement of nanofibrillation of softwood cellulosic fibers by oxidation and sulfonation
  519. The emergence of Clostridium thermocellum as a high utility candidate for consolidated bioprocessing applications
  520. Economic Analysis of an Organosolv Process for Bioethanol Production
  521. Lignin Structure and Aggregation Behavior in a Two-Component Ionic Liquid Solvent System
  522. Structure Analysis of Pine Bark-, Residue-, and Stem-Derived Light Oil and Its Hydrodeoxygenation Products
  523. Characterization and analysis of the molecular weight of lignin for biorefining studies
  524. Editorial overview: Energy Biotechnology
  525. Recent advances in understanding the role of cellulose accessibility in enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosic substrates
  526. Comparison of changes in cellulose ultrastructure during different pretreatments of poplar
  527. Lignin Valorization: Improving Lignin Processing in the Biorefinery
  528. US–Swedish bridge to the future: sustainable forest biorefining
  529. Hydrogels Prepared from Cross-Linked Nanofibrillated Cellulose
  530. Effect of D2O on Growth Properties and Chemical Structure of Annual Ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum)
  531. Characterization of cellulose nanofibrillation by micro grinding
  532. The formation of the population genetic structure of the European eel Anguilla anguilla (L.): a short review
  533. Drosha-independent DGCR8/Pasha pathway regulates neuronal morphogenesis
  534. CHAPTER 6: ENZYMATIC DECONSTRUCTION OF LIGNOCELLULOSE TO FERMENTABLE SUGARS
  535. Preparation and characteristics of cellulose nanowhisker reinforced acrylic foams synthesized by freeze-casting
  536. 19F NMR spectroscopy for the quantitative analysis of carbonyl groups in bio-oils
  537. Common processes drive the thermochemical pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass
  538. Suppression of pseudo-lignin formation under dilute acid pretreatment conditions
  539. Nanocomposite film prepared by depositing xylan on cellulose nanowhiskers matrix
  540. Thermally enhanced high performance cellulose nano fibril barrier membranes
  541. Ice templated and cross-linked xylan/nanocrystalline cellulose hydrogels
  542. Structural Characterization of Lignin in Wild-Type versus COMT Down-Regulated Switchgrass
  543. Agave proves to be a low recalcitrant lignocellulosic feedstock for biofuels production on semi-arid lands
  544. The use of combination of zeolites to pursue integrated refined pyrolysis oil from kraft lignin
  545. Southern Pine Based on Biorefinery Center
  546. Synthesis of a co-cross-linked nanocomposite hydrogels from poly(methyl vinyl ether-co-maleic acid)-polyethylene glycol and nanofibrillated cellulose
  547. Effect of storage conditions on the stability and fermentability of enzymatic lignocellulosic hydrolysate
  548. A ‘Twitter’ Generation Perspective on Biorefining
  549. Comparison for the compositions of fast and slow pyrolysis oils by NMR characterization
  550. Polymerization of Kraft lignin via ultrasonication for high-molecular-weight applications
  551. A Genomics Approach to Deciphering Lignin Biosynthesis in Switchgrass
  552. Integration of hemicellulose pre-extraction in the bleach-grade pulp production process
  553. Investigation of lignin deposition on cellulose during hydrothermal pretreatment, its effect on cellulose hydrolysis, and underlying mechanisms
  554. Determination of porosity of lignocellulosic biomass before and after pretreatment by using Simons’ stain and NMR techniques
  555. The fate of lignin during hydrothermal pretreatment
  556. The effect of deuteration on the structure of bacterial cellulose
  557. Interview with Art Ragauskas
  558. Materials for Biofuels
  559. Enhanced characteristics of genetically modified switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) for high biofuel production
  560. When to accept no … to yesterday's solutions
  561. Design and simulation of an organosolv process for bioethanol production
  562. Fundamentals of Biomass Pretreatment by Fractionation
  563. Plant Biomass Characterization: Application of Solution- and Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
  564. Biodiesel from grease interceptor to gas tank
  565. Improving Physical Properties of Kraft Hardwood Pulps by Copulping with Agricultural Residues
  566. Influence of Si/Al Ratio of ZSM-5 Zeolite on the Properties of Lignin Pyrolysis Products
  567. Lignin Pyrolysis Components and Upgrading—Technology Review
