xylan


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xylan

[′zī‚lan]
(biochemistry)
A polysaccharide composed of the pentose sugarD-xylose.
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Colonies were selected with clear zones of dissolved xylan in toxic 2-DG presence as catabolite repressor on agar screening plates containing Rose Bengal.
Large amount of hemicellulosic residues rich in xylan are produced by a number of food and agriculture industries which can be converted into value added products like xylose & xylitol by xylanases.
The Xylan coating actually enables a tool to do its job more easily by reducing friction--so that a pair of garden shears, for example, cuts clean through a stem with less effort as it does not 'snag' on the object being cut.
Each pan has a xylan non-stick coated interior and is suitable for either gas or electric heat sources.
The carbohydrates used as carbon sources and enzyme inducers included: sodium polypectate, apple pectin, xylan (Sigma Chemical Company), and sodium carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC, Aqualon Company, type 7HF).
Representative USVP public companies are: Sun Microsystems, SanDisk, AMCC, Verity, Check Point Software Technologies, MMC Networks, 3Dfx, Leadis, Nuance Communications, Centillium, Crescendo Communications (Cisco), Elantec (Intersil), StrataCom (Cisco), Xylan, Blue Coat Systems and Concur.
The apparent Km and Vmax values of the crude xylanase using birchwood xylan as a substrate were 1.
Coating the seals with Xylan 1239/G0713 gives a consistent, low-friction surface finish, eliminating the need for talc, and actually enhancing the rubber's natural appearance.
That changed when two immigrants, a marketing whiz and a tech-head, took their Calabasas-based company, Xylan, public.
Cellobiohydrolase, endoglucanase and xylanase activities were detected in fluids collected from cultures containing sodium carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) or xylan as carbon sources and enzyme inducers.