Substrate and Enzyme Characteristics that Limit Cellulose Hydrolysis.

@article{Mansfield1999SubstrateAE,
  title={Substrate and Enzyme Characteristics that Limit Cellulose Hydrolysis.},
  author={Mansfield and Mooney and Saddler},
  journal={Biotechnology progress},
  year={1999},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={804-816}
}
The ability and, consequently, the limitations of various microbial enzyme systems to completely hydrolyze the structural polysaccharides of plant cell walls has been the focus of an enormous amount of research over the years. As more and more of these extracellular enzymatic systems are being identified and characterized, clear similarities and differences are being elucidated. Although much has been learned concerning the structures, kinetics, catalytic action, and interactions of enzymes and… CONTINUE READING
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