  568. NMR a critical tool to study the production of carbon fiber from lignin
  569. Comparison of laboratory delignification methods, their selectivity, and impacts on physiochemical characteristics of cellulosic biomass
  570. Three lignocellulose features that distinctively affect biomass enzymatic digestibility under NaOH and H2SO4 pretreatments in Miscanthus
  571. Extraction of Hemicellulose from Loblolly Pine Woodchips and Subsequent Kraft Pulping
  572. Migraine headache is present in the aura phase: A prospective study
  573. Clinical Assessment of Noninvasive Intracranial Pressure Absolute Value Measurement Method
  574. Mechanical deconstruction of lignocellulose cell walls and their enzymatic saccharification
  575. Impact of Pseudolignin versus Dilute Acid-Pretreated Lignin on Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Cellulose
  576. Carbohydrate and lignin are simultaneously solubilized from unpretreated switchgrass by microbial action at high temperature
  577. Hydrodeoxygenation by deuterium gas – a powerful way to provide insight into the reaction mechanisms
  578. Freeze-casting of cellulose nanowhisker foams prepared from a water-dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) binary mixture at low DMSO concentrations
  579. Lignin to lipid bioconversion by oleaginous Rhodococci
  580. Investigation of the fate of poplar lignin during autohydrolysis pretreatment to understand the biomass recalcitrance
  581. Re-defining the Future of FOG and Biodiesel
  582. Chemical Pretreatment Techniques for Biofuels and Biorefineries from Softwood
  583. Production of renewable gasoline from aqueous phase hydrogenation of lignin pyrolysis oil
  584. CHAPTER 4. Lignin Modification to Reduce the Recalcitrance of Biomass Processing
  585. Improving the mechanical and thermal properties of gelatin hydrogels cross-linked by cellulose nanowhiskers
  586. Enzyme Initiated Cascade Reactions
  587. Laccase-Catalyzed C-C Bond Forming Reactions
  588. Assessing the molecular structure basis for biomass recalcitrance during dilute acid and hydrothermal pretreatments
  589. Global transcriptome analysis of Clostridium thermocellum ATCC 27405 during growth on dilute acid pretreated Populus and switchgrass
  590. MicroRNAs as Components of Systemic Signaling Pathways in Drosophila melanogaster
  591. Biotechnological opportunities with the β-ketoadipate pathway
  592. Effects of feeding fiber-fermenting bacteria to pigs on nutrient digestion, fecal output, and plasma energy metabolites1,2
  593. 3D Chemical Image using TOF-SIMS Revealing the Biopolymer Component Spatial and Lateral Distributions in Biomass
  594. 3D Chemical Image using TOF-SIMS Revealing the Biopolymer Component Spatial and Lateral Distributions in Biomass
  595. Carbohydrate derived-pseudo-lignin can retard cellulose biological conversion
  596. A Novel Oxidative Pretreatment of Loblolly Pine, Sweetgum, and Miscanthus by Ozone
  597. Grafting of model primary amine compounds to cellulose nanowhiskers through periodate oxidation
  598. Dry Kraft Pulping at Ambient Pressure for Cost Effective Energy Saving and Pollution Deduction
  599. 4- O -methylation of glucuronic acid in Arabidopsis glucuronoxylan is catalyzed by a domain of unknown function family 579 protein
  600. In Situ NMR Characterization of Pyrolysis Oil during Accelerated Aging
  601. Fuel ethanol production fromEucalyptus globuluswood by autocatalized organosolv pretreatment ethanol-water and SSF
  602. Pseudo-lignin formation and its impact on enzymatic hydrolysis
  603. Biomass Characterization: Recent Progress in Understanding Biomass Recalcitrance
  604. Development of New Methods in Scanning Probe Microscopy for Lignocellulosic Biomass Characterization
  605. Neutron Technologies for Bioenergy Research
  606. Miscanthus: a fast-growing crop for biofuels and chemicals production
  607. Kraft Lignin-Based Rigid Polyurethane Foam
  608. Ophthalmic Artery as a sensor for non-invasive intracranial pressure measurement electronic system
  609. Supporting clinical trials to predict adverse events in the brain trauma domain
  610. Compositional Characterization and Pyrolysis of Loblolly Pine and Douglas-fir Bark
  611. Pretreatment and Lignocellulosic Chemistry
  612. Clinical assessment of noninvasive intracranial pressure absolute value measurement method
  613. Cellulose nanowhisker foams by freeze casting
  614. Modification of old corrugated container pulp with laccase and laccase–mediator system
