The soluble protein content, the N-acetyl glucosamine content, and the activity of chitinase
were examined as described by Bradford (Bradford, 1979) and Li et al.
2], Carbon Sources chitinase
, production, OVAT, optimization.
Besides, root colonization with Trichoderma induced increased peroxidase and chitinase
activities in many plants (de Santiago et al.
Surprisingly, chitin addition had deleterious effects on growth and there was minimal chitinase
activity in the gastric juices.
Identification, phylogeny, and transcript of chitinase
family genes in sugarcane.
activity was the only enzymatic activity with statistically significant differences between treatments.
The optimum pH value for the chitinase
is known to be in the range of 7-8.
The fungus is believed to produce hydrolytic enzymes such as proteases, collagenase, and chitinase
which may be involved in nematode cuticle penetration and host cell degradation (Tunlid et al.
-like Proteins in Allergic Inflammation and Tissue Remodeling.
Although the role of mammalian chitinases
on inflammation is not clear, chitinase
3-like-1 (CHI3L1) expressed by macrophages increases internalization of intracellular bacteria such as Salmonella (Kawada et al.
chitiniclastica is a short, gram-negative, facultative anaerobic, and motile gammaproteobacterium with strong chitinase
The survived larvae fed on semiartifiacal diet contamenated by the first concentration (field rate) untile reached at forth instar larvae (full grown larvae) were taken to detarmine the activity of chitinase
, amylase and protease enzymes.