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Natural Substrates
Commentary (Nat. Sub.)
alginate
the enzyme is involved in alginate production
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the enzyme is an endolytic polymannuronate lyase
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the enzyme Alg17c is an exolytic alginate lyase, structure-function characterization of active site residues that are suggested to be involved in the exolytic mechanism of alginate depolymerization, overview
alginate
the biological function of AlgL to degrade alginates that fail to become exported out of the cell and thereby become stranded in the periplasmic space. At high levels of alginate synthesis in the absence of AlgL, such stranded polymers may accumulate in the periplasm to such an extent that the integrity of the cell is lost, leading to toxic effects
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
the bacterial alginate is degraded towards the end of cell culture by the wild-type strain ATCC 9046 in industrial alginate production
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the alginate-degrading protein AlgL transports the growing alginate polymer chain through the periplasm
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)
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preferably degrades poly(M)-rich substrate producing unsaturated tri- and disaccharides and rapidly decreases the viscosity of sodium alginate solution in the initial phase of degradation
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preferably degrades poly(M)-rich substrate and rapidly decreases the viscosity of sodium alginate solution in the initial phase of degradation. Aly33 degrades poly(M)-rich substrate into various sizes of oligosaccharides in the reaction time up to 1 h and further degrades the thus formed oligosaccharides to disaccharide and monosaccharide such as alpha-keto acid in the reaction time 2-6 h
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