laminarinase

laminarinase

(1) Endo-1,3(4)-beta-glucanase, EC 3.2.1.6. 
(2) Glucan endo-1,3-beta-d-glucosidase, EC 3.2.1.39.
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1997) also detected alginate lyase, carboxymethylcellulase, laminarinase, agarase, carragenase in the hepatopancrease of abalone (Haliotis midae) and proposed that bacteria resident in the digestive system of H.
Chitinase and laminarinase production in liquid culture by Trichoderma spp.
Gilbert, Properties of Four C-terminal Carbohydrate-Binding Modules (CBM4) of Laminarinase Lic16A of Clostridium Thermocellum, Bio .
Vancov T, Keen B (2009) Rapid isolation and high-throughput determination of cellulase and laminarinase activity in soils.
From a dietary perspective, Norman and Jones (1990) used activity of laminarinase as an indicator of the ability of Liocarcinus puber (velvet swimming crab) to utilize the brown algae frequently found in its stomach.
Laminarinase activity was measured using laminarin as the substrate.
Although variable, laminarinase activity was highest in P.
This difference was largely due to separation between the species on the basis of the high activity of laminarinase and [beta]-glucosidase in P.
7B) and a laminarinase (endo-1,3 P-D-glucanase) from Chlamys albicus was not significant, it is believed that this identification may be real.
5 mg/L cadmium in seawater for 96 h and then measure the activity of enzymes (amylase, laminarinase, and protease) in the digestive gland.
KEY WORDS: cadmium, amylase activity, laminarinase activity, protease activity, eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica
The digestive gland of oysters produces a variety of catabolic enzymes including amylase, laminarinase, and protease (Langdon & Newell 1996).