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Patricia J O Bryan (Pat)
Bioenergy Research
Biological Science Lab Technician (Biochemistry)

Phone: (309) 681-6277
Fax: (309) 681-6427
Room 3300

1815 N UNIVERSITY ST
PEORIA , IL 616043999


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Process strategies for high titers of lipid production by oleaginous yeasts in undetoxified hydrolyzates of lignocellulosic biomass -
Slininger, P.J., Dien, B.S., Kurtzman, C.P., Moser, B.R., Bakota, E.L., Thompson, S.R., O Bryan, P.J., Cotta, M.A., Venkatesh, B., Jin, M., Sousa, L., Dale, B. 2016. Process strategies for high titers of lipid production by oleaginous yeasts in undetoxified hydrolyzates of lignocellulosic biomass. Meeting Abstract. 567b.
Conversion of SPORL pretreated Douglas fir forest residues into microbial lipids with oleaginous yeasts -
Dien, B.S., Zhu, J.Y., Slininger, P.J., Kurtzman, C.P., Moser, B.R., O'Bryan, P.J., Gleisner, R., Cotta, M.A. 2016. Conversion of SPORL pretreated Douglas fir forest residues into microbial lipids with oleaginous yeasts. RSC Advances. 6(25):20695-20705. doi: 10.1039/c5ra24430g.
Pirin-like proteins are regulated by oxidative stress and iron in bacteroides fragilis and involved in the modulation of central energy metabolism and metronidazole susceptibility -
Rocha, E.R., Gough, A.M., O Bryan, P.J., Whitehead, T.R., Smith, C. 2016. Pirin-like proteins are regulated by oxidative stress and iron in bacteroides fragilis and involved in the modulation of central energy metabolism and metronidazole susceptibility [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology.
Identification of superior lipid producing Lipomyces and Myxozyma yeasts Reprint Icon -
Dien, B.S., Slininger, P.J., Kurtzman, C.P., Moser, B.R., O'Bryan, P.J. 2016. Identification of superior lipid producing Lipomyces and Myxozyma yeasts. AIMS Environmental Science. 3(1):1-20. doi: 10.3934/environsci.2016.1.1.
Field productivities of Napier grass for production of sugars and ethanol. -
Dien, B.S., Anderson, W.F., Lamb, M., O'Bryan, P.J., Slininger, P.J. 2016. Field productivities of Napier grass for production of sugars and ethanol.. Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals Symposium Proceedings. 11-2.
Process strategies to maximize lipid accumulations of novel yeast in acid and base treated hydrolyzates -
Slininger, P.J., Dien, B.S., Moser, B.R., Bakota, E.L., Evangelista, R.L., Thompson, S.R., O Bryan, P.J., Cotta, M.A., Balan, V., Xue, Y., Jin, M., Orjuela, A., De Costa Sousa, L., Dale, B. 2015. Process strategies to maximize lipid accumulations of novel yeast in acid and base treated hydrolyzates [abstract].
Conversion quality of napiergrass under different production practices -
Effect of agronomics on production and conversion quality of Napiergrass -
Dien, B.S., Anderson, W.F., O Bryan, P.J., Cotta, M.A. 2014. Effect of agronomics on production and conversion quality of Napiergrass [abstract].
Conversion of switchgrass to ethanol using dilute ammonium hydroxide pretreatment: influence of ecotype and harvest maturity -
Dien, B.S., O'Bryan, P.J., Hector, R.E., Iten, L.B., Mitchell, R.B., Qureshi, N., Sarath, G., Vogel, K.P., Cotta, M.A. 2013. Conversion of switchgrass to ethanol using dilute ammonium hydroxide pretreatment: influence of ecotype and harvest maturity. Environmental Technology. 34(13-14):1837-1848.
Comparative analysis of end point enzymatic digests of arabino-xylan isolated from switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L) of varying maturities using LC-MS(n) -
