beta mannosidase

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beta mannosidase

An enzyme encoded by MANBA, a gene on chromosome 4q22-q25 that localises to lysosomes, where it is the final exoglycosidase in the N-linked glycoprotein oligosaccharide catabolism pathway.
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10,081,783 B2; The Procter & Gamble Company has patented a cleaning composition that has an enzyme system that is comprised of a nuclease enzyme; an extracellular-polymer-degrading enzyme that is a mannanase with greater than about 90% identity to Seq.
Dietary supplementation of 500 mg/kg of enzyme blend (mannanase, amylase, and protease) to corn-soybean meal-based or complex diets did not affect fecal emission of N[H.sub.3] in growing pigs [38].
The two CAZyme genes most expressed in sugarcane bagasse encode a mannanase from the GH76 family (ID 122495) and the hemicellulase xyn3 (ID 120229).
Huerta-Ochoa, Physiological, morphological, and mannanase production studies on Aspergillus niger uam-gs1 mutants, Electron.
Chryseobacterium indologenes, novel mannanase producing bacteria.
The production de fungal mannanase, cellulose and xylanase using palm kernel meal as a substrate.
Higher enzyme activities were observed in xylan medium, whereas only mannanase was produced when the bacterial cultures were grown in locust bean gum galactomannan.
Ferreira Filho, 2001.Temperature-dependent germination and endo mannanase activity in sesame seeds.
Assay of 1-4-[beta]-endo Mannanase using AZO-CAROB GALACTOMANNAN.
Studies revealed that mannanase could help improving the gain-to-feed ratio in pigs [5].