Silvio Silvério da Silva
Silvio Silvério da Silva
Engineering School of Lorena, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Seroprevalence of ovine paratuberculosis infection in the Northeast of Portugal
AC Coelho, ML Pinto, S Silva, AM Coelho, J Rodrigues, RA Juste
Small Ruminant Research 71 (1-3), 298-303, 2007
Bioconversion of sugarcane biomass into ethanol: an overview about composition, pretreatment methods, detoxification of hydrolysates, enzymatic saccharification, and ethanol …
L Canilha, AK Chandel, T Suzane dos Santos Milessi, FAF Antunes, ...
Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology 2012, 2012
The path forward for lignocellulose biorefineries: bottlenecks, solutions, and perspective on commercialization
AK Chandel, VK Garlapati, AK Singh, FAF Antunes, SS da Silva
Bioresource Technology 264, 370-381, 2018
Sugarcane bagasse and leaves: foreseeable biomass of biofuel and bio‐products
AK Chandel, SS da Silva, W Carvalho, OV Singh
Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology 87 (1), 11-20, 2012
OSCI: an organisational and safety climate inventory
S Silva, ML Lima, C Baptista
Safety science 42 (3), 205-220, 2004
Xylose reductase production by Candida guilliermondii
SMA Rosa, MGA Felipe, SS Silva, M Vitolo
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 70 (1), 127-135, 1998
A study on the pretreatment of a sugarcane bagasse sample with dilute sulfuric acid
L Canilha, VTO Santos, GJM Rocha, JB Almeida e Silva, M Giulietti, ...
Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 38 (9), 1467-1475, 2011
The realm of cellulases in biorefinery development
AK Chandel, G Chandrasekhar, MB Silva, S Silvério da Silva
Critical reviews in biotechnology 32 (3), 187-202, 2012
Detoxification of lignocellulose hydrolysates: biochemical and metabolic engineering toward white biotechnology
AK Chandel, SS Da Silva, OV Singh
BioEnergy Research 6 (1), 388-401, 2013
Detoxification of lignocellulosic hydrolysates for improved bioethanol production
AK Chandel, SS da Silva, OV Singh
Biofuel production-recent developments and prospects 10, 225, 2011
Effect of acetic acid on xylose fermentation to xylitol by Candida guilliermondii
MGA Felipe, DC Vieira, M Vitolo, SS Silva, IC Roberto, IM Manchilha
Journal of basic microbiology 35 (3), 171-177, 1995
Current applications and different approaches for microbial L-asparaginase production
JJM Cachumba, FAF Antunes, GFD Peres, LP Brumano, JCD Santos, ...
brazilian journal of microbiology 47, 77-85, 2016
Multi-scale structural and chemical analysis of sugarcane bagasse in the process of sequential acid–base pretreatment and ethanol production by Scheffersomyces shehatae and …
AK Chandel, FAF Antunes, V Anjos, MJV Bell, LN Rodrigues, I Polikarpov, ...
Biotechnology for Biofuels 7 (1), 1-17, 2014
Acid hydrolysis of hemicellulose from sugarcane bagasse
A Pessoa Jr, IM Mancilha, S Sato
Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering 14, 1997
Microbial production of xylitol from D-xylose using Candida tropicalis
SS Da Silva, AS Afschar
Bioprocess Engineering 11 (4), 129-134, 1994
Diversity and physiological characterization of D-xylose-fermenting yeasts isolated from the Brazilian Amazonian Forest
RM Cadete, MA Melo, KJ Dussan, RCLB Rodrigues, SS Silva, JE Zilli, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e43135, 2012
Utilization of sugar cane bagasse hemicellulosic hydrolyzate by Candida guilliermondii for xylitol production
IC Roberto, MGA Felipe, LS Lacis, SS Silva, IM de Mancilha
Bioresource Technology 36 (3), 271-275, 1991
Use of sugarcane bagasse as biomaterial for cell immobilization for xylitol production
DT Santos, BF Sarrouh, JD Rivaldi, A Converti, SS Silva
Journal of Food Engineering 86 (4), 542-548, 2008
Glicerol de biodiesel
JD Rivaldi, BF Sarroub, R Fiorilo, SS SILVA
Biotecnol. Ciênc. Desenvolv 37, 44-51, 2007
Identification of Candida species in the clinical laboratory: a review of conventional, commercial, and molecular techniques
KH Neppelenbroek, RS Seó, VM Urban, S Silva, LN Dovigo, JH Jorge, ...
Oral diseases 20 (4), 329-344, 2014
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