A novel Cellvibrio mixtus family 10 xylanase that is both intracellular and expressed under non-inducing conditions.

@article{Fontes2000ANC,
  title={A novel Cellvibrio mixtus family 10 xylanase that is both intracellular and expressed under non-inducing conditions.},
  author={Carlos Mendes Godinho Andrade Fontes and Harry J. Gilbert and Geoffrey P. Hazlewood and Jonathan H Clarke and Jos{\'e} A. M. Prates and Vincent A. McKie and Tibor Nagy and Tito H Fernandes and Lu{\'i}s Ant{\'o}nio Fialho Marcelino Ferreira},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={146 ( Pt 8)},
  pages={1959-67}
}
Hydrolysis of the plant cell wall polysaccharides cellulose and xylan requires the synergistic interaction of a repertoire of extracellular enzymes. Recently, evidence has emerged that anaerobic bacteria can synthesize high levels of periplasmic xylanases which may be involved in the hydrolysis of small xylo-oligosaccharides absorbed by the micro-organism. Cellvibrio mixtus, a saprophytic aerobic soil bacterium that is highly active against plant cell wall polysaccharides, was shown to express… CONTINUE READING

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