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alcohol dehydrogenase
degradation
expression of AdhB gene in an ldh deletion mutant of Caldicellulosiruptor bescii leads to ethanol production at 75°C, near the ethanol boiling point. The AdhB expressing strain produces ethanol (1.4 mM on Avicel, 0.4 mM on switchgrass) as well as acetate (13.0 mM on Avicel, 15.7 mM on switchgrass). The addition of 40 mM MOPS to the growth medium increases the maximal growth yield of C. bescii by approximately twofold; expression of AdhB gene in an ldh deletion mutant of Caldicellulosiruptor bescii leads to ethanol production at 75°C, near the ethanol boiling point. The AdhE expressing strain produce ethanol (2.3 mM on Avicel, 1.6 mM on switchgrass) and acetate (12.3 mM on Avicel, 15.1 mM on switchgrass). The addition of 40 mM MOPS to the growth medium increases the maximal growth yield of C. bescii by approximately twofold
alcohol dehydrogenase
degradation
direct conversion of switchgrass to ethanol without conventional pretreatment of the biomass is accomplished by deletion of lactate dehydrogenase and heterologous expression of a Clostridium thermocellum bifunctional acetaldehyde/alcohol dehydrogenase in Caldicellulosiruptor bescii. Whereas wild-type Caldicellulosiruptor bescii lacks the ability to make ethanol, 70% of the fermentation products in the engineered strain are ethanol (12.8 mM ethanol directly from 2% wt/vol switchgrass) with decreased production of acetate by 38% compared with wild-type
alcohol dehydrogenase
degradation
expression of AdhB gene in an ldh deletion mutant of Caldicellulosiruptor bescii leads to ethanol production at 75°C, near the ethanol boiling point. The AdhB expressing strain produces ethanol (1.4 mM on Avicel, 0.4 mM on switchgrass) as well as acetate (13.0 mM on Avicel, 15.7 mM on switchgrass). The addition of 40 mM MOPS to the growth medium increases the maximal growth yield of C. bescii by approximately twofold
alcohol dehydrogenase
degradation
expression of AdhB gene in an ldh deletion mutant of Caldicellulosiruptor bescii leads to ethanol production at 75°C, near the ethanol boiling point. The AdhE expressing strain produce ethanol (2.3 mM on Avicel, 1.6 mM on switchgrass) and acetate (12.3 mM on Avicel, 15.1 mM on switchgrass). The addition of 40 mM MOPS to the growth medium increases the maximal growth yield of C. bescii by approximately twofold
L-lactate dehydrogenase
degradation
direct conversion of switchgrass to ethanol without conventional pretreatment of the biomass is accomplished by deletion of lactate dehydrogenase and heterologous expression of a Clostridium thermocellum bifunctional acetaldehyde/alcohol dehydrogenase. Whereas wild-type Caldicellulosiruptor bescii lacks the ability to make ethanol, 70% of the fermentation products in the engineered strain are ethanol (12.8 mM ethanol directly from 2% wt/vol switchgrass) with decreased production of acetate by 38% compared with wild-type
aryl-alcohol dehydrogenase
degradation
the enzyme is active in toluene degradtion in a reactor, containing the fungus Paecilomyces variotii strain CBS115145, for biofiltration of toluene
7alpha-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase
degradation
new integrated chemo-enzymatic synthesis of ursodeoxycholic acid starting from sodium cholate by 7alpha- and 12alpha-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenases
12alpha-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase
degradation
new integrated chemo-enzymatic synthesis of ursodeoxycholic acid starting from sodium cholate by 7alpha- and 12alpha-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenases
uronate dehydrogenase
degradation
development of a simple and specific assay for D-glucuronate using Udh, stability in solution and high activity of Udh, as well as its relatively easy purification method, provide researchers with an alternative method to study D-glucuronate-related metabolism
long-chain-3-hydroxyacyl-CoA dehydrogenase
degradation
when gene encoding 3-hydroxyacyl-CoA dehydrogenase is deleted, it is possible to produce medium-chain-length polyhydroxyalkanoates containing only two different monomer structures
S-(hydroxymethyl)glutathione dehydrogenase
degradation
the enzyme is useful in elimination of formaldehyde, a toxic mutagen mediating apoptosis in cells, from consumers goods and environment
alcohol oxidase
degradation
the purified enzyme is able to decolorize textile dyes, Red HE7B (57.5%) and Direct Blue GLL (51.09%) within 15 h at 0.04 nm/ml concentration
