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The localization and activity of Cellulomonas xylanase on sugarcane bagasse pith

The localization and activity of Cellulomonas xylanase on sugarcane bagasse pith

Canadian Journal of Microbiology 31(8): 754-756

Xylanase activity was found both free and bound to the cells and (or) the substrate during the first growth phase of C. on bagasse pith. At the same time, rapid degradation of the bagasse hemicellulose was observed. The enzymes became bound mainly during the second growth phase, during which hemicellulose degradation was still detected, although at a lower rate. Intracellular xylanase activity was about one-tenth of the activity detected outside the cell during this phase.

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DOI: 10.1139/m85-141

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