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2010). These observations suggest that the UPR should be viewed as a general homeostatic control mechanism of A. niger, which not only gets activated under ER stress provoked by artificially forced protein overexpression, but also when A. niger has to modulate its secretory flux in order to flexibly adapt its cellular capacities and needs to changes in the environmental conditions. , the use of non-starch and nonedible plant polysaccharides as carbon sources for microbial biotechnology, requires the availability of complex mixtures of enzymes for the complete conversion of plant polymers such as lignocelluloses, xylan, pectin, inulin and other non-starch polymers to fermentable monosaccharides.
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