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Purification and Properties of the Phytase from Schwanniomyces castellii
Abstract Phytase from Schwanniomyces castellii was purified by anion exchange and gel filtration chromatography. The enzyme has a molecular weight of 490,000 with a glycosylation rate around 31%. TheExpand
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Study of the amidase signature group.
Computer methods for database search, multiple alignment and cluster analysis indicated significant homology between amino-acid sequences of 21 amidases or amidohydrolases (EC 3.5). All of them wereExpand
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Study of the acyl transfer activity of a recombinant amidase overproduced in an Escherichia coli strain. Application for short-chain hydroxamic acid and acid hydrazide synthesis
Abstract The study of acyl transfer activity of a wide spectrum amidase from Rhodococcus sp. R312, overproduced in an Escherichia coli strain, revealed that the ‘bi-bi-ping-pong’ type reaction wasExpand
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Purification and characterization of an intracellular -glucosidase from Botrytis cinerea
Abstract The filamentous fungus Botrytis cinerea, grown on a cellobiose medium, was found to produce three intracellular β-glucosidases (GluI, II, and III). These enzymes were visualized by activityExpand
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Purification and characterization of an intracellular β‐glucosidase from a new strain of Leuconostoc mesenteroides isolated from cassava
The lactic acid bacterium, Leuconostoc mesenteroides, when grown on an arbutin‐containing medium, was found to produce an intracellular β‐glucosidase. The enzyme was purified by chromatofocusing,Expand
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Fatty acid and carotenoid composition of Rhodotorula strains.
Lipid content and composition of fatty acids with 6-25 carbon atoms were studied on strains of the 13 pink or red yeast species belonging to the genus Rhodotorula. The total amount of lipidExpand
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A study of the influence of the growth media on the fatty acid composition inCandida lipolytica diddens and lodder
Candida lipolytica YB 423-12 is able to incorporate fatty acid from the culture medium when lipids are used as carbon substrate. The composition of cell lipids is largely dependent on that of theExpand
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Production of food and fodder yeasts.
A decade or so ago, there was considerable interest in developing single cell protein production from raw materials. Many factors have influenced the development of fodder yeast technology, notablyExpand
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Hydrolysis of grape monoterpenyl glycosides by Candida molischiana and Candida wickerhamii β-glucosidases
The exocellular β-glucosidases of Candida molischiana and Candida wickerhamii are able to hydrolyse geranyl, neryl, citronellyl, linalyl and α-terpinyl-β-D-glucopyranosides. The nature of theExpand
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