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Ajao, O., Rahni, M., Marinova, M., Chadjaa, H., & Savadogo, O. (2017). Study of separation and fouling of reverse osmosis membranes during model hydrolysate solution filtration. Membranes, 7(4). Available

Allard-Massicotte, R., Chadjaa, H., & Marinova, M. (2017). Phenols removal from hemicelluloses pre-hydrolysate by laccase to improve butanol production. Fermentation, 3(3). Available

Ajao, O., Rahni, M., Marinova, M., Chadjaa, H., & Savadogo, O. (2015). Retention and flux characteristics of nanofiltration membranes during hemicellulose prehydrolysate concentration. Chemical Engineering Journal, 260, 605-615. External link

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Mechmech, F., Marinova, M., Chadjaa, H., Rahni, M., Ben Akacha, N., & Gargouri, M. (2016). Co-fermentation of alfalfa juice and hardwood hydrolysate for butanol production in combined biorefinery systems. Industrial Crops and Products, 89, 29-33. External link

Mechmech, F., Marinova, M., Chadjaa, H., Rahni, M., Ben Akacha, N., & Gargouri, M. (2015). Alfalfa juice as a nitrogen source or supplement for acetone-butanol-ethanol production by Clostridium acetobutylicum. Industrial Crops and Products, 78, 73-81. External link

Mechmech, F., Chadjaa, H., Rahni, M., Marinova, M., Ben Akacha, N., & Gargouri, M. (2015). Improvement of butanol production from a hardwood hemicelluloses hydrolysate by combined sugar concentration and phenols removal. Bioresource Technology, 192, 287-295. External link

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Theiri, M., Chadjaa, H., Marinova, M., & Jolicoeur, M. (2020). Development of sequential and simultaneous bacterial cultures to hydrolyse and detoxify wood pre-hydrolysate for enhanced acetone-butanol-ethanol (ABE) production. Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 133, 11 pages. External link

Theiri, M., Chadjaa, H., Marinova, M., & Jolicoeur, M. (2019). Combining chemical flocculation and bacterial co-culture of Cupriavidus taiwanensis and Ureibacillus thermosphaericus to detoxify a hardwood hemicelluloses hydrolysate and enable acetone-butanol-ethanol fermentation leading to butanol. Biotechnology Progress, 35(2), e2753. External link

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