Bruce E. Dale
Bruce E. Dale
University Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Michigan State
Verified email at egr.msu.edu
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Features of promising technologies for pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass
N Mosier, C Wyman, B Dale, R Elander, YY Lee, M Holtzapple, M Ladisch
Bioresource technology 96 (6), 673-686, 2005
67372005
Global potential bioethanol production from wasted crops and crop residues
S Kim, BE Dale
Biomass and bioenergy 26 (4), 361-375, 2004
20962004
Coordinated development of leading biomass pretreatment technologies
CE Wyman, BE Dale, RT Elander, M Holtzapple, MR Ladisch, YY Lee
Bioresource technology 96 (18), 1959-1966, 2005
16032005
How biotech can transform biofuels
LR Lynd, MS Laser, D Bransby, BE Dale, B Davison, R Hamilton, ...
Nature biotechnology 26 (2), 169-172, 2008
11692008
Deconstruction of lignocellulosic biomass to fuels and chemicals
SPS Chundawat, GT Beckham, ME Himmel, BE Dale
Annual Reviews, 2011
8472011
Life cycle assessment of various cropping systems utilized for producing biofuels: bioethanol and biodiesel
S Kim, BE Dale
Biomass and Bioenergy 29 (6), 426-439, 2005
6252005
Optimization of the ammonia fiber explosion (AFEX) treatment parameters for enzymatic hydrolysis of corn stover
F Teymouri, L Laureano-Perez, H Alizadeh, BE Dale
Bioresource technology 96 (18), 2014-2018, 2005
6242005
Comparative sugar recovery data from laboratory scale application of leading pretreatment technologies to corn stover
CE Wyman, BE Dale, RT Elander, M Holtzapple, MR Ladisch, YY Lee
Bioresource technology 96 (18), 2026-2032, 2005
6002005
Understanding factors that limit enzymatic hydrolysis of biomass
L Laureano-Perez, F Teymouri, H Alizadeh, BE Dale
Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 124 (1-3), 1081-1099, 2005
5432005
‘Cradle-to-grave’assessment of existing lignocellulose pretreatment technologies
L da Costa Sousa, SPS Chundawat, V Balan, BE Dale
Current opinion in biotechnology 20 (3), 339-347, 2009
5282009
Pretreatment of switchgrass by ammonia fiber explosion (AFEX)
H Alizadeh, F Teymouri, TI Gilbert, BE Dale
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 124 (1-3), 1133-1141, 2005
4512005
Multi-scale visualization and characterization of lignocellulosic plant cell wall deconstruction during thermochemical pretreatment
SPS Chundawat, BS Donohoe, L da Costa Sousa, T Elder, UP Agarwal, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (3), 973-984, 2011
4242011
Effect of particle size based separation of milled corn stover on AFEX pretreatment and enzymatic digestibility
SPS Chundawat, B Venkatesh, BE Dale
Biotechnology and bioengineering 96 (2), 219-231, 2007
3902007
Cellulosic ethanol production from AFEX-treated corn stover using Saccharomyces cerevisiae 424A (LNH-ST)
MW Lau, BE Dale
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (5), 1368-1373, 2009
3672009
Composition of corn dry-grind ethanol by-products: DDGS, wet cake, and thin stillage
Y Kim, NS Mosier, R Hendrickson, T Ezeji, H Blaschek, B Dien, M Cotta, ...
Bioresource technology 99 (12), 5165-5176, 2008
3592008
Biofuels, land use change, and greenhouse gas emissions: some unexplored variables
H Kim, S Kim, BE Dale
Environmental science & technology 43 (3), 961-967, 2009
3282009
Comparative sugar recovery and fermentation data following pretreatment of poplar wood by leading technologies
CE Wyman, BE Dale, RT Elander, M Holtzapple, MR Ladisch, YY Lee, ...
Biotechnology progress 25 (2), 333-339, 2009
3082009
The ammonia freeze explosion (AFEX) process
MT Holtzapple, JH Jun, G Ashok, SL Patibandla, BE Dale
Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 28 (1), 59-74, 1991
2971991
Restructuring the crystalline cellulose hydrogen bond network enhances its depolymerization rate
SPS Chundawat, G Bellesia, N Uppugundla, L da Costa Sousa, D Gao, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (29), 11163-11174, 2011
2822011
Environmental aspects of ethanol derived from no-tilled corn grain: nonrenewable energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions
S Kim, BE Dale
Biomass and bioenergy 28 (5), 475-489, 2005
2802005
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