1995, "Structures and mechanisms of glycosyl
hydrolases," Structure, 3, pp.
Cloning and relational analysis of 15 novel fungal endoglucanases from family 12 glycosyl
The co-substrate and active glycosyl
donor was a [blank.
Cellulases belong to a large family of glycosyl
hydrolases (GH) and are common in some bacteria, fungi, plants and animals (6).
The results revealed two domains (Starch synthase, catalytic domain and Glycosyl
transferase, family 1) in waxy protein of rice while only one domain (Starch synthase, catalytic domain) was found in maize (Fig.
1991) Defective glycosyl
phosphatidylinositol biosynthesis in extracts of three Thy-1 negative lymphoma cell mutants.
The crystal structure of endoglucanase CelA, a family 8 glycosyl
hydrolase from Clostridium thermocellum.
148) Further, it is characterized by its glycosyl
phosphatidylinositol anchor similar domain formed at the C-terminus by a series of hydrophobic amino acids, which act as a signal for ER transpeptidase.
The other 3, keratin 2, glycosyl
transferase (LARGE), and diamino oxidase are also associated with processes related to cancer (38-40).
Suntory Limited (Osaka, Japan) has patented a gene encoding a protein derived from, for example, snapdragons and petunias, said protein having an amino acid sequence as set forth in SEQ ID NO: 2, 8, and 10, and having an activity of transferring a glycosyl
group to aurones, and a method of producing said protein using said gene.
As one of the few membrane proteins known to contain both a cytoplasmic domain and a glycosyl
anchor, ponticulin accounts for about 90% of the actin-binding and actin-nucleating activities of isolated plasma membranes.
It has been reported that glycosyl
flavones in Enicostemma hyssopifolium could decrease the level of glucose in the blood in type II diabetic patients by inhibiting the enzyme a-glucosidase in the intestinal brush borders (Patel and Mishra, 2011).