Degradation of Phytate by the 6-Phytase from Hafnia alvei: A Combined Structural and Solution Study

@inproceedings{Ariza2013DegradationOP,
  title={Degradation of Phytate by the 6-Phytase from Hafnia alvei: A Combined Structural and Solution Study},
  author={Antonio Ariza and Olga V. Moroz and Elena V. Blagova and Johan P Turkenburg and Jitka Waterman and Shirley M. Roberts and Jesper Vind and Carsten Sj\oholm and S\oren Flensted Lassen and Leonardo De Maria and Vibe Glitsoe and Lars K. Skov and Keith S Wilson},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Phytases hydrolyse phytate (myo-inositol hexakisphosphate), the principal form of phosphate stored in plant seeds to produce phosphate and lower phosphorylated myo-inositols. They are used extensively in the feed industry, and have been characterised biochemically and structurally with a number of structures in the PDB. They are divided into four distinct families: histidine acid phosphatases (HAP), β-propeller phytases, cysteine phosphatases and purple acid phosphatases and also split into… CONTINUE READING
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