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Noncellulolytic fungal β-glucanases : their physiology and regulation
The occurrence, regulation, and action of fungal enzymes capable of degrading noncellulosic β-glucans, especially 1,3-β- and 1,6-β-glucans, are reviewed. Special consideration is given to their rolesExpand
Biochemistry and molecular biology of exocellular fungal β‐(1,3)‐ and β‐(1,6)‐glucanases
Many fungi produce exocellular β-glucan-degrading enzymes, the β-glucanases including the noncellulolytic β-(1,3)- and β-(1,6)-glucanases, degrading β-(1,3)- and β-(1,6)-glucans. An ability to purifyExpand
Structure of epiglucan, a highly side-chain/branched (1 --> 3;1 --> 6)-beta-glucan from the micro fungus Epicoccum nigrum Ehrenb. ex Schlecht.
The extracellular fungal polysaccharide, epiglucan, synthesised by Epicoccum nigrum is a side-chain/branched (1 --> 3;1 --> 6)-D-beta-glucan. Methylation analysis, 13C DEPT NMR and specific enzymicExpand
Noncellulolytic fungal beta-glucanases: their physiology and regulation.
The occurrence, regulation, and action of fungal enzymes capable of degrading noncellulosic beta-glucans, especially 1,3-beta- and 1,6-beta-glucans, are reviewed. Special consideration is given toExpand
Purification and characterization of an extracellular (1 --> 6)-beta-glucanase from the filamentous fungus Acremonium persicinum.
An endo-(1 --> 6)-beta-glucanase has been isolated from the culture filtrates of the filamentous fungus Acremonium persicinum and purified by (NH4)2SO4 precipitation followed by anion-exchange andExpand
Sites of exudation of 14C-labelled compounds from wheat roots.
Summary The combination of autoradiography and a filter paper ‘sandwich’technique using wheat plants labelled with 14C has shown that roots of wheat exude two types of compounds, viz. (a)Expand
Biochemistry and molecular biology of exocellular fungal beta-(1,3)- and beta-(1,6)-glucanases.
Many fungi produce exocellular beta-glucan-degrading enzymes, the beta-glucanases including the noncellulolytic beta-(1,3)- and beta-(1,6)-glucanases, degrading beta-(1,3)- and beta-(1,6)-glucans. AnExpand
Why do exopolysaccharide yields from the fungus Aureobasidium pullulans fall during batch culture fermentation
Abstract When the fungus Aureobasidium pullulans ATCC 9348 was grown in a continuously stirred tank reactor (CSTR) with varying concentrations of NO 3 − (as NaNO 3 ) as sole nitrogen source, theExpand
Purification and characterization of an extracellular beta-glucosidase from the filamentous fungus Acremonium persicinum and its probable role in beta-glucan degradation.
A beta-glucosidase from the culture filtrates of the filamentous fungus Acremonium persicinum has been purified by (NH4)2SO4 precipitation followed by anion-exchange and gel filtrationExpand
Effect of pH on exocellular riboflavin production byEremothecium ashbyii
SummaryThe production of riboflavin byEremothecium ashbyii grown in a chemically defined medium in batch culture was affected by pH of the medium. Highest yields were obtained at constant pH of 4.5Expand
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