Xylanase is a hemicellulolytic enzyme. It is synthesized by microorganisms like bacteria, yeast and fungi.
Xylanase from Trichoderma viride was shown to have molecular weight of 22 kDa with a Pi of 9.3.
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Xylanase from Trichoderma viride has been used as a component of an enzyme mixture for the hydrolysis of hemicellulose-rich solution (autohydrolysate). It has also been used as a cell-wall degrading enzyme to determine the efficiency of p-coumaryl esterase to release p-coumaroyl and feruloyl group.
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Xylanase (endo-1,4-β-Xylanase) is involved in the hydrolysis of xylan. It has a wide range of applications in industrial processes such as, bioleeching of craft pulp in paper industry and production of hydrolysates from agro-industrial wastes. Xylanase is also used in nutritional enhancement of lignocellulosic feed and in clarification of juice and wines.
One unit will liberate 1 μmole of 4-nitrophenol from 4-nitrophenol-xylan per min at pH 4.5 at 30 °C.
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