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Natural Substrates
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acetyl-beta1,4-D-mannuronic acid
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sodium alginate
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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
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A1-1V' has no significant role in alginate metabolism
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activity of AlgL is required for alginate production
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AkAly28 hardly degrades oligosaccharides smaller than tetrasaccharide, while AkAly33 degrades oligosaccharides larger than disaccharide producing disaccharide and 2-keto-3-deoxy-gluconaldehyde, substrate specificities, production of oligosaccharides, analysis by anion-exchange chromatography, overview
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alginate is a linear hetero-polyuronic acid composed of 1,4 linked alpha-L-guluronic acid (G) and beta-D-mannuronic acid. Alginate lyase aly-SJ02 is bifunctional. Aly-SJ02 shows activities toward both polyG (alpha-L-guluronic acid), activity of EC 4.2.2.11, and polyM (beta-D-mannuronic acid). Aly-SJ02 mainly releases dimers and trimers from polyM and alginate, and trimers and tetramers from polyG
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alginate lyase A degrades M and G blocks, and the enzyme activity acting on M block is much more than that of G block, while for alginate lyase B, the enzyme activities on M block are slightly higher than that of G block
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