cellobiose dehydrogenase (acceptor)
degradation
CDH is able to produce a sufficient amount of H2O2 to decolorize anthocyanins within 2 h
pyranose dehydrogenase (acceptor)
degradation
lignocellulose degradation
aldehyde dehydrogenase [NAD(P)+]
degradation
degradation of polyethylene glycols, PEGs
2,5-dioxovalerate dehydrogenase
degradation
involved in an alternative pathway of D-glucarate metabolism
benzaldehyde dehydrogenase (NAD+)
degradation
in cells of Acinetobacter sp. AG1 isolated from the River Elbe a combined action of benzylalcohol and benzaldehyde dehydrogenase induced after growth with benzylbenzoate does produce benzoate from benzylalcohol, which is a mechanism to quantitatively eliminate the anthropogenic marker compound benzylbenzoate under aerobic conditions
retinal dehydrogenase
degradation
urinary excretion of 2-keto-3-deoxygluconate amounts to 16.7 micromol/g creatinine in humans, indicating that 3-deoxyglucosone may be quantitatively a more important substrate than retinaldehyde for ALDH1A1
retinal dehydrogenase
degradation
ALDH1A1 appears to be the major if not the only enzyme responsible for the oxidation of 3-deoxyglucosone to 2-keto-3-deoxygluconate
formaldehyde dehydrogenase
degradation
physiological significance of dlFalDH in the formaldehyde metabolism in Hyphomicrobium zavarzinii ZV 580 cultured on C1 compounds
erythrose-4-phosphate dehydrogenase
degradation
coupling of a transketolase reaction (using Leishmania mexicana transketolase) that converts D-fructose 6-phosphate to D-erythrose 4-phosphate, which can then be converted to 4-phosphate D-erythronate using E4PD, whereby D-ribose 5-phosphate and D-glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate can both be used as ketol acceptor substrates in the reaction
aldehyde oxidase
degradation
aldehyde oxidase plays a critical role in nitrite reduction, and this process is regulated by pH, oxygen tension, nitrite, and reducing substrate concentrations
aldehyde oxidase
degradation
the enzyme plays a dual role in the metabolism of physiologically important endogenous compounds and the biotransformation of xenobiotics. Simple qualitative method using density functional theory to predict the product of aldehyde oxidase metabolism by examining the energetics of likely tetrahedral intermediates resulting from nucleophilic attack on carbon
glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (ferredoxin)
degradation
Pyrobaculum aerophilum contains a modified Embden-Meyerhof pathway, in which GAPOR replaces the GAPDH/phosphoglycerate kinase couple of the conventional Embden–Meyerhof pathway
glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (ferredoxin)
degradation
the major physiological role of GAPOR in Methanococcus maripaludis most likely involves only nonoptimal growth conditions
acyl-CoA oxidase
degradation
ACO activity in Beauveria bassiana depends on the carbon source used for growth and the chain length of the substrate utilized for the oxidation reaction
glutamate dehydrogenase
degradation
at high salinity glutamate seems to be preferentially produced through the process catalyzed by NADH-GDH, whereas GS-catalysis might be the main glutamate synthesis pathway under low salinity
glutamate dehydrogenase
degradation
clarification of the in vivo direction of the reaction catalyzed by GDH isoenzyme 1, the enzyme catabolizes L-glutamate in roots, and does not assimilate NH4+ in source leaves
glyphosate oxidoreductase
degradation
in Ochrobactrum sp., glyphosate (3 mM) degradation is induced by phosphate starvation, and is completed within 60 h. The bacterium grows even in the presence of glyphosate concentrations as high as 200 mM
glyphosate oxidoreductase
degradation
inoculating glyphosate-treated soil samples with Pseudomonas sp. strains GA07, GA09 and GC04 results in a 2-3 times higher rate of glyphosate removal than that in non-inoculated soil. The degradation kinetics follows a first-order model. Glyphosate breakdown in strain GA09 is catalyzed both by C-P lyase and glyphosate oxidoreductase. Strains GA07 and GC04 degrade glyphosate only via glyphosate oxidoreductase, but no further metabolite is detected
glyphosate oxidoreductase
degradation
upon cultivation at initial pH 6.0, incubation temperature 35°C, glyphosate concentration 6 g/l, inoculation amount 5% and incubation time 5 days, strain CB4 utilizes 94.47% of glyphosate. The strain degrades glyphosate concentrations up to 12 g/l
NAD(P)H dehydrogenase (quinone)
