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Characterization of an extracellular dextranase from Fusarium moniliforme

Applied Microbiology

Nov 1, 1975

Lloyd G SimonsonA Richardson

PMID: 953

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An extracellular dextranase (EC 3.2.1.11) was purified approximately 75-fold from cell-free culture filtrates of Fusarium moniliforme. The purified dextranase was of the endo type, and isomaltose was identified as the primary end product of dextran hydrolysis. The molecular weight of th...read more

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Saviosol
Fusarium moniliforme antigen
Hydrolase
MANEA gene
Hydrolysis
Glucans
Cell-Free System
Extracellular
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Endocrine System Diseases
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    Applied Microbiology

    Nov 1, 1975

    Lloyd G SimonsonA Richardson

    PMID: 953

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    An extracellular dextranase (EC 3.2.1.11) was purified approximately 75-fold from cell-free culture filtrates of Fusarium moniliforme. The purified dextranase was of the endo type, and isomaltose was identified as the primary end product of dextran hydrolysis. The molecular weight of th...read more

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    Saviosol
    Fusarium moniliforme antigen
    Hydrolase
    MANEA gene
    Hydrolysis

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