Acceptor reactions of a novel transfructosylating enzyme from Bacillus sp.

@article{Kim2004AcceptorRO,
  title={Acceptor reactions of a novel transfructosylating enzyme from Bacillus sp.},
  author={Yong Mi Kim and J P Park and Jayanta Sinha and Kwang Hee Lim and Jong Won Yun},
  journal={Biotechnology Letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={23},
  pages={13-16}
}
Many different oligosaccharides were produced by transferring the fructose residue of sucrose to maltose, cellobiose, lactose and sucrose (self-transfer), where their yields of fructosylated acceptor products accounted for 26–30% (w/w). The maximum conversion yield (30%) was obtained in fructosyl cellobioside formation with 500 g sucrose l−1 (substrate) and 200 g cellobiose l−1 (acceptor). These four acceptors gave various products having DP (degree of polymerization) 2–7 by successive transfer… CONTINUE READING

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