degradation
TcpB is acting as a quinone reductase for 6-chlorohydroxyquinone reduction during 2,4,6-trichlorophenol degradation, a toxic pollutant
NADH:ubiquinone reductase (H+-translocating)
degradation
quantification of superoxide production from Escherichia coli complex I is very prone to artifacts
azobenzene reductase [NADH]
degradation
strain is able to decolorize azo dyes up to 1000 mg /l in 24 h under aerobic conditions. Cell extracts show NADH dependent oxygen-insensitive azoreductase activity
azobenzene reductase
degradation
the optimum medium contains dye at 200 mg per l, 1.14 mM NADH, glucose at 2.07 g per l, and peptone at 6.44 g per l for the decolorization of Orange II up to 87% in 48 hr
azobenzene reductase
degradation
expression of enzyme gene AzoA in Escherichia coli induces a higher rate of dye reduction with increases of 2fold for methyl red, 4fold for ponceau BS and 2.6fold for orange II compared to noninduced cells, respectively
azobenzene reductase
degradation
potential for the treatment of azo dye contaminated wastewater
nitrous-oxide reductase
degradation
plays a critical enviromental role in preventing release into the atmosphere of the potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide
dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase
degradation
N286 and D320 play a role in the catalytic function of the E3
dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase
degradation
shows strong diaphorase activity
dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase
degradation
shows flavin reductase activity with moderate diaphorase activity
dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase
degradation
shows NADH-dependent tellurite reductase activity in vitro
dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase
degradation
decreased activity of DLDH induced by valproic acid metabolites may, at least in part, account for the impaired rate of oxygen consumption and ATP synthesis in mitochondria if 2-oxoglutarate or glutamate are used as respiratory substrates, thus limiting the flux of these substrates through the citric acid cycle
dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase
degradation
DLD is required for hamster acrosome reaction
dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase
degradation
conservation of the Cys-45 residue in human E3 is essential to the efficient catalytic function of the enzyme
dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase
degradation
T148 is not important to E3 catalytic function, whereas R281 plays a role in the catalytic function of E3
dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase
degradation
S456 and E431 form a catalytic dyad in the DLD monomer, whereas H450, by forming a hydrogen bond with E431, may decrease the ability of E431 to polarize the hydroxyl group of S456
laccase
degradation
mineralization of organochlorine from toxic chlorophenols
laccase
degradation
use of enzyme in biodegradation of endocrine-disrupting chemicals such as bisphenol A and nonylphenol
laccase
degradation
use of enzyme to decolourize textile dye
laccase
degradation
enzyme shows dye-decolourizing activity against several anthraquinone dyes, azo dyes, polymeric dyes and others
manganese peroxidase
degradation
various aspects of the biotechnological uses of these fungi have been studied regarding the nonspecific ligninolytic system of white-red fungi such as the degradation of industrial textile dye effluents and various xenobiotics
manganese peroxidase
degradation
biomimmetic decrosslinking with enzyme or metal complex-catalyzed reactions will enable the development of new devulcanizing strategies for the safe disposal and recycling of waste vulcanized rubber products
manganese peroxidase
degradation
Mn peroxidases are of much interest biotechnologically because of their potentially applications in bioremdeial waste treatment and in catalyzing difficult chemical transfromations
manganese peroxidase
degradation
lingnin-degrading enzymes possess oxidative activity against phenolic compoundss, which can be used for bioremediation, biobleaching, and biofuel production
manganese peroxidase
degradation
enzyme is able to detoxify aflatoxin B1. Maximum elimination of 86.0% of aflatoxin B1 is observed after 48 h in a reaction mixture containing 5 nkat of enzyme, and the addition of Tween 80 enhances elimination. The treatment of aflatoxin B1 by 20 nkat MnP reduces the mutagenic activity by 69.2%. Analysis suggests that aflatoxin B1 is first oxidized to aflatoxin B1-8,9-epoxide and then hydrolyzed to aflatoxin B1-8,9-dihydrodiol
