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, 95 ± 0,4 g/l d'éthanol en 36 h de fermentation, soit un rendement d'environ 0,4 g d'éthanol par g de glucose. La co-fermentation utilisant simultanément Candida utilis ATCC 22023 et S. cerevisiae LGP2Y1 a produit 64,8 g/l d'éthanol à partir d'un hydrolysat enzymatique contenant 144,5 ± 1,5 g/l de mélange (glucose + xylose), après 42 h d'incubation, soit un rendement de 0,45 g d'éthanol par g de sucre. Ainsi, en co-culture fermentaire, LGP2Y1, appliquée à un hydrolysat enzymatique contenant 103, p.41