  615. Study on the modification of bleached eucalyptus kraft pulp using birch xylan
  616. Chemical characterization and water content determination of bio-oils obtained from various biomass species using31P NMR spectroscopy
  617. Solid-State Selective13C Excitation and Spin Diffusion NMR To Resolve Spatial Dimensions in Plant Cell Walls
  618. Noninvasive Monitoring of Cerebrovascular Autoregulation Response to Resistance Exercises
  619. Dilute H 2 SO 4 and SO 2 pretreatments of Loblolly pine wood residue for bioethanol production
  620. Structural Characterization of Switchgrass Lignin after Ethanol Organosolv Pretreatment
  621. Combined inactivation of the Clostridium cellulolyticum lactate and malate dehydrogenase genes substantially increases ethanol yield from cellulose and switchgrass fermentations
  622. Deuterium incorporation in biomass cell wall components by NMR analysis
  623. Determination of cellulase colocalization on cellulose fiber with quantitative FRET measured by acceptor photobleaching and spectrally unmixing fluorescence microscopy
  624. 13C cell wall enrichment and ionic liquid NMR analysis: progress towards a high-throughput detailed chemical analysis of the whole plant cell wall
  625. Do-Able Biofuels
  626. Do-Able Biofuels
  627. Preparation of superabsorbent cellulosic hydrogels
  628. Torrefaction of Loblolly pine
  629. Chemical transformations of Populus trichocarpa during dilute acid pretreatment
  630. Nanoreinforced xylan–cellulose composite foams by freeze-casting
  631. Synthesis of a novel cellulose nanowhisker-based drug delivery system
  632. One step thermal conversion of lignin to the gasoline range liquid products by using zeolites as additives
  633. Ethanol organosolv lignin-based rigid polyurethane foam reinforced with cellulose nanowhiskers
  634. Chemical composition and characterization of cellulose for Agave as a fast-growing, drought-tolerant biofuels feedstock
  635. Editors & Editorial Board
  636. Biopolymer Nanocomposite Films Reinforced with Nanocellulose Whiskers
  637. Structural characterization of alkaline hydrogen peroxide pretreated grasses exhibiting diverse lignin phenotypes
  638. Down-regulation of the caffeic acid O-methyltransferase gene in switchgrass reveals a novel monolignol analog
  639. Early Warning of EUSIG-Defined Hypotensive Events Using a Bayesian Artificial Neural Network
  640. Trigger Characteristics of EUSIG-Defined Hypotensive Events
  641. Better Plants-Better Biorefining: A Personal Perspective
  642. Characterization of Milled Wood Lignin (MWL) in Loblolly Pine Stem Wood, Residue, and Bark
  643. Heteronuclear Single-Quantum Correlation–Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (HSQC–NMR) Fingerprint Analysis of Pyrolysis Oils
  644. Bioconversion of lignin model compounds with oleaginous Rhodococci
  645. Characterization of Fermentation Residues from the Production of Bio-Ethanol from Lignocellulosic Feedstocks
  646. Cellulose Isolation Methodology for NMR Analysis of Cellulose Ultrastructure
  647. Analysis of Cerebrovascular Autoregulation Reactivity Index Electronic Monitoring Methods
  648. Structural changes in switchgrass lignin and hemicelluloses during pretreatments by NMR analysis
  649. Nanometrology of delignifiedPopulususing mode synthesizing atomic force microscopy
  650. Pyrolysis of Kraft Lignin with Additives
  651. HSQC (heteronuclear single quantum coherence) 13C–1H correlation spectra of whole biomass in perdeuterated pyridinium chloride–DMSO system: An effective tool for evaluating pretreatment
  652. Rigid Polyurethane Foam/Cellulose Whisker Nanocomposites: Preparation, Characterization, and Properties
  653. Challenges of the utilization of wood polymers: how can they be overcome?
  654. Biomass Characterization of Morphological Portions of Alamo Switchgrass
  655. Publisher’s Note: Self-similar multiscale structure of lignin revealed by neutron scattering and molecular dynamics simulation [Phys. Rev. E83, 061911 (2011)]
  656. Comparative studies on hydrothermal pretreatment and enzymatic saccharification of leaves and internodes of alamo switchgrass
  657. Self-similar multiscale structure of lignin revealed by neutron scattering and molecular dynamics simulation
  658. NMR Characterization of Pyrolysis Oils from Kraft Lignin
  659. Preparation of Starch−Fatty Acid Modified Clay and Its Application in Packaging Papers
  660. New energy and green entrepreneurship
  661. Comparison of microwaves to fluidized sand baths for heating tubular reactors for hydrothermal and dilute acid batch pretreatment of corn stover
