Two xylose-tolerant GH43 bifunctional β-xylosidase/α-arabinosidases and one GH11 xylanase from Humicola insolens and their synergy in the degradation of xylan.

  title={Two xylose-tolerant GH43 bifunctional $\beta$-xylosidase/$\alpha$-arabinosidases and one GH11 xylanase from Humicola insolens and their synergy in the degradation of xylan.},
  author={Xinzhuo Yang and Pengjun Shi and Huo-qing Huang and Huiying Luo and Yaru Wang and Wei Zhang and Bin Yao},
  journal={Food chemistry},

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