pectinase


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pol·y·ga·lac·tu·ro·nase

(pol'ē-gă-lak'tū'rō-nās),
Pectin depolymerase; an enzyme catalyzing the random hydrolysis of 1,4-α-d-galactosiduronic linkages in pectate and other galacturonans.
Synonym(s): pectinase

pectinase

(pĕk′tĭ-nās)
An enzyme that catalyzes the formation of sugars and galacturonic acid from pectin.
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Production of cell wall hydrolyzing enzymes by selected isolates of citrus: All the 16 different bacterial isolates were in vitro characterized for production of fungal cell wall hydrolyzing enzymes such as cellulase, chitinase, protease, pectinase and lipase (Table 1).
[USPRwire, Wed Jul 31 2019] Market Research Hub (MRH) has actively included a new research study titled "Global Pectinase for Juices Processing Market Insights, Forecast to 2025" to its wide online repository.
In order to produce high reducing sugar from cassava pulp, various enzymes dosage (cellulase, pectinase, a-amylase, and glucoamylase) fermentation times, and temperatures were designed using RSM for ethanol production by Kluyveromyces marxianus TISTR 5925 (29).
viride), main composition (glucanase and pectinase, vs xylanase and glucanase), and CMCase (7,350 vs 2,720 U/g) between AC and TC, the highest (p<0.01) pH and ammonia nitrogen content with lowest (p<0.01) lactic acid content were found in wilted Guinea grass silages treated with TC 0.05%.
The mechanisms that may be involved in growth promotion are the production of siderophores and enzymes (proteases, amylases, pectinase, lipases and cellulases).
This activity is always present in pectinase preparations if not removed by a specific purification step.
Pectate lyase, pectin lyase, and endopolygalaturonase cause cell separation and changes in cell membrane permeability, and cellulase and protease can augment the action of the pectinases, thus contributing to virulence (2).
The complex remains stable until its pectin component is degraded by pectinase enzymes produced by the colonic microflora [5, 21].
In the world market, it has been reported that pectinase accounts for 10% of global industrial enzymes produced [3].
The EC1, used at 200 g [ton.sup.-1] feed, consists of pectinase (4000 AJDU [g.sup.-1]), protease (700 HUT [g.sup.-1]), phytase (300 SPU [g.sup.-1]), beta-glucanase (200 BGU [g.sup.-1]), xylanase (100 XU [g.sup.-1]), cellulase (40 CMCU [g.sup.-1]) and amylase (30 FAU [g.sup.-1]), obtained from the fermentation of Aspergillus niger.