  662. Thermal gravimetric analysis of in-situ crosslinked nanocellulose whiskers • poly(methyl vinyl ether-co-maleic acid) • polyethylene glycol
  663. Hydrothermal Pretreatment of Switchgrass
  664. Moisture barrier properties of xylan composite films
  665. Wet strength development in sisal cellulose fibers by effect of a laccase–TEMPO treatment
  666. Cellulose Nano Whiskers as a Reinforcing Filler in Polyurethanes
  667. Perdeuterated Pyridinium Ionic Liquids for Direct Biomass Dissolution and Characterization
  668. Genetic manipulation of lignin reduces recalcitrance and improves ethanol production from switchgrass
  669. Lipids from heterotrophic microbes: advances in metabolism research
  670. Analyzing cellulose degree of polymerization and its relevancy to cellulosic ethanol
  671. High oxygen nanocomposite barrier films based on xylan and nanocrystalline cellulose
  672. Chemical, ultrastructural and supramolecular analysis of tension wood in Populus tremula x alba as a model substrate for reduced recalcitrance
  673. Application of quantitative 31P NMR in biomass lignin and biofuel precursors characterization
  674. Pseudo-lignin and pretreatment chemistry
  675. Enzymatic hydrolysis of organosolv Kanlow switchgrass and its impact on cellulose crystallinity and degree of polymerization
  676. Amino acid modified cellulose whiskers
  677. Pyrolysis oils from CO2 precipitated Kraft lignin
  678. Evaluation of grape stalks as a bioresource
  679. Teorinės mechanikos aiškinamasis uždavinynas
  680. Ultrasonic Method And Apparatus For Measuring Intracranial Contents Volume Change
  681. Charging Cellulose Spheres: Synthesis of 2,3-Disulfonated Cellulose in Bead Form
  682. Cellulosic biorefineries—unleashing lignin opportunities
  683. Changes in lignocellulosic supramolecular and ultrastructure during dilute acid pretreatment of Populus and switchgrass
  684. Increase in 4-Coumaryl Alcohol Units during Lignification in Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) Alters the Extractability and Molecular Weight of Lignin
  685. A Distributed Clinical Data Platform for Physiological Studies in the Brain Trauma Domain
  686. High Oxygen Nanocomposite Barrier Films Based on Xylan and Nanocrystalline Cellulose
  687. ChemInform Abstract: Ultrasound-Promoted Synthesis of Nitriles from Aldoximes under Ambient Conditions.
  688. 31P-NMR analysis of bio-oils obtained from the pyrolysis of biomass
  689. Patent Intelligence
  690. Changes in the Structure of the Cellulose Fiber Wall during Dilute Acid Pretreatment inPopulusStudied by1H and2H NMR
  691. SANS study of cellulose extracted from switchgrass
  692. Direct analysis of cellulose in poplar stem by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization imaging mass spectrometry
  693. Poly(methyl vinyl ether-co-maleic acid)−Polyethylene Glycol Nanocomposites Cross-Linked In Situ with Cellulose Nanowhiskers
  694. Effect of acid-chlorite delignification on cellulose degree of polymerization
  695. Rapid Determination of Lignin Content via Direct Dissolution and 1H NMR Analysis of Plant Cell Walls
  696. Breakdown of Cell Wall Nanostructure in Dilute Acid Pretreated Biomass
  697. A novel FRET approach for in situ investigation of cellulase–cellulose interaction
  698. Ultrasound-promoted synthesis of nitriles from aldoximes under ambient conditions
  699. Correlation between anatomical characteristics of ethanol organosolv pretreated Buddleja davidii and its enzymatic conversion to glucose
  700. Preparation of microwave-assisted polymer-grafted softwood kraft pulp fibers. Enhanced water absorbency
  701. Rigid polyurethane foam reinforced with cellulose whiskers: Synthesis and characterization
  702. Atomic Force Microscopy Characterization of Switchgrass
  703. Effects of process severity on the chemical structure of Miscanthus ethanol organosolv lignin
  704. Rigid polyurethane foam reinforced with cellulose whiskers: Synthesis and characterization
  705. Chemical profiles of switchgrass
  706. Effects of organosolv pretreatment and enzymatic hydrolysis on cellulose structure and crystallinity in Loblolly pine
  707. Starch-modified fillers for linerboard and paper grades: A perspective review
  708. Chemical Transformations of Buddleja davidii Lignin during Ethanol Organosolv Pretreatment
  709. Rapid Quantitative Analytical Tool for Characterizing the Preparation of Biodiesel†
  710. Poplar as a feedstock for biofuels: A review of compositional characteristics
