Characterization of thermostable cellulases
produced by Bacillus and Geobacillus strains.
It catalyzes the hydrolysis of arly and alkyl glycosides as well as of cellobiose to glucose which is inhibitory to the endo and exo cellulases
during cellulose hydrolysis .
Each of the 15 new cellulases
was more stable, worked at significantly higher temperatures (70 to 75 degrees Celsius), and degraded more cellulose than the parent enzymes at those temperatures.
Global Markets and Technologies for Biofuel Enzymes - Focus on Cellulases
and xylanase of an anaerobic rumen fungus grown on wheat straw holocellulose, cellulose and xylan.
As such, it's an abundant source of energy, but most animals lack the enzyme cellulase
, which breaks the bonds that lock the individual sugar molecules together.
Screening of highly cellulolytic fungi and the action of their cellulase
Bridges goes on to explain that Farmacule's proprietary technology would use cellulase
in the sugarcane leaf material to convert cellulose to fermentable sugars that could then be converted to bioethanol.
2006) who treated with xylanase or cellulase
in combination with ammonia, by Liu and Orskov (2000) who treated with cellulase
from Penicillum funiculosum in combination with steam pre-treatment, and by Wang et al.
Dyadic has devoted significant R&D resources over the last decade towards developing its C1 Host Technology and other proprietary technologies to produce cellulases
and other important enzymes that convert cellulosic substrates such as corn stover and sugar cane bagasse into glucose from which bioethanol can be produced, and which are therefore expected by Dyadic to have direct applicability to the bioethanol segment of the industry.
CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE This study contributes to the areas of market growth in the amylases, cellulases
, xylanases, lipases and other biofuel enzyme manufacturers and users.
The contig CL458Contig1 and the singletone NEF-24-3a-T3_H05 were homologous to cellulases
from Piromyces sp.