amylolytic enzyme


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amylolytic enzyme

[‚am·ə′läd·ik ′en‚zīm]
(biochemistry)
A type of enzyme capable of denaturing starch molecules; used in textile manufacture to remove starch added to slash sizing agents.
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Soluble starch was reported to be the best carbon source for thermostable amylolytic enzymes production (Swamy and Seenayya, 1996a, b; Reddy et al., 1998, 1999).
At a controlled pH value of 6.9, production of amylolytic enzymes (Figure 6) and biomass were high.
Subroto, Chromatography as the Major Tool in the Identification and the Structure-Function Relationship Study of Amylolytic Enzymes from Saccharomycopsis Fibuligera R64, InTech, 2012.
Castro GR, Mendez BS, Sineriz F (1993a) Amylolytic enzymes produced by Bacillus amyloliquefaciens.
Miranda LA (2005b) Effects of storage time and processing temperature of grains with added amylolytic enzymes on is situ ruminal starch digestion.
Several temperatures were evaluated for SSF aiming at the production of amylolytic enzymes. Higher production of amylase, 52.54 U [g.sup.-1] of dry substrate, was obtained in cultures maintained at 25[degrees]C, and at temperatures above 30[degrees]C, reduction in enzymatic production was observed (Figure 1(b)), a profile typically observed in mesophilic microorganisms [10].
The results obtained in the present study confirm the potential for the production of amylolytic enzymes by G.
The susceptibility of the starch by the amylolytic enzymes, depends beyond the starch source and the enzyme, also depends of the processing conditions.
Optimum production and characteristization of thermostable amylolytic enzymes from Bacillus stearothermophilus GRE1.
This thermo stability is an important factor for the use of amylolytic enzymes in starch-processing industries.
Pcal_1616 had four conserved motifs that were typically reported in almost all amylolytic enzymes of GH57 family (Zona et al.
The Starch degrading amylolytic enzymes have a great commercial value in biotechnological applications ranging from food, fermentation, textile to paper industries (Lin and Hsu, 1977; Pandey et al., 2000).