Functional characterization of thenative swollenin from Trichoderma reesei:study of its possible role as C1 factor ofenzymatic lignocellulose conversion

Manuel Eibinger, Karin Sigl, Jürgen Sattelkow, Thomas Ganner, Jonas Ramoni, Bernhard Seiboth, Harald Plank, Bernd Nidetzky

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Abstract

Through binding to cellulose, expansin-like proteins are thought to loosen the structural order of crystallinesurface material, thus making it more accessible for degradation by hydrolytic enzymes. Swollenin SWO1 is themajor expansin-like protein from the fungus Trichoderma reesei. Here, we have performed a detailed characterizationof a recombinant native form of SWO1 with respect to its possible auxiliary role in the enzymatic saccharification oflignocellulosic substrates.Results: The swo1 gene was
LanguageEnglish
Pages9:178
JournalBiotechnology for Biofuels
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Functional characterization of thenative swollenin from Trichoderma reesei:study of its possible role as C1 factor ofenzymatic lignocellulose conversion. / Eibinger, Manuel; Sigl, Karin; Sattelkow, Jürgen; Ganner, Thomas; Ramoni, Jonas; Seiboth, Bernhard; Plank, Harald; Nidetzky, Bernd.

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