Marieke Bruins
Marieke Bruins
Senior Scientist, Wageningen Food & Biobased Research
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Thermozymes and their applications
ME Bruins, AEM Janssen, RM Boom
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 90 (2), 155-186, 2001
Enzyme assisted protein extraction from rapeseed, soybean, and microalgae meals
YW Sari, ME Bruins, JPM Sanders
Industrial Crops and Products 43, 78-83, 2013
Small‐scale processing of biomass for biorefinery
ME Bruins, JPM Sanders
Biofuels, bioproducts and biorefining 6 (2), 135-145, 2012
Low-cost small scale processing technologies for production applications in various environments—Mass produced factories
C Bramsiepe, S Sievers, T Seifert, GD Stefanidis, DG Vlachos, ...
Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 51, 32-52, 2012
Oligosaccharide synthesis by the hyperthermostable β-glucosidase from Pyrococcus furiosus: kinetics and modelling
ME Bruins, M Strubel, JFT Van Lieshout, AEM Janssen, RM Boom
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 33 (1), 3-11, 2003
Towards plant protein refinery: review on protein extraction using alkali and potential enzymatic assistance
YW Sari, WJ Mulder, JPM Sanders, ME Bruins
Biotechnology journal 10 (8), 1138-1157, 2015
Detection and quantification of Desulforhabdus amnigenus in anaerobic granular sludge by dot blot hybridization and PCR amplification
S Oude Elferink, HA Rinia, ME Bruins, WM De Vos, AJM Stams
Journal of Applied Microbiology 83 (1), 102-110, 1997
Critical parameters in cost-effective alkaline extraction for high protein yield from leaves
C Zhang, JPM Sanders, ME Bruins
Biomass and Bioenergy 67, 466-472, 2014
Controlling Ethanol Use in Chain Elongation by CO2 Loading Rate
M Roghair, T Hoogstad, DP Strik, CM Plugge, PHA Timmers, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (3), 1496-1505, 2018
How biomass composition determines protein extractability
YW Sari, U Syafitri, JPM Sanders, ME Bruins
Industrial Crops and Products 70, 125-133, 2015
Buffer selection for HP treatment of biomaterials and its consequences for enzyme inactivation studies
ME Bruins, AM Matser, AEM Janssen, RM Boom
High Pressure Research 27 (1), 101-107, 2007
Effect of gelatinization and hydrolysis conditions on the selectivity of starch hydrolysis with α-amylase from Bacillus licheniformis
T Baks, ME Bruins, AM Matser, AEM Janssen, RM Boom
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 56 (2), 488-495, 2008
Effect of pressure and temperature on the gelatinization of starch at various starch concentrations
T Baks, ME Bruins, AEM Janssen, RM Boom
Biomacromolecules 9 (1), 296-304, 2008
Green and black tea phenolics: Bioavailability, transformation by colonic microbiota, and modulation of colonic microbiota
Z Liu, ME Bruins, L Ni, JP Vincken
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 66 (32), 8469-8477, 2018
Granular sludge formation and characterization in a chain elongation process
M Roghair, DP Strik, KJJ Steinbusch, RA Weusthuis, ME Bruins, ...
Process Biochemistry 51 (10), 1594-1598, 2016
Opportunities for small‐scale biorefinery for production of sugar and ethanol in the Netherlands
RC Kolfschoten, ME Bruins, JPM Sanders
Biofuels, bioproducts and biorefining 8 (4), 475-486, 2014
A fast and accurate UPLC method for analysis of proteinogenic amino acids
BJ Meussen, ANT van Zeeland, ME Bruins, JPM Sanders
Food analytical methods 7 (5), 1047-1055, 2014
Development of an effective chain elongation process from acidified food waste and ethanol into n-caproate
M Roghair, Y Liu, DP Strik, RA Weusthuis, ME Bruins, CJN Buisman
Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology 6, 50, 2018
How does alkali aid protein extraction in green tea leaf residue: a basis for integrated biorefinery of leaves
C Zhang, JPM Sanders, TT Xiao, ME Bruins
PloS one 10 (7), e0133046, 2015
Maillard reactions and increased enzyme inactivation during oligosaccharide synthesis by a hyperthermophilic glycosidase
ME Bruins, EW Van Hellemond, AEM Janssen, RM Boom
Biotechnology and bioengineering 81 (5), 546-552, 2003
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