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Expression of chitinase in Adenanthera pavonina seedlingsSANTOS, Izabela S; OLIVEIRA, Antonia E. A; DA CUNHA, Maura et al.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 2007, Vol 131, Num 1, pp 80-88, issn 0031-9317, 9 p.Article

Colloidal chitin stained with Remazol Brilliant Blue R®, a useful substrate to select chitinolytic microorganisms and to evaluate chitinasesGOMEZ RAMIREZ, M; ROJAS AVELIZAPA, L. I; ROJAS AVELIZAPA, N. G et al.Journal of microbiological methods. 2004, Vol 56, Num 2, pp 213-219, issn 0167-7012, 7 p.Article

A novel family of lectins evolutionarily related to class V chitinases : An example of neofunctionalization in legumesVAN DAMME, Els J. M; CULERRIER, Raphaël; BARRE, Annick et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2007, Vol 144, Num 2, pp 662-672, issn 0032-0889, 11 p.Article

Glucan, water dikinase activity stimulates breakdown of starch granules by plastidial β-amylasesEDNER, Christoph; JING LI; RITTE, Gerhard et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2007, Vol 145, Num 1, pp 17-28, issn 0032-0889, 12 p.Article

PDI improves secretion of redox-inactive β-glucosidasePOWERS, Sara Lawrence; SKAJA ROBINSON, Anne.Biotechnology progress. 2007, Vol 23, Num 2, pp 364-369, issn 8756-7938, 6 p.Article

In vivo imaging of β-galactosidase activity using far red fluorescent switchTUNG, Ching-Hsuan; QING ZENG; SHAH, Khalid et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2004, Vol 64, Num 5, pp 1579-1583, issn 0008-5472, 5 p.Article

Water rotational relaxation and diffusion in hydrated lysozymeMARCHI, Massimo; STERPONE, Fabio; CECCARELLI, Matteo et al.Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2002, Vol 124, Num 23, pp 6787-6791, issn 0002-7863Article

Cellulose hydrolysis using zinc chloride as a solvent and catalystNING-JUN CAO; QIN XU; CHEE-SHAN CHEN et al.Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. 1994, Vol 45-46, pp 521-530, issn 0273-2289Conference Paper

Role of disulfide bridges in the activity and stability of a cold-active α-amylaseSIDDIQUI, Khawar Sohail; POLJAK, Anne; GUILHAUS, Michael et al.Journal of bacteriology. 2005, Vol 187, Num 17, pp 6206-6212, issn 0021-9193, 7 p.Article

Dyella koreensis sp. nov., a β-glucosidase-producing bacteriumAN, Dong-Shan; IM, Wan-Taek; YANG, Hee-Chan et al.International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology (Print). 2005, Vol 55, pp 1625-1628, issn 1466-5026, 4 p., 4Article

Tuning short-range attractions in protein solutions : from attractive glasses to equilibrium clustersSTRADNER, Anna; THURSTON, George M; SCHURTENBERGER, Peter et al.Journal of physics. Condensed matter (Print). 2005, Vol 17, Num 31, pp S2805-S2816, issn 0953-8984Conference Paper

Combined effect of hydrodynamic and interfacial flow parameters on lysozyme deactivation in a stirred tank bioreactorGHADGE, Rajaram S; PATWARDHAN, Ashwin W; JOSHI, Jyeshtharaj B et al.Biotechnology progress. 2006, Vol 22, Num 3, pp 660-672, issn 8756-7938, 13 p.Article

Major antifungal activity from the bulbs of indian squill Urginea indica is a chitinaseSHENOY, Sandhya R; SHIVA KAMESHWARI, M. N; SWAMINATHAN, S et al.Biotechnology progress. 2006, Vol 22, Num 3, pp 631-637, issn 8756-7938, 7 p.Article

Structural and enzymatic characterization of the isoamylasel homo-oligomer and the isoamylasel-isoamylase2 hetero-oligomer from rice endospermUTSUMI, Yoshinori; NAKAMURA, Yasunori.Planta. 2006, Vol 225, Num 1, pp 75-87, issn 0032-0935, 13 p.Article

Chitinase B of Microbulbifer degradans 2-40 contains two catalytic domains with different chitinolytic activitiesHOWARD, Michael B; EKBORG, Nathan A; TAYLOR, Larry E et al.Journal of bacteriology. 2004, Vol 186, Num 5, pp 1297-1303, issn 0021-9193, 7 p.Article

Shear-induced inactivation of α-amylase in a plain shear fieldVAN DER VEEN, Mark E; VAN IERSEL, Daan G; VAN DER GOOT, Atze J et al.Biotechnology progress. 2004, Vol 20, Num 4, pp 1140-1145, issn 8756-7938, 6 p.Article

Protein structure determination using long-distance constraints from double-quantum coherence ESR: Study of T4 lysozymeBORBAT, Petr P; MCHAOURAB, Hassane S; FREED, Jack H et al.Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2002, Vol 124, Num 19, pp 5304-5314, issn 0002-7863Article

Regulation of arbuscular mycorrhization by carbon. The symbiotic interaction cannot be improved by increased carbon availability accomplished by root-specifically enhanced invertase activitySCHAARSCHMIDT, Sara; GONZALEZ, Mari-Cruz; ROITSCH, Thomas et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2007, Vol 143, Num 4, pp 1827-1840, issn 0032-0889, 14 p.Article

Stabilization of cellulases using spray dryingSELIVANOV, A. S.Engineering in life sciences (Print). 2005, Vol 5, Num 1, pp 78-80, issn 1618-0240, 3 p.Article

Study of extracellular plant lactaseNEUBERT, K; STANO, J; MICIETA, K et al.Engineering in life sciences (Print). 2004, Vol 4, Num 3, pp 281-283, issn 1618-0240, 3 p.Article

α-GlucosidasesKRASIKOV, V. V; KARELOV, D. V; FIRSOV, L. M et al.Protein structures (Kaleidoscope of stuctural properties and functions 2003). 2003, pp 557-578, isbn 81-7736-177-5, 22 p.Book Chapter

Combinatorial compatibility as habit-controlling factor in lysozyme crystallization II. Morphological evidence for tetrameric growth unitsSTROM, C. S; BENNEMA, P.Journal of crystal growth. 1997, Vol 173, Num 1-2, pp 159-166, issn 0022-0248Article

Directed evolution for increased chitinase activityYANHUA FAN; WEIGUO FANG; YUEHUA XIAO et al.Applied microbiology and biotechnology. 2007, Vol 76, Num 1, pp 135-139, issn 0175-7598, 5 p.Article

Transgenic tobacco plants overexpressing chitinases of fungal origin show enhanced resistance to biotic and abiotic stress agentsDANA, Maria De Las Mercedes; PINTOR-TORO, José A; CUBERO, Beatriz et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2006, Vol 142, Num 2, pp 722-730, issn 0032-0889, 9 p.Article

Rhodanobacter fulvus sp. nov., a β-galactosidase-producing gammaproteobacteriumIM, Wan-Taek; SUNG TAIK LEE; YOKOTA, Akira et al.Journal of General and Applied Microbiology. 2004, Vol 50, Num 3, pp 143-147, issn 0022-1260, 5 p.Article

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