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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 roles… Expand
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 purify… Expand
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 enzymic… Expand
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 to… Expand
Purification and characterization of an extracellular (1 --> 6)-beta-glucanase from the filamentous fungus Acremonium persicinum.
- S. Pitson, R. Seviour, B. M. McDougall, B. Stone, M. Sadek
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The Biochemical journal
- 15 June 1996
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 and… Expand
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.
- K. Martin, B. M. McDougall, S. McIlroy, Jiezhong Chen, R. Seviour
- FEMS microbiology reviews
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. An… Expand
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, the… Expand
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 filtration… Expand
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 4.5… Expand