  711. Effect of Ethanol Organosolv Pretreatment on Enzymatic Hydrolysis ofBuddleja davidiiStem Biomass
  712. Lignin Structural Modifications Resulting from Ethanol Organosolv Treatment of Loblolly Pine
  713. Surface Characterization of Dilute Acid Pretreated Populus deltoides by ToF-SIMS
  714. Switchgrass as an energy crop for biofuel production: A review of its ligno-cellulosic chemical properties
  715. Characterization of CO2precipitated Kraft lignin to promote its utilization
  716. Chemical compositions of four switchgrass populations
  717. Synthesis of novel water-soluble sulfonated cellulose
  718. Solid-state NMR characterization of switchgrass cellulose after dilute acid pretreatment
  719. Novel nanocellulosic xylan composite film
  720. Filler Modification with Polysaccharides or Their Derivatives for Improved Paper Properties
  721. NMR Characterization of C3H and HCT Down-Regulated Alfalfa Lignin
  722. Variations in Cellulosic Ultrastructure of Poplar
  723. Characterization of milled wood lignin and ethanol organosolv lignin from miscanthus
  724. Pretreatment of Miscanthus x giganteus Using the Ethanol Organosolv Process for Ethanol Production
  725. ChemInform Abstract: Synthetic Applications of Laccase in Green Chemistry
  726. Water transmission barrier properties of biodegradable films based on cellulosic whiskers and xylan
  727. Phosphitylation and quantitative 31P NMR analysis of partially substituted biodiesel glycerols
  728. Structural Characterization and Comparison of Switchgrass Ball-milled Lignin Before and After Dilute Acid Pretreatment
  729. Federating distributed clinical data for the prediction of adverse hypotensive events
  730. Synthetic Applications of Laccase in Green Chemistry
  731. Analytical pyrolysis study of biodelignification of cloned Eucalyptus globulus (EG) clone and Pinus pinaster Aiton kraft pulp and residual lignins
  732. Quantitative NMR Analysis of Partially Substituted Biodiesel Glycerols
  733. Modification of high-lignin softwood kraft pulp with laccase and amino acids
  734. Biomass Characterization of Buddleja davidii: A Potential Feedstock for Biofuel Production
  735. Cross-Polarization/Magic Angle Spinning (CP/MAS)13C Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Analysis of Chars from Alkaline-Treated Pyrolyzed Softwood
  736. Perdeuterated pyridinium molten salt (ionic liquid) for direct dissolution and NMR analysis of plant cell walls
  737. Catalytic hydrogenolysis of ethanol organosolv lignin
  738. A novel nanocomposite film prepared from crosslinked cellulosic whiskers
  739. Cocatalytic Enzyme System for the Michael Addition Reaction of in-situ-Generatedortho-Quinones
  740. Analysis of microwave vs. thermally assisted grafting of poly(methyl-vinyl ether co-maleic acid)-polyethylene glycol to birch kraft pulp
  741. Identification of material properties of composite materials
  742. Forest Products: Biotechnology in Pulp and Paper Processing
  743. Co-production of ethanol and cellulose fiber from Southern Pine: A technical and economic assessment
  744. Energy Saving in Papermaking through Filler Addition
  745. Cellulase kinetics as a function of cellulose pretreatment
  746. Copper-Catalyzed Highly Efficient Aerobic Oxidation of Alcohols under Ambient Conditions
  747. Effects of Two-Stage Dilute Acid Pretreatment on the Structure and Composition of Lignin and Cellulose in Loblolly Pine
  748. Modification of High-Lignin Kraft Pulps with Laccase. Part 2. Xylanase-Enhanced Strength Benefits
  749. Modification of High Lignin Content Kraft Pulps with Laccase to Improve Paper Strength Properties. 1. Laccase Treatment in the Presence of Gallic Acid
  750. Laccase treatment of recycled blue dyed paper: physical properties and fiber charge
  751. Production of ethanol from carbohydrates from loblolly pine: A technical and economic assessment
  752. Advances in microRNA Biology
  753. The use of hyperventilation therapy after traumatic brain injury in Europe: an analysis of the BrainIT database
  754. Near-Infrared Spectroscopy and Chemometric Analysis for Determining Oxygen Delignification Yield
  755. Developing a new paradigm for linerboard fillers
  756. ChemInform Abstract: Selective Aerobic Oxidation of Activated Alcohols into Acids or Aldehydes in Ionic Liquids.
  757. Biorefining and beyond
  758. The new forestry biofuels sector
  759. First characterization of the development of bleached kraft softwood pulp fiber interfaces during drying and rewetting using FRET microscopy
