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degradation
lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase is able to cleave cellulose acetates with a degree of acetylation of up to 1.4
degradation
oxidative activity of Cel61A displays a synergistic effect capable of boosting endoglucanase activity, and thereby substrate depolymerization of soy cellulose, by 27%
degradation
the intrinsic physicochemical characteristics of Kraft pulp fibers (e.g. cellulose accessibility/degree of polymerization/crystallinity/charge) are positively enhanced by the synergistic cooperation of endoglucanase, LPMO and xylanase. LPMO addition results in the oxidative cleavage of the pulps, increasing the negative charge on the cellulose fibers, although gross fiber properties (fiber length, width and morphology) are relatively unchanged. This improves cellulose nanofibrilliation while stabilizing the nanofibril suspension, without sacrificing nanocellulose thermostability
degradation
treatment with CelS2 reduces nonproductive binding of cellobiohydrolase onto cellulose surface
synthesis
construction of a cassette vector containing the XylS/Pm system that can easily be used for exchanging LPMO coding genes with or without signal sequences. The cassette reliably produces mature (translocated) LPMOs under controlled conditions. The signal sequence of LPMO10A from Serratia marcescens gives highest levels of recombinant protein production and translocation
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