The three beta-1,3-glucanases from Acremonium blochii strain C59 appear to be encoded by separate genes.

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Three exocellular beta-1,3-glucanases from Acremonium blochii strain C59, BGN3.2, BGN3.3 and BGN3.4, were purified. Two, BGN3.2 and BGN3.4 appeared to act as exo-enzymes against laminarin from Laminaria digitata, while BGN3.3 displayed an endo-mode of action. The N-terminal amino acid sequence data for BGN3.2 and BGN3.4 suggested these two enzymes may be… (More)

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@article{Martin2006TheTB, title={The three beta-1,3-glucanases from Acremonium blochii strain C59 appear to be encoded by separate genes.}, author={Kirstee L. Martin and Barbara M McDougall and Shiela E. Unkles and Robert James Seviour}, journal={Mycological research}, year={2006}, volume={110 Pt 1}, pages={66-74} }