  760. Enhanced enzymatic hydrolysis of spruce by alkaline pretreatment at low temperature
  761. Clinical study of craniospinal compliance non-invasive monitoring method
  762. Oxidation and sulfonation of cellulosics
  763. Chemicals from Biomass
  764. Cascade synthesis of benzofuran derivatives via laccase oxidation–Michael addition
  765. A Novel Method for Enhanced Recovery of Lignin from Aqueous Process Streams
  766. Characterizing TEMPO-mediated oxidation of ECF bleached softwood kraft pulps
  767. One-Pot Synthesis of 1,4-Naphthoquinones and Related Structures with Laccase.
  768. Selective Aerobic Oxidation of Activated Alcohols into Acids or Aldehydes in Ionic Liquids
  769. Laccase-Generated Quinones in Naphthoquinone Synthesis via Diels—Alder Reaction.
  770. Piperylene Sulfone:  A Recyclable Dimethyl Sulfoxide Substitute for Copper-Catalyzed Aerobic Alcohol Oxidation
  771. Viewpoint: Chemistry for a Sustainable Future
  772. Imaging cellulose fibre interfaces with fluorescence microscopy and resonance energy transfer
  773. Facile synthesis of spherical cellulose nanoparticles
  774. Roundtable Discussion: Sustainability in the pulp & paper industry
  775. Vanadium-Catalyzed Selective Aerobic Alcohol Oxidation in Ionic Liquid [bmim]PF6.
  776. Laccase-generated quinones in naphthoquinone synthesis via Diels–Alder reaction
  777. Investigation into nanocellulosics versus acacia reinforced acrylic films
  778. Ionic Liquid as a Green Solvent for Lignin
  779. The effect of fiber charge enhanced by chemical oxidation on paper dry-tensile stiffness
  780. Lignocellulosic fiber charge enhancement by catalytic oxidation during oxygen delignification
  781. Cu(II)-Catalyzed Selective Aerobic Oxidation of Alcohols under Mild Conditions.
  782. Tunable solvents for fine chemicals from the biorefinery
  783. One-pot synthesis of 1,4-naphthoquinones and related structures with laccase
  784. Vanadium-catalyzed selective aerobic alcohol oxidation in ionic liquid [bmim]PF6
  785. Deformation behavior of wet lignocellulosic fibers
  786. Polymer clay self-assembly complexes on paper
  787. Alkaline peroxide treatment of ECF bleached softwood kraft pulps: Part 2. Effect of increased fiber charge on refining, wet-end application, and hornification
  788. Effect of photolysis on 17th/18th century paper
  789. Alkaline peroxide treatment of ECF bleached softwood kraft pulps. Part 1. Characterizing the effect of alkaline peroxide treatment on carboxyl groups of fibers
