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Scytalidium thermophilum produces an extracellular phenol oxidase on glucose-containing medium. Certain phenolic acids, specifically gallic acid and tannic acid, induce the expression of the enzyme. Production at 45°C in batch cultures is growth-associated and is enhanced in the presence of 160 μM CuSO4.5 H2O and 3 mM gallic acid. The highest enzyme(More)
Support vector machines (SVMs) have many applications in investigating biological data from gene expression arrays to understanding EEG signals of sleep stages. In this paper, we have developed an application that will support the prediction of the pro-peptide cleavage site of fungal extracellular proteinswhich displaymostly amonobasic or dibasic processing(More)
Extracellular proteases produced by Scytalidium thermophilum, grown on microcrystalline cellulose, were most active at pH 6.5–8 and 37–45 °C when incubated for 60 min. Highest protease activity was at day 3 where endoglucanase activity was low. Protease activity measurements with and without the protease inhibitors, p-chloromercuribenzoate, PMSF, antipain,(More)
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