Brett Pletschke
Brett Pletschke
Professor of Biochemistry, Rhodes University
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A review of lignocellulose bioconversion using enzymatic hydrolysis and synergistic cooperation between enzymes—factors affecting enzymes, conversion and synergy
JS Van Dyk, BI Pletschke
Biotechnology advances 30 (6), 1458-1480, 2012
Review on the use of enzymes for the detection of organochlorine, organophosphate and carbamate pesticides in the environment
JS Van Dyk, B Pletschke
Chemosphere 82 (3), 291-307, 2011
Food processing waste: Problems, current management and prospects for utilisation of the lignocellulose component through enzyme synergistic degradation
JS Van Dyk, R Gama, D Morrison, S Swart, BI Pletschke
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 26, 521-531, 2013
Revisiting cellulase production and redefining current strategies based on major challenges
RC Kuhad, D Deswal, S Sharma, A Bhattacharya, KK Jain, A Kaur, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 55, 249-272, 2016
Enzyme treatment to decrease solids and improve digestion of primary sewage sludge
HJ Roman, JE Burgess, BI Pletschke
African Journal of Biotechnology 5 (10), 2006
A review of the enzymatic hydrolysis of mannans and synergistic interactions between β-mannanase, β-mannosidase and α-galactosidase
S Malgas, JS van Dyk, BI Pletschke
World journal of microbiology and biotechnology 31 (8), 1167-1175, 2015
Hydrolytic enzymes in sewage sludge treatment: a mini-review
JE Burgess, BI Pletschke
Water Sa 34 (3), 343-350, 2008
Cellulases (CMCases) and polyphenol oxidases from thermophilic Bacillus spp. isolated from compost
L Mayende, BS Wilhelmi, BI Pletschke
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (9), 2963-2966, 2006
Magnetic cross-linked enzyme aggregates (CLEAs): a novel concept towards carrier free immobilization of lignocellulolytic enzymes
A Bhattacharya, BI Pletschke
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 61, 17-27, 2014
Synergism of fungal and bacterial cellulases and hemicellulases: a novel perspective for enhanced bio-ethanol production
AS Bhattacharya, A Bhattacharya, BI Pletschke
Biotechnology letters 37 (6), 1117-1129, 2015
The enzymology of sludge solubilisation utilising sulphate reducing systems: properties of proteases and phosphatases
CG Whiteley, P Heron, B Pletschke, PD Rose, S Tshivhunge, ...
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 31 (4), 419-424, 2002
Purification and partial characterization of a thermostable laccase from an unidentified basidiomycete
J Jordaan, BI Pletschke, WD Leukes
Enzyme and microbial technology 34 (7), 635-641, 2004
The cellulolytic and hemi-cellulolytic system of Bacillus licheniformis SVD1 and the evidence for production of a large multi-enzyme complex
JS van Dyk, M Sakka, K Sakka, BI Pletschke
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 45 (5), 372-378, 2009
A novel colorimetric sensor strip for the detection of glyphosate in water
LKS De Almeida, S Chigome, N Torto, CL Frost, BI Pletschke
Sensors and Actuators B: chemical 206, 357-363, 2015
The effect of mixtures of organophosphate and carbamate pesticides on acetylcholinesterase and application of chemometrics to identify pesticides in mixtures
K Mwila, MH Burton, JS Van Dyk, BI Pletschke
Environmental monitoring and assessment 185 (3), 2315-2327, 2013
Primary sludge floc degradation is accelerated under biosulphidogenic conditions: enzymological aspects
SD Watson, T Akhurst, CG Whiteley, PD Rose, BI Pletschke
Enzyme and microbial technology 34 (6), 595-602, 2004
Effect of alkaline pre-treatment on enzyme synergy for efficient hemicellulose hydrolysis in sugarcane bagasse
N Beukes, BI Pletschke
Bioresource technology 102 (8), 5207-5213, 2011
Effect of sulfur-containing compounds on Bacillus cellulosome-associated ‘CMCase’ and ‘Avicelase’ activities
N Beukes, BI Pletschke
FEMS Microbiology Letters 264 (2), 226-231, 2006
Identification of endoglucanases, xylanases, pectinases and mannanases in the multi-enzyme complex of Bacillus licheniformis SVD1
JS van Dyk, M Sakka, K Sakka, BI Pletschke
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 47 (3), 112-118, 2010
Synergistic associations between Clostridium cellulovorans enzymes XynA, ManA and EngE against sugarcane bagasse
N Beukes, H Chan, RH Doi, BI Pletschke
Enzyme and microbial technology 42 (6), 492-498, 2008
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