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EC Number
Natural Substrates
Commentary (Nat. Sub.)
acetyl-beta1,4-D-mannuronic acid
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alginate
incorporated into cells, substrate of alginate lyase isozymes A1-I, A1-II, and A1-III
alginate
the bacterial alginate is degraded towards the end of cell culture by the wild-type strain ATCC 9046 in industrial alginate production
alginate
Atu3025 is an exotype alginate lyase potentially involved in the assimilation of low-molecular-weight alginate in strain C58
alginate
the alginate oligomers prepared by the lyase show growth-promoting activity on the roots of banana plantlets (Streptomyces sp. A5 is isolated from banana rhizosphere)
alginate
the bifunctional alginate lyase shows substrate specificity for poly(alpha-L-guluronate) and poly(beta-D-mannuronate) units in alginate molecules, cf. EC 4.2.2.11
alginate
a heteropolymer consisiting of beta1,4-D-mannuronic acid and alpha1,4-L-guluronic acid
alginate
a heteropolymer consisting of beta1,4-D-mannuronic acid and alpha1,4-L-guluronic acid
alginate
AlgL plays a main role in alginate depolymerization
alginate
increased expression of alginate lyase in mucoid strain 8830 leads to alginate degradation and increased cell detachment. When expressed from a regulated promoter, the alginate lyase can induce enhanced sloughing of cells because of degradation of the alginate. Possible role for lyase in the development of bacterial growth films
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