Identification of GH10 xylanases in strains 2 and Mz5 of Pseudobutyrivibrio xylanivorans

  title={Identification of GH10 xylanases in strains 2 and Mz5 of Pseudobutyrivibrio xylanivorans},
  author={D. Grilli and J. Kope{\vc}n{\'y} and J. Mr{\'a}zek and R. Marin{\vs}ek-Logar and Sebasti{\'a}n Paez Lama and M. S. Escudero and G. Arenas},
  journal={Folia Microbiologica},
Genes encoding glycosyl hydrolase family 11 (GH11) xylanases and xylanases have been identified from Pseudobutyrivibrio xylanivorans. In contrast, little is known about the diversity and distribution of the GH10 xylanase in strains of P. xylanivorans. Xylanase and associated activities of P. xylanivorans have been characterized in detail in the type strain, Mz5. The aim of the present study was to identify GH10 xylanase genes in strains 2 and Mz5 of P. xylanivorans. In addition, we evaluated… Expand
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