Molecular and Biochemical Characterization of a Novel Xylanase from Massilia sp. RBM26 Isolated from the Feces of Rhinopithecus bieti.

@article{Xu2016MolecularAB,
  title={Molecular and Biochemical Characterization of a Novel Xylanase from Massilia sp. RBM26 Isolated from the Feces of Rhinopithecus bieti.},
  author={Bo Xu and Liming Dai and Junjun Li and Meng Deng and Huabiao Miao and Junpei Zhou and Yuelin Mu and Qian Wu and Xianghua Tang and Yunjuan Yang and Junmei Ding and Nanyu Han and Zunxi Huang},
  journal={Journal of microbiology and biotechnology},
  year={2016},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={9-19}
}
Xylanases sourced from different bacteria have significantly different enzymatic properties. Therefore, studying xylanases from different bacteria is important to their applications in different fields. A potential xylanase degradation gene in Massilia was recently discovered through genomic sequencing. However, its xylanase activity remains unexplored. This paper is the first to report a xylanase (XynRBM26) belonging to the glycosyl hydrolase family (GH10) from the genus Massilia. The gene… CONTINUE READING