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The elective culture of thermophilic bacteria degrading cellulose

, : The elective culture of thermophilic bacteria degrading cellulose. Prikladnaya Biokhimiya i Mikrobiologiya 23(3): 360-365

The composition of the elective culture of cellulolytic thermophilic bacteria was investigated. The cellulose decomposition occurs under the action of the cellulolytic enzyme complex of the anaerobic bacteria Clostridium thermocellum. The activities of the enzymes of the elective culture cellulolytic complex, in particular endoglucanase and cellobiase, were determined, and the filter paper activity was estimated. Optimal conditions of endoglucanase and cellobiase action were found. It is shown that endoglucanase is a high thermostable enzyme.

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