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A study of the purification and the properties of chitinase from bean seeds (Phaseolus vulgaris)






Journal of Hunan Agricultural University 24(3): 194-198

A study of the purification and the properties of chitinase from bean seeds (Phaseolus vulgaris)

Chitinase was purified 48-fold from P. vulgaris seeds. The enzyme had a MW of 3.46 x 104, an optimum temperature of 45 degrees C and an optimum pH of 6.0.


Accession: 003027537



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