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Enzyme and Microbial Technology
Vol. 91, 2016, Pages: 59–65

Microbial surface displaying formate dehydrogenase and its application in optical detection of formate

Rajeev Ravindran, Amit K. Jaiswal

School of Food Science and Environmental Health, College of Sciences and Health, Dublin Institute of Technology, Cathal Brugha Street, Dublin 1, Republic of Ireland.

Abstract

A growing global population leads to an increasing demand for food production and the processing industry associated with it and consequently the generation of large amounts of food waste. This problem is intensified due to slow progress in the development of effective waste management strategies and measures for the proper treatment and disposal of waste. Food waste is a reservoir of complex carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nutraceuticals and can form the raw materials for commercially important metabolites. The current legislation on food waste treatment prioritises the prevention of waste generation and least emphasises disposal. Recent valorisation studies for food supply chain waste opens avenues to the production of biofuels, enzymes, bioactive compounds, biodegradable plastics, and nanoparticles among many other molecules.

Keywords: food supply chain waste, biorefinery, waste management legislation, biofuels, enzymes, nanoparticles.

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