lignin peroxidase
degradation
degradation of different recalcitrant compounds, removal of toxic dyes
lignin peroxidase
degradation
the electroenzymatic method using in situ-generated hydrogen peroxide is effective for oxidation of veratryl alcohol by lignin peroxidase. The method may be easily applied to biodegradation systems
versatile peroxidase
degradation
versatile peroxidase presents particular interest due to its catalytic versatility including the degradation of compounds that other peroxidases are not able to oxidize directly, versatile peroxidase versatility permits its application in Mn3+-mediated or Mn-independent reactions on both low and high redox-potential aromatic substrates and dyes, versatile peroxidase can be used to reoxidize Mn-containing polyoxometalates, which are efficient oxidizers in paper pulp delignification
versatile peroxidase
degradation
in presence of H2O2 and Mn2+, a cell-free subpernatant is capable to decolorize commercial azo dyes acid black 1 and reactive black 5, reaching efficiencies between 15 and 95%. For all assays performed with 33 microM Mn2+, the initial rate of the decolorization process is dependent on the dosage of H2O2
dye decolorizing peroxidase
degradation
DyP is a promising enzyme for the decolorizing treatment of dye-contaminated water
catechol 1,2-dioxygenase
degradation
because of broad spectrum of dioxygenases’ types that Stenotrophomonas maltophilia KB2 can exhibit, this strain appears to be very powerful and useful tool in the biotreatment of wastewaters and in soil decontamination
catechol 2,3-dioxygenase
degradation
because of broad spectrum of dioxygenases’ types that Stenotrophomonas maltophilia KB2 can exhibit, this strain appears to be very powerful and useful tool in the biotreatment of wastewaters and in soil decontamination
protocatechuate 3,4-dioxygenase
degradation
because of broad spectrum of dioxygenases’ types that Stenotrophomonas maltophilia KB2 can exhibit, this strain appears to be very powerful and useful tool in the biotreatment of wastewaters and in soil decontamination
hydroxyquinol 1,2-dioxygenase
degradation
degradation of mixtures of phenolic compounds by Arthrobacter chlorophenolicus A6
sulfur oxygenase/reductase
degradation
initial enzyme in the sulfur-oxidation pathway
sulfur oxygenase/reductase
degradation
enzyme in the sulfur-oxidation pathway
toluene dioxygenase
degradation
stable isotopes could serve as a diagnostic for detecting aerobic biodegradation of TCE by toluene oxygenases at contaminated sites. There are no significant differences in fractionation among the enzymes toluene 3-monoxygenase, toluene 4-monooxygenase, and toluene 2,3-dioxygenase for compounds trichloroethene and cis-1,2-dichloroethene
carbazole 1,9a-dioxygenase
degradation
expression of genes CarAacd in dibenzothiophene degrader Rhodococcus erythropolis results in a strain capable of efficiently degrading dibenzothiophene and carbazole simultaneously. About 37% of the carbazole present, 0.8% by weight, is removed after treatment for 24 h.The recombinant strain can also degrade various alkylated derivatives of carbazole and dibenzothiophene in FS4800 crude oil by just a one-step bioprocess
4-hydroxybenzoate 3-monooxygenase
degradation
in soil conditions, Phomopsis liquidambari effectively decomposes 99% of the available 4-hydroxybenzoic acid within 48 h. 4-Hydroxybenzoic acid hydroxylase activity is present in a high level early at 20 h, followed by 3,4-dihydroxybenzoic acid decarboxylase which reaches its highest relative activity at 24 h, and finally catechol 1,2-dioxygenase exhibits peak activity at 32 h
phenol 2-monooxygenase (NADPH)
degradation
phenol degradation, among kinetic parameters of growth, the maximum specific growth rate significantly affects the rate of contaminant degradation and is therefore an important parameter to characterise microbes in biological reatment systems
methane monooxygenase (soluble)
degradation
sMMO can be used for biodegradation of mixtures of chlorinated solvents, i.e., trichloroethylene, trans-dichloroethylene, and vinyl chloride. If the concentrations are increased to 0.1 mM, sMMO-expressing cells grow slower and degrade less of these pollutants in a shorter amount of time than pMMO
pentachlorophenol monooxygenase
degradation
