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Solid-State Culture for Lignocellulases Production

By Ulises Durán Hinojosa, Leticia Soto Vázquez, Isabel de la Luz Membrillo Venegas, Mayola García Rivero, Gabriela Zafra Jiménez, Sergio Esteban Vigueras Carmona and María Aurora Martínez Trujillo

Submitted: December 9th 2015Reviewed: May 13th 2016Published: February 8th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/64237

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Ulises Durán Hinojosa, Leticia Soto Vázquez, Isabel de la Luz Membrillo Venegas, Mayola García Rivero, Gabriela Zafra Jiménez, Sergio Esteban Vigueras Carmona and María Aurora Martínez Trujillo (February 8th 2017). Solid-State Culture for Lignocellulases Production, Fermentation Processes Angela Faustino Jozala, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/64237. Available from:

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