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Production of film using polysaccharides from lignocellulosic biomass

Abstract

The xylan, main hemicellulose of grasses, appears in the focus of many studies due to its potential in technological applications. Other products of industrial interest are holocellulose and a-cellulose, which can be produced from lignocellulosic biomasses. Associated with xylan, these macromolecules will be evaluated in the formation of new matrices for the preparation of biodegradable materials (films). The xylan can influence the characteristics of the film (mechanical and thermal resistance) depending on its chemical composition, pending groups and degree of polymerization (GP). In this context, the present proposal aims to advance the applications of xylan, as in the production of xylo-oligosaccharides and the use of xylan in the formation of films. Also, important is the production of enzymes with action on xylan chain, modifying their structure (GP and pending groups). For film formation it may be important to develop an enzymatic extract able to break bonds between xylan chain and pending groups, generating a free xylan of pending groups; or cleave different bonds in the main chain generating xylan with different degrees of polymerization. Thus, this study will develop enzymatic extracts for xylan chain modification and production of polysaccharides for making films and biodegradable materials (associated with starch, ±-cellulose and holocellulose). The preparation of biodegradable material using vegetable biomass carbohydrates is a product of industrial interest, with immediate need in the market, and also contributing to sustainable environmental development. (AU)

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Scientific publications (14)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
FORSAN, CAROLINA FROES; DE FREITAS, CAROLINE; MASARIN, FERNANDO; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Xylooligosaccharide production from sugarcane bagasse and leaf using Aspergillus versicolor endoxylanase and diluted acid. BIOMASS CONVERSION AND BIOREFINERY, . (17/22401-8, 19/12997-6)
MELATI, RANIERI BUENO; SASS, DAIANE CRISTINA; PAGNOCCA, FERNANDO CARLOS; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Anatomic influence of sugarcane biomass on xylan solubilization. INDUSTRIAL CROPS AND PRODUCTS, v. 164, . (17/11345-0, 17/22401-8, 19/12997-6)
DE FREITAS, CAROLINE; TERRONE, CAROL CABRAL; MASARIN, FERNANDO; CARMONA, ELEONORA CANO; BRIENZO, MICHEL. In vitro study of the effect of xylooligosacch arides obtained from banana pseudostem xylan by enzymatic hydrolysis on probiotic bacteria. BIOCATALYSIS AND AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, v. 33, . (17/22401-8, 19/12997-6)
FORSAN, CAROLINA FROES; DE FREITAS, CAROLINE; MASARIN, FERNANDO; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Xylooligosaccharide production from sugarcane bagasse and leaf using Aspergillus versicolor endoxylanase and diluted acid. BIOMASS CONVERSION AND BIOREFINERY, v. 13, n. 4, p. 16-pg., . (17/22401-8, 19/12997-6)
NDUMBO, MANUEL; DE FREITAS, CAROLINE; DE CONTI, ANDREA CRESSONI; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Biomass biorefinery for biopolymers isolation, fermentable sugars, and briquettes production. BIOMASS CONVERSION AND BIOREFINERY, v. N/A, p. 11-pg., . (19/12997-6, 18/14827-8)
FELIPUCI, JEFFERSON POLES; SCHMATZ, ALISON ANDREI; DE ANGELIS, DERLENE ATTILI; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Biological pretreatment improved subsequent xylan chemical solubilization. BIOMASS CONVERSION AND BIOREFINERY, v. 13, n. 6, p. 8-pg., . (19/12997-6, 17/11345-0, 17/22401-8)
MARTINS, RODRIGO PAGANO; SCHMATZ, ALISON ANDREI; DE FREITA, LIDYANE ALINE; ROSSINI MUTTON, MARCIA JUSTINO; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Solubilization of hemicellulose and fermentable sugars from bagasse, stalks, and leaves of sweet sorghum. INDUSTRIAL CROPS AND PRODUCTS, v. 170, . (19/12997-6, 17/22401-8)
ABE, MATEUS MANABU; BRANCIFORTI, MARCIA CRISTINA; MONTAGNOLLI, RENATO NALLIN; MARIN MORALES, MARIA APARECIDA; JACOBUS, ANA PAULA; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Production and assessment of the biodegradation and ecotoxicity of xylan-and starch-based bioplastics. Chemosphere, v. 287, n. 3, . (19/12997-6, 19/16853-9, 17/22401-8)
ABE, MATEUS MANABU; MARTINS, JULIA RIBEIRO; SANVEZZO, PAULA BERTOLINO; MACEDO, JOAO VITOR; BRANCIFORTI, MARCIA CRISTINA; HALLEY, PETER; BOTARO, VAGNER ROBERTO; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Advantages and Disadvantages of Bioplastics Production from Starch and Lignocellulosic Components. POLYMERS, v. 13, n. 15, . (19/12997-6, 19/16853-9, 17/22401-8)
FELIPUCI, JEFFERSON POLES; SCHMATZ, ALISON ANDREI; DE ANGELIS, DERLENE ATTILI; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Biological pretreatment improved subsequent xylan chemical solubilization. BIOMASS CONVERSION AND BIOREFINERY, . (17/22401-8, 19/12997-6, 17/11345-0)
BUENO, DANILO; DE FREITAS, CAROLINE; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Enzymatic Cocktail Formulation for Xylan Hydrolysis into Xylose and Xylooligosaccharides. Molecules, v. 28, n. 2, p. 12-pg., . (18/07648-0, 19/12997-6)
CARPINELLI MACEDO, JOAO VICTOR; ABE, MATEUS MANABU; SANVEZZO, PAULA BERTOLINO; GRILLO, RENATO; BRANCIFORTI, MARCIA CRISTINA; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Xylan-starch-based bioplastic formulation and xylan influence on the physicochemical and biodegradability properties. POLYMER BULLETIN, v. N/A, p. 26-pg., . (19/12997-6, 17/22401-8)
ABE, MATEUS MANABU; BRANCIFORTI, MARCIA CRISTINA; BRIENZO, MICHEL. Biodegradation of Hemicellulose-Cellulose-Starch-Based Bioplastics and Microbial Polyesters. RECYCLING, v. 6, n. 1, p. 21-pg., . (17/22401-8, 19/16853-9, 19/12997-6)

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NOVO PROCESSO DE PRODUÇÃO DE BRIQUETES COM MAIOR DURABILIDADE UTILIZANDO FRAÇÕES DA CANA-DE-AÇÚCAR, E ADITIVOS; BRIQUETES E SEU USO BR102021003264-2 - Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (Unesp) . Manuel Ndumbo ; Andrea Cressoni de Conti ; Michel Brienzo - February 2021, 22