pentachlorophenol is a chloroaromatic pesticide used to protect lumber, and an environmental pollutant, Sphingobium chlorophenolicum is a microorganism that can degrade the agent to 3-oxoadipate using 5 catalytic enzymes, pentachlorophenol 4-monooxygenase catalyzes the first and rate-limiting step
propane 2-monooxygenase
degradation
Rhodococcus sp. strain RHA1 can constitutively degrade N-nitrosodimethylamine. Activity toward this water contaminant is enhanced by approximately 500fold after growth on propane. Growth on propane elicits the upregulation of gene clusters associated with the oxidation of propane and the oxidation of substituted benzenes
tetracycline 11a-monooxygenase
degradation
addition of Escherichia coli overexpressing TetX to soil bacterial enrichment cultures along with varying levels of tetracycline affects community-wide tetracycline resistance levels. Soil microbial communities develop lower levels of tetracycline resistance upon exposure to 25 microg/ml of tetracycline when an Escherichia coli expressing TetX is present (6% of cultivable bacteria are resistant to 40 microg/ml tetracycline). In the absence of TetX activity, a similar tetracycline exposure selects for greater levels of resistant bacteria in the soil microbial community (90% of cultivable bacteria are resistant to 40 microg/ml tetracycline)
methane monooxygenase (particulate)
degradation
pMMO can be used for biodegradation of mixtures of chlorinated solvents, i.e., trichloroethylene, trans-dichloroethylene, and vinyl chloride. If the concentrations are increased to 0.1 mM, pMMO-expressing cells grow faster and degrade more of these pollutants in a shorter amount of time than sMMO
lytic cellulose monooxygenase (C1-hydroxylating)
degradation
design of dockerin-fused lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases. The resulting chimeras exhibit activity levels on microcrystalline cellulose similar to that of the wild-type enzymes. The dockerin moieties of the chimeras are functional and specifically bind to their corresponding cohesin partner. The chimeric lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases are able to self-assemble in designer cellulosomes alongside an endo- and an exo-cellulase also converted to the cellulosomal mode. The resulting complexes show a 1.7fold increase in the release of soluble sugars from cellulose, compared with the free enzymes, and a 2.6fold enhancement compared with free cellulases without lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase enhancement; design of dockerin-fused lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases. The resulting chimeras exhibit activity levels on microcrystalline cellulose similar to that of the wild-type enzymes. The dockerin moieties of the chimeras are functional and specifically bind to their corresponding cohesin partner. The chimeric lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases are able to self-assemble in designer cellulosomes alongside an endo- and an exo-cellulase also converted to the cellulosomal mode. The resulting complexes show a 1.7fold increase in the release of soluble sugars from cellulose, compared with the free enzymes, and a 2.6fold enhancement compared with free cellulases without lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase enhancement
arsenate reductase (glutaredoxin)
degradation
PvGrx5 has a role in regulating intracellular arsenite levels, by either directly or indirectly modulating the aquaglyceroporin
chlorate reductase
degradation
(per)chlorate-reducing microorganisms are useful for bioremediation of soils and sediments
chlorate reductase
degradation
bacterial reduction of chlorate and perchlorate in water
chlorate reductase
degradation
since the saturated hydrocarbon fraction is the most abundant in crude oil, its biodegradation is quantitatively most important in oil bioremediation
histamine N-methyltransferase
degradation
higher HMT activity seems to be linked to reduced histamine catabolism, percentage of catabolized histamine is not correlated to individual mannitol fluxes and appears to be independent of paracellular permeability
sterol 24-C-methyltransferase
degradation
the amino acids of Region 1 provide a tight substrate orientation imposed by hydrophobic interactions between the sterol side chain and the SMT active site contacts and control the production and processing of the transmethylation pathways governed by the first and second C1-transfer activities
sterol 24-C-methyltransferase
degradation
active site of the yeast SMT has the necessary amino acids to generate products common to SMT catalysis of plants and protozoa, minor perturbations in the active site topography brought about by mutagenesis are sufficient to recognize new substrates
