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Phytase production by Rhizopus microsporus var. microsporus biofilm: characterization of enzymatic activity after spray drying in presence of carbohydrates and nonconventional adjuvants
(Korean Soc Microbiology & Biotechnology, 2014-02-01)
Microbial phytases are enzymes with biotechnological interest for the feed industry. In this article, the effect of spray-drying conditions on the stability and activity of extracellular phytase produced by R. microsporus ...
Induction of glucokinase by glucose in rat liver
EVIDENCE that the nature and amount of carbohydrates in the diet significantly influence the activity of several enzymes related to carbohydrate metabolism is now accumulating. Among other enzymes, glucokinase decreases ...
Changes in soluble carbohydrates and related enzymes induced by low temperature during early developmental stages of quinoa () seedlings
(Elsevier Gmbh, 2004-02)
Low temperature represents one of the principal limitations in species distribution and crop productivity. Responses to chilling include the accumulation of simple carbohydrates and changes in enzymes involved in their ...
Carbohydrate content and metabolism as related to maturity and chilling sensitivity of cv. Fortune mandarins
(Amer Chemical SocWashingtonEUA, 1999)
Expanding The Knowledge On Lignocellulolytic And Redox Enzymes Of Worker And Soldier Castes From The Lower Termite Coptotermes Gestroi
(Frontiers Media SALausanne, 2016)
Antitumor Activities of Iodoacetate and Dimethylsulphoxide Against Solid Ehrlich Carcinoma Growth in Mice
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2003)
Duplications and functional convergence of intestinal carbohydrate-digesting enzymes
(Oxford University Press, 2020-02)
Vertebrate diets and digestive physiologies vary tremendously. Although the contribution of ecological and behavioral features to such diversity is well documented, the roles and identities of individual intestinal enzymes ...
Self-Assembled Carbohydrate Polymers for Food Applications: A Review
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2019-11)
The self-assembled natural and synthetic polymers are booming. However, natural polymers obtained from native or modified carbohydrate polymers (CPs), such as celluloses, chitosan, glucans, gums, pectins, and starches, ...
Family 1 carbohydrate binding-modules enhance saccharification rates
Cellulose degrading enzymes usually have a two-domain structure consisting of a catalytic domain and a non-catalytic carbohydrate-binding module. Although it is well known the importance of those modules in cell wall ...