Purification and characterization of hydrosoluble components from the sap of Chinese lacquer tree Rhus vernicifera.

@article{YunYang2006PurificationAC,
  title={Purification and characterization of hydrosoluble components from the sap of Chinese lacquer tree Rhus vernicifera.},
  author={Wan Yun-Yang and Du Yu-min and Yang Fang-Xing and X G Ying and Chen Rong-Zhi and John F. Kennedy label John Fitzgerald Kennedy label Joh Kennedy},
  journal={International journal of biological macromolecules},
  year={2006},
  volume={38 3-5},
  pages={232-40}
}
Continuous gradient elution chromatography (CGEC) was employed to purify and separate enzymes and polysaccharides from the sap of Rhus vernicifera Chinese lacquer tree. There are three different molecules with laccase enzyme activity. Two are enzymes of each other (L1, and L2), whereas the third (RL) is an entirely separate entity. Two polysaccharides (GP1 and GP2) were also found. The Rhus laccase (RL), and isoenzymes L1 and L2, have peak molecular masses of 109,100, 120,000, 103,000… CONTINUE READING