A family 11 xylanase from the pathogen Botrytis cinerea is inhibited by plant endoxylanase inhibitors XIP-I and TAXI-I.

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The phytopathogen fungus Botrytis cinerea produces various glycosidases which are secreted during plant infection. In this study, the XynBc1 cDNA that encodes a xylanase from family 11 glycoside hydrolase from B. cinerea was identified by homology-based analysis, cloned by reverse transcription RT-PCR, fully sequenced, and heterologously expressed in Pichia… (More)

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@article{Brutus2005AF1, title={A family 11 xylanase from the pathogen Botrytis cinerea is inhibited by plant endoxylanase inhibitors XIP-I and TAXI-I.}, author={Alexandre Brutus and Ida Barbara Reca and Sameh Herga and Benedetta Mattei and Antoine Puigserver and J P Chaix and Nathalie Juge and Daniela Bellincampi and Thierry Giardina}, journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications}, year={2005}, volume={337 1}, pages={160-6} }