  790. Experimental and modeling of carbonate formation in the effluent of oxygen delignification
  791. Tailoring the Wet Strength of Linerboard Via Dielectric Barrier Discharge
  792. Cu(II)-Catalyzed Selective Aerobic Oxidation of Alcohols under Mild Conditions
  793. Direct observations of bonding influence on the tensile creep behavior of paper
  794. Surface modification of cellulosic fibers using dielectric-barrier discharge
  795. Study of thioglycosylation in ionic liquids
  796. Measuring the Efficiency of Biomass Energy
  797. Influence of Kraft Pulping on Carboxylate Content of Softwood Kraft Pulps
  798. DIELECTRIC-BARRIER DISCHARGE INITIATED GRAFTING TO ENHANCE FIBER CHARGE
  799. Fast Curing of Composite Wood Products
  800. Environment Friendly Synthesis of Biaryls: Suzuki Reaction of Aryl Bromides in Water at Low Catalyst Loadings.
  801. CP/MAS 13C NMR analysis of cellulase treated bleached softwood kraft pulp
  802. From wood to fuels: Integrating biofuels and pulp production
  803. The Path Forward for Biofuels and Biomaterials
  804. Environmentally friendly synthesis of biaryls: Suzuki reaction of aryl bromides in water at low catalyst loadings
  805. Elucidating carboxylic acid profiles for extended oxygen delignification of high-kappa softwood kraft pulps
  806. Fiber Modification Via Dielectric-Barrier Discharge
  807. Copper(II)-Catalyzed Aerobic Oxidation of Primary Alcohols to Aldehydes in Ionic Liquid [bmpy]PF6.
  808. Synthesis of benzylidenated hexopyranosides in ionic liquids
  809. Structural analysis of acetylated hardwood lignins and their photoyellowing properties
  810. Yeast expression and characterization of SARS-CoV N protein
  811. Characterization of Fiber Carboxylic Acid Development during One-Stage Oxygen Delignification
  812. The clinical application of non-invasive intracranial blood volume pulse wave monitoring
  813. RNA interference against Enterovirus 71 infection
  814. The Challenge of Change
  815. TEMPO-Catalyzed Oxidation of Benzylic Alcohols to Aldehydes with the H2O2/HBr/ionic Liquid [bmim]PF6 System.
  816. Copper(II)-Catalyzed Aerobic Oxidation of Primary Alcohols to Aldehydes in Ionic Liquid [bmpy]PF6
  817. Enzymatic Biobleaching of Two Recalcitrant Paper Dyes with Horseradish and Soybean Peroxidase
  818. TEMPO-catalyzed oxidation of benzylic alcohols to aldehydes with the H2O2/HBr/ionic liquid [bmim]PF6 system
  819. Analysis of the topochemical effects of dielectric-barrier discharge on cellulosic fibers
  820. Nanotechnology for the Forest Products Industry Vision and Technology Roadmap
  821. Enhanced wet tensile paper properties via dielectric-barrier discharge
  822. Improvement of paper strength with starch modified clay
  823. Brightness Reversion of Mechanical Pulps. XIX. Photostabilization of Mechanical Pulps by UV Absorbers: Surface Photochemical Studies Using Diffuse Reflectance Technique
  824. Improving Laccase‐Facilitated Grafting of 4‐Hydroxybenzoic Acid to High‐Kappa Kraft Pulps
  825. Characterization of lignocellulosic-poly(lactic acid) reinforced composites
  826. Mechanism of dielectric-barrier discharge initiated wet-strength development
  827. Imaging Fibre Deformations
  828. Laccase-Mediator Biobleaching Applied to a Direct Yellow Dyed Paper
  829. Review of current and future softwood kraft lignin process chemistry
  830. Wet-stiffening of TMP and kraft fibers via dielectricbarrier discharge treatment
  831. Laccase: A Harbinger to Kraft Pulping
  832. R3-Survey of traumatic brain injury management in European Brain IT centres year 2001
  833. Investigation of the photo-oxidative chemistry of acetylated softwood lignin
  834. Grafting of acrylamide onto cellulosic fibers via dielectric-barrier discharge
  835. Biobleaching chemistry of laccase-mediator systems on high-lignin-content kraft pulps
  836. Implementation of non-invasive brain physiological monitoring concepts
  837. Biografting of Celestine Blue onto a High Kappa Kraft Pulp
  838. Oxygen Delignification Chemistry and Its Impact on Pulp Fibers
  839. Oxygen Degradation and Spectroscopic Characterization of Hardwood Kraft Lignin
  840. Comparative Evaluation of Oxygen Delignification Processes for Low- and High-Lignin-Content Softwood Kraft Pulps
  841. Evaluating laccase-facilitated coupling of phenolic acids to high-yield kraft pulps
  842. Investigation of intracranial media ultrasonic monitoring model
  843. New non-invasive sonographic modality for intracranial pressure/volume monitoring
  844. Elucidating the Effects of Laccase on the Physical Properties of High-Kappa Kraft Pulps
  845. Biotechnology in the pulp and paper industry. A challenge for change.
  846. Delving into the fundamental LMS Delignification of High-Kappa Kraft Pulps
  847. Method and apparatus for noninvasively deriving and indicating of dynamic characteristics of the human and animal intracranial media
  848. PHOTOYELLOWING OF UNTREATED AND ACETYLATED ASPEN CHEMITHERMOMECHANICAL PULP UNDER ARGON, AMBIENT, AND OXYGEN ATMOSPHERES
  849. Enzymatic modification of kraft lignin through oxidative coupling with water-soluble phenols
  850. Fundamental Investigations of C1O2 Delignification - Final Report - 07/10/1996 - 07/09/1999
  851. Breaking the Oxygen Delignification Barrier: Lignin Reactivity and Inactivity
  852. Formation of Quinonoid Structures in Laccase-Mediator Reactions
  853. N-Hydroxy Compounds as New Internal Standards for the 31P-NMR Determination of Lignin Hydroxy Functional Groups
  854. The Kismet of Residual During LMS Delignification of High-Kappa Kraft Pulps
  855. 830 New Non-invasive Sonographic Technology for Intracranial Volume/Pressure Monitoring
  856. Intrinsic Metal Binding Capacity of Kraft Lignins
  857. The Effects of Oxidative Alkaline Extraction Stages After LaccaseHBTand LaccaseNHAATreatments-An NMR Study of Residual Lignins
