Lignin from hydrothermally pretreated grass biomass retards enzymatic cellulose degradation by acting as a physical barrier rather than by inducing nonproductive adsorption of enzymes

Demi T. Djajadi, Mads M. Jensen, Marlene Oliveira, Anders Jensen, Lisbeth G. Thygesen, Manuel Pinelo, Marianne Glasius, Henning Jørgensen, Anne S. Meyer*

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