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The present paper reviews recent advances on the direct synthesis of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) from different kinds of raw biomasses. In particular, in the paper HMF production from: (i) edible biomasses; (ii) non-edible lignocellulosic biomasses; (iii) food wastes (FW) have been reviewed. The different processes and catalytic systems have been reviewed and their merits, demerits and requirements for commercialisation outlined.
biomass feedstock; biorefinery; direct HMF production; edible biomass; food wastes; lignocellulosic biomass; raw biomass
5-Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) Production from Real Biomasses.
Menegazzo F1, Ghedini E2, Signoretto M3.
2018 Aug 31
This study investigated the effect of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF) on high-rate continuous fermentative H2 production in a lab-scale fixed bed reactor (FBR) inoculated with mixed culture granules and fed with 15g/L galactose at a hydraulic retention time of 6h and at 37°C. During the 83days of operation, 5-HMF up to 2.4g/L was spiked into the feedstock. The maximum hydrogen production performance of 26.6L/L-d and 2.9mol H2/mol galactoseadded were achieved at 5-HMF concentration of 0.6g/L. 5-HMF concentration exceeding 0.9g/L not only inhibited hydrogen production but also affected the biofilm structure and microbial community population. However, when 5-HMF was eliminated from the feedstock, the performance and microbial community population were rapidly recovered.
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5-Hydroxymethylfurfural; Biohydrogen; Fixed-bed reactor; Galactose; Microbial community
Effect of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF) on high-rate continuous biohydrogen production from galactose.
Anburajan P1, Pugazhendhi A2, Park JH3, Sivagurunathan P4, Kumar G2, Kim SH5.
Jabara (Citrus jabara Hort. ex Y. Tanaka) is a type of citrus fruit known for its beneficial effect against seasonal allergies. Jabara is rich in the antioxidant narirutin whose anti-allergy effect has been demonstrated. One of the disadvantages in consuming Jabara is its bitter flavor. Therefore, we fermented the fruit to reduce the bitterness and make Jabara easy to consume. Here, we examined whether fermentation alters the anti-allergic property of Jabara. Suppression of degranulation and cytokine production was observed in mast cells treated with fermented Jabara and the effect was dependent on the length of fermentation. We also showed that 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF) increases as fermentation progresses and was identified as an active component of fermented Jabara, which inhibited mast cell degranulation. Mast cells treated with 5-HMF also exhibited reduced degranulation and cytokine production. In addition, we showed that the expression levels of phospho-PLCγ1 and phospho-ERK1/2 were markedly reduced upon FcεRI stimulation. These results indicate that 5-HMF is one of the active components of fermented Jabara that is involved in the inhibition of mast cell activation.
5-HMF; Citrus jabara; allergy; cytokine; degranulation; fermentation; mast cells
Identification of 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF) as an Active Component Citrus Jabara That Suppresses FcεRI-Mediated Mast Cell Activation.
Uchida R1, Kato M1, Hattori Y2, Kikuchi H3, Watanabe E3, Kobayashi K3, Nishida K1,2.
2020 Apr 2