Efficient production of mannan-degrading enzymes by the basidiomycete Sclerotium rolfsii.

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Sclerotium rolfsii CBS 191.62 was cultivated on a number of carbon (C) sources, including mono- and disaccharides, as well as on polysaccharides, to study the formation of different mannan-degrading enzyme activities. Highest levels of mannanase activity were obtained when alpha-cellulose-based media were used for growth, but formation of mannanase could… (More)

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@article{Sachslehner1998EfficientPO, title={Efficient production of mannan-degrading enzymes by the basidiomycete Sclerotium rolfsii.}, author={Alois Sachslehner and Dietmar Haltrich and Georg M. Guebitz and Bernd Nidetzky and Klaus D. Kulbe}, journal={Applied biochemistry and biotechnology}, year={1998}, volume={70-72}, pages={939-53} }