Bowman, M.J., Dien, B.S., O'Bryan, P.J., Sarath, G., Cotta, M.A. 2012. Comparative analysis of end point enzymatic digests of arabino-xylan isolated from switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L) of varying maturities using LC-MS(n). Metabolites. 2(4):959-982.
Screening alfalfa, reed canarygrass, and switchgrass cultivars for ethanol yield by treating with dilute-acid followed by simultaneous saccharification and fermentation -
Selective chemical oxidation and depolymerization of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) xylan with oligosaccharide product analysis by mass spectrometry -
Bowman, M.J., Dien, B.S., O Bryan, P.J., Sarath, G., Cotta, M.A. 2011. Selective chemical oxidation and depolymerization of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) xylan with oligosaccharide product analysis by mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 25(8):941-950.
Chemical depolymerization of switchgrass xylan with oligosaccharide product analysis by HPAEC-PAD and mass spectrometry -
Bowman, M.J., Dien, B.S., O Bryan, P.J., Sarath, G., Cotta, M.A. 2010. Chemical depolymerization of switchgrass xylan with oligosaccharide product analysis by HPAEC-PAD and mass spectrometry [abstract]. Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals. p. 73.
Biochemical Conversion of Reduced Lignin Alfalfa Stems Into Ethanol -
Ethanol Production from SPORL-pretreated Lodgepole Pine: Preliminary Evaluation of Mass Balance and Process Energy Efficiency -
Zhu, J.Y., Zhu, W., O Bryan, P.J., Dien, B.S., Tian, S., Gleisner, R., Pan, X.J. 2010. Ethanol Production from SPORL-Pretreated Lodgepole Pine: Preliminary Evaluation of Mass Balance and Process Energy Efficiency. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 86(5):1355-1365.
Conversion of switchgrass to sugars and ethanol using dilute ammonium hydroxide pretreatment -
Enzyme characterization for hydrolysis of AFEX and liquid hot-water pretreated distillers' grains and their conversion to ethanol -
Dien, B.S., Ximenes, E.A., O'Bryan, P.J., Moniruzzaman, M., Li, X., Balan, V., Dale, B., Cotta, M.A. 2008. Enzyme characterization for hydrolysis of AFEX and liquid hot-water pretreated distillers' grains and their conversion to ethanol. Bioresource Technology. 99(12):5216-5225.
EVALUATING HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS AS ENERGY CROPS FOR PRODUCTION OF FUEL ETHANOL -
ENZYMATIC SACCHARIFICATION OF HOT-WATER PRETREATED CORN FIBER FOR PRODUCTION OF MONOSACCHARIDES -
Dien, B.S., Li, X., Iten, L.B., Jordan, D.B., Nichols, N.N., O Bryan, P.J., Cotta, M.A. 2006. Enzymatic saccharification of hot-water pretreated corn fiber for production of monosaccharides. Enzyme and Microbial Technology. 39:1137-1144.
ENHANCEMENT OF ETHANOL YIELD FROM THE CORN DRY GRIND PROCESS BY FERMENTATION OF THE KERNEL FIBER FRACTION -
Dien, B.S., Nichols, N.N., Iten, L.B., Bothast, R.J. 2004. Enhancement of ethanol yield from the corn dry grind process by fermentation of the kernel fiber fraction. In: Nelson, W.M., editor. Agricultural Applications in Green Chemistry. Chap. 6. Washington, DC:American Chemical Society. p. 63-77.
DEVELOPMENT OF NEW ETHANOLOGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLI STRAINS FOR FERMENTATION OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS -
CONVERSION OF CORN FIBER TO ETHANOL USING RECOMBINANT ESCHERICHIA COLI STRAINS -
HETEROLOGOUS EXPRESSION OF FIBER-DEGRADING ENZYMES IN STREPTOCOCCUS BOVIS -
HYDROLYSIS BY COMMERCIAL ENZYME MIXTURES OF AFEX-TREATED CORN FIBER AND ISOLATED XYLANS -
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