UGA researchers discover key to xylan-related gene

September 3, 2012 |

In Georgia, researchers at the University of Georgia found that the gene GXMT1 is responsible for directing a key step in the development of the plant polymer xylan, a major barrier to breaking down the cell wall in woody biomass that has inhibited biofuel production.

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