  858. Mill-Design Biobleaching Technologies
  859. Mill-designed biobleaching technologies. Quarterly project report for the period ending December 30, 1999
  860. Chemical Modification of Lignin-Rich Paper
  861. Investigation of ortho - and para -Quinone Chromophores in Alkaline Extraction Stage Residual Lignins
  862. NMR Analysis of Oxidative Alkaline Extraction Stage Lignins
  863. Mill-designed biobleaching technologies
  864. Investigations into Laccase-Mediator Delignification of Kraft Pulps
  865. Brightness Reversion of Mechanical Pulps Part XIII: Photoinduced Degradation of Lignin on Cellulose Matrix
  866. Brightness Reversion of Mechanical Pulps XI: Photostabilization of High-Yield Pulps by Thiosulfinates
  867. Oxygen Delignification of High-Yield Kraft Pulp. Part I: Structural Properties of Residual Lignins
  868. Investigation of Laccase/N-Hydroxybenzotriazole Delignification of Kraft Pulp
  869. Residual lignin studies of laccase-delignified kraft pulps
  870. Brightness Reversion of Mechanical Pulps. X. Photoreversion Fiber Topochemistry
  871. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies. 4. Analysis of Residual Lignin after Kraft Pulping
  872. Chemical modification of lignin-rich paper
  873. Chemical modification of lignin-rich paper
  874. High-efficiency chlorine dioxide delignification. Summary of progress, April 1--June 30, 1998
  875. Chemical modification of lignin-rich paper
  876. Chemical modification of lignin-rich paper
  877. NMR Studies Part 3: Analysis of Lignins from Modern Kraft Pulping Technologies
  878. NMR Studies II. Investigation of Process Analytical NMR Techniques for the Pulp and Paper Industry1
  879. Brightness reversion of mechanical pulps VIII. Investigation of synergistic photostabilization methods for high-yield pulp
  880. Brightness Reversion of Mechanical Pulps VIII: Fate of Dienic Additives During Brightness Reversion of High-Yield Pulp
  881. Carboxylic Acid Groups and Fibre Bonding
  882. Comparison of the properties of native and pentaammineruthenium(III)-modified xylanase
  883. A New Non-Invasive Method for Intracranial Pressure Wave Measurement
  884. Chemical Structure of Residual Lignin from Kraft Pulp
  885. Mechanistic Investigations into the Brightness Stabilization Effects of Hexadienol
  886. Brightness Reversion of Mechanical Pulps VII: Photostabilization Studies of Thiol Additives for Ligniocellulosic Materials
  887. A New Model Compound for Studying Alkaline Cellulose Chain Cleavage Reactions
  888. Yellowing Mechanism and Kinetics of Thick Handsheets of Softwood Thermomechanical Pulp
  889. Brightness Reversion of Mechanical Pulps. III. Mechanistic Studies of Mercapto-Stabilizers for High Brightness Mechanical Pulps
  890. Bleaching kraft pulps with in-situ generated dioxiranes
  891. Effects of xylanase pretreatment procedures on nonchlorine bleaching
  892. Molecular Recognition of a Salmonella Trisaccharide Epitope by Monoclonal Antibody Se155-4
  893. Photoreactivity of Ligninlike Quinoid Structures
  894. Simultaneous measurements of dynamic values using the transit time method
  895. ChemInform Abstract: 13C NMR Studies. Part 133. An Examination of the Effect of Conformation on β‐Enolization in Some Bicyclo(3.2.1)octan‐2‐ones (V) and (IX).
  896. Static and dynamic deformations stimulated by ion implantation
  897. 13 C magnetic resonance studies 133. An examination of the effect of conformation on β-enolization in some bicyclo[3.2.1]octan-2-ones
  898. Thin protective film for magnetic discs
  899. 13C magnetic resonance studies. 129. Homoenolization in the camphenilone system. Examination of some 7-substituted derivatives
  900. 13 C magnetic resonance studies. 124. Preparative ring expansions of bicyclic ketones by homoketonization of cyclopropoxide analogs
  901. 13 C magnetic resonance studies. 119. Tricyclo[3.3.0.0] and [3.2.1.0]octanones from substituted norbornenones via cyclopropanation and homoketonization
  902. 13 C magnetic resonance studies. 120. The Simmons–Smith reaction with some silyl enol ethers. Unusual ring expansions of some norcamphorsti
  903. 13C NMR Spectra of Several Tricyclo[6.3.0.02,6]undecane Derivatives
  904. 13 C nuclear magnetic resonance studies. 114. An examination of the [3.3.1.0] → [4.3.0.0] rearrangement via β-enolization and H/D exchange in tricyclic ketones
  905. Acoustic emission initiated by penetrating ions
  906. Formation of distant recombination centers in silicon by ion implantation
  907. A synthesis of hirsutene: a simple route via β-enolization
  908. Digital ultrasonic flow velocimeter of elevated fast response
  909. A serendipitous, high yield conversion of norbornenone to tricyclo[3.2.1.0 2,7 ]octan-4-one
  910. Acoustic emission induced by ion implantation
  911. ChemInform Abstract: NITROBENZENE VALENCE BOND STRUCTURES: EVIDENCE IN SUPPORT OF THROUGH-RESONANCE FROM OXYGEN-17 SHIELDINGS
  912. Nitrobenzene valence bond structures: evidence in support of through-resonance from oxygen-17 shieldings
  913. Lateral magnetotransistor with a metal-dielectric-semiconductor structure
  914. Clinical study of continuous non-invasive cerebrovascular autoregulation monitoring in neurosurgical ICU
  915. BrainIT: a trans-national head injury monitoring research network
  916. Innovative non-invasive method for absolute intracranial pressure measurement without calibration
  917. Survey of traumatic brain injury management in European Brain-IT centres year 2001
  918. Non-invasive technologies for intracranial pressure/volume measurement
  919. New non-invasive method and system for intracranial pressure waves' measurement
  920. Identification problems in high performance microprocessor controlled electromechanical systems design