Alkaline phytase from lily pollen: Investigation of biochemical properties.

@article{Jog2005AlkalinePF,
  title={Alkaline phytase from lily pollen: Investigation of biochemical properties.},
  author={Sonali P Jog and Barry G Garchow and Bakul Dhagat Mehta and Pushpalatha P. N. Murthy},
  journal={Archives of biochemistry and biophysics},
  year={2005},
  volume={440 2},
  pages={133-40}
}
Phytases catalyze the hydrolysis of phytic acid (InsP6, myo-inositol hexakisphosphate), the most abundant inositol phosphate in cells. In cereal grains and legumes, it constitutes 3-5% of the dry weight of seeds. The inability of humans and monogastric animals such as swine and poultry to absorb complexed InsP6 has led to nutritional and environmental problems. The efficacy of supplemental phytases to address these issues is well established; thus, there is a need for phytases with a range of… CONTINUE READING

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