glycine hydroxymethyltransferase
degradation
essential for one-carbon metabolism
acyl-homoserine-lactone synthase
degradation
a significant positive correlation is observed between isoform LasI expression and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon degradation. Expression of isoform LasI increases with increase in biofilm growth, while the expression of isoform RhlI decreases during log phase of biofilm growth. Degradation of phenanthrene and pyrene by Pseudomonas aeruginosa N6P6 is affected by biofilm growth and LasI expression. The respective phenanthrene degradation for 15, 24, 48, and 72 h old biofilm after 7 days is 21.5, 54.2, 85.6, and 85.7%. The corresponding pyrene degradation is 15, 18.28, 47.56, and 46.48%, respectively, after 7 days
carbamate kinase
degradation
arginine is metabolized by the arginine deiminase pathway
carboxylesterase
degradation
use of enzyme in presence of oxime for detoxification of organophosphorous compounds
carboxylesterase
degradation
the enzyme can efficiently hydrolyze a wide range of synthetic pyrethroids including fenpropathrin, permethrin, cypermethrin, cyhalothrin, deltamethrin and bifenthrin, which makes it a potential candidate for the detoxification of pyrethroids for the purpose of biodegradation
tannase
degradation
TanSg1 is a tannase with potential industrial interest regarding the biodegradation of tannin waste or its bioconversion into biologically active products
feruloyl esterase
degradation
the esterase capable to release phenolic acids from intact polymers, degradation may be of interest for industries wishing to effect the controlled degradation of plant cell walls
feruloyl esterase
degradation
selective modification of xylans, degradation may be commercially important
feruloyl esterase
degradation
capable of decolourising effluent from the paper industry, potential application in obtaining ferulic acid from agriculture waste materials produced by milling, brewing and sugar industries
feruloyl esterase
degradation
feruloyl esterase B is a tool for the release of phenolic compounds from agro-industrial by-products (coffe pulp, apple marc, wheat straw, sugar beet pulp and maite bran); feruloyl esterases A is a tool for the release of phenolic compounds from agro-industrial by-products (wheat straw, sugar beet pulp and maize bran)
feruloyl esterase
degradation
the hydrolysis of corn stalk and corncob by xylanase from Aspergillus niger can be significantly improved in concert with recombinant FaeA
feruloyl esterase
degradation
ferulic acid esterase activity in the enzymatic extracts of Aspergillus terreus grown on corn cob are higher than those after growth on vine trimming shoots. The enzymatic extracts produced on vine trimming shoots demonstrate a better performance for ferulic acid release from both corn cob (2.05 mg/g) and vine trimming shoots (0.19 mg/g), probably because of the higher xylanase/Fferulic acid esterase ratio determined in vine trimming extraxct
feruloyl esterase
degradation
maximum (76.8%) of total alkali-extractable ferulic acid is released from destarched wheat bran by the fungal enzyme system consisting of carboxymethyl cellulase, xylanase, beta-glucosidase, filter paper cellulase and ferulic acid esterase of Eupenicillium parvum 4-14
feruloyl esterase
degradation
the endo-1,4-xylanase XynC11 from Penicillium funiculosum (CAC15487)and the feruloyl esterase CE1 from Clostridium thermocellum effectively break down hemicellulose from pretreated sugarcane bagasse (up to 65%), along with the production of xylooligosaccharides GH11 and CE1 can improve biomasssaccharification by cellulases. Treatment with these two enzymes followed by a commercial cellulase cocktail increases saccharification of pretreated lignocellulose by 24%
feruloyl esterase
degradation
capable of decolourising effluent from the paper industry, potential application in obtaining ferulic acid from agriculture waste materials produced by milling, brewing and sugar industries; capable of decolourising effluent from the paper industry, potential application in obtaining ferulic acid from agriculture waste materials produced by milling, brewing and sugar industries
cutinase
degradation
efficient degradation of n-butyl benzyl phthalate by enzyme, degradation of 60% of initial amount within 7.5 h. Major product is 1,3-isobenzofurandione
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