Microbial beta-glucanases different from cellulases.

@article{Bielecki1991MicrobialBD,
  title={Microbial beta-glucanases different from cellulases.},
  author={S Bielecki and Edward Galas},
  journal={Critical reviews in biotechnology},
  year={1991},
  volume={10 4},
  pages={275-304}
}
The beta-glucans different from cellulose are the most abundant class of polysaccharides. They are found in microorganisms and higher plants as structural entities of cell wall, as cytoplasmic and vacuolar reserve materials, and as extracellular substances. Enzyme systems capable to hydrolyze beta-glucans are produced by different microorganisms. The occurrence and nature of beta-glucanases and their substrates are reviewed. The regulation of biosynthesis of these enzymes, their properties… CONTINUE READING

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