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inquiry about the Azurine cross-linked (AZCL) substrates

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Old 03-12-2009, 03:16 AM
mohamed eda
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Default inquiry about the Azurine cross-linked (AZCL) substrates




Dear all
I hep you are fine and doing well
I want to measure the enzyme activity (cellulose and himicellulose degrading enzyme)* for fungi , I found one paper (Screening for cellulose and hemicellulose degrading enzymes
from the fungal genus Ulocladium) but it is not clear in the methodology how to prepare the the Azurine cross-linked (AZCL) substrates e.g(amylose, arabinan, arabinoxylan,
b-glucan, casein, cellulose, collagen, curdlan, dextran, galactan, galactomannan, pullulan, xylan and xyloglucan)
so, I need help in the preparation of these substrates.
thank in advance
Mohamed
Mohamed Eida
Agricultural Microbiology Dept.
National Research Center, Egypt
Hiroshima University
Graduate School of Biosphere Science
Assessment of Environmental Dynamics Dept.
Plant Environmental Science Lab.

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