katalse s (high conc. thermostable catalase) in Brazil
katalse s (high conc. thermostable catalase) in Brazil
katalse s (high conc. thermostable catalase) in Brazil
katalse s (high conc. thermostable catalase) in Brazil
katalse s (high conc. thermostable catalase) in Brazil
comparison of fungal thermophilic and mesophilic catalase¨cperoxidases for their antioxidative properties - mdpi

Comparison of Fungal Thermophilic and Mesophilic Catalase¨CPeroxidases for Their Antioxidative Properties - MDPI

Catalase¨Cperoxidases (KatGs) are unique bifunctional oxidoreductases that contain heme in their active centers allowing both the peroxidatic and catalatic reaction modes. These originally bacterial enzymes are broadly distributed among various fungi allowing them to cope with reactive oxygen species present in the environment or inside the cells. We used various biophysical, biochemical, and

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a thermostable bacterial catalase-peroxidase oxidizes phenolic compounds derived from lignins | applied microbiology and biotechnology - springer

A thermostable bacterial catalase-peroxidase oxidizes phenolic