A cytoplasmic xylanase (XynX) of Aeromonas caviae ME-1 is released from the cytoplasm to the periplasm by osmotic downshock.

@article{Usui2003ACX,
  title={A cytoplasmic xylanase (XynX) of Aeromonas caviae ME-1 is released from the cytoplasm to the periplasm by osmotic downshock.},
  author={Kengo Usui and Tohru S. Suzuki and Toshitaka Akisaka and Keiichi Kawai},
  journal={Journal of bioscience and bioengineering},
  year={2003},
  volume={95 5},
  pages={
          488-95
        }
}
Aeromonas caviae ME-1 is a multiple xylanase-producing gram-negative bacterium which was isolated from the gut contents of a wild silkworm, Samia cynthia pryeri. One of the xylanases produced by A. caviae ME-1, XynX (38 kDa, family 10 xylanase), hydrolyzes xylan to xylobiose and xylotetraose as final degradation products. Generally, xylanases are extracellular or cell surface enzymes. However, XynX is not exported to the extracellular fluid by A. caviae ME-1 and an Escherichia coli transformant… CONTINUE READING
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