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8 Possible Causes for Cellulosome

  • Clostridium

    Intelligent application of cellulosome hybrids and chimeric constructs of cellulosomal domains should enable better use of cellulosic biomass and may offer a wide range of[] Abstract The cellulases of many cellulolytic bacteria are organized into discrete multienzyme complexes, called cellulosomes.[] The multiple subunits of cellulosomes are composed of numerous functional domains, which interact with each other and with the cellulosic substrate.[]

  • Streptococcus Sanguis

    […] approaches in the field, including: Conceptual advances in research on the adhesion of bacteria to oral surfaces Enhancing colonization in a fluctuating environment The cellulosome[] Xia Zou, Zhenxing Ren, Na Wang, Yin Cheng, Yuanyuan Jiang, Yan Wang and Chenggang Xu , Function analysis of 5′-UTR of the cellulosomal xyl-doc cluster in Clostridium papyrosolvens[]

  • Bacteroides

    These Gram-positive bacteria possess a cell surface-bound multienzyme complex known as the cellulosome.[] The outer membrane SusC/D complex and periplasmic glycosylhydrolases could be viewed as a functional equivalent of the cellulosome, evolved by Gram-negative Bacteroides to[] The best-studied cellulosome (from Clostridium cellulovorans ) contains a scaffold protein for binding cellulose, and multiple endoand exo-glucanases that degrade this polysaccharide[]

  • Clostridium Perfringens

    Doc modules are best known for their role in the cellulosome, a multienzyme complex produced by anaerobic bacteria to efficiently and synergistically degrade cellulose-based[] […] been extensively characterized in cellulolytic bacteria, where they mediate the enzyme assembly and cell-surface attachment of the cellulose-degrading complex termed the cellulosome[] These calcium-binding modules interact with their cognate cohesin modules, allowing the integration of their covalently attached catalytic domains onto the cellulosome scaffold[]

  • Glucomannan

    Recent proteomic studies revealed that Cthe_0821 is one of the major cellulosomal enzymes when C. thermocellum is cultured on cellulose.[]

  • Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

    Xu et al. ( 2016 ) studied the “cell-free” cellulosomal system and characterized two types of cellulosomal systems by using mutants with scaffolding gene deletions.[] Clostridium thermocellum has an excellent cellulose degradation ability in cellulosomal and free-enzyme systems.[] GH9 enzymes were purified from E. coli and characterized from one of the enzymes, Cel9 V, belonging to this family, which showed similarity with cellulosomal cellulase, i.e[]

  • Klebsiella

    Doi RH, Kosugi A (2004) Cellulosomes: plant-cell-wall-degrading enzyme complexes. Nat Rev Microbiol 2: 541–551. View Article Google Scholar 32.[]

  • Clostridium Difficile

    Nicolas Vita, Julie Ravachol, Nathalie Franche, Romain Borne, Chantal Tardif, Sandrine Pagès and Henri‐Pierre Fierobe , Restoration of cellulase activity in the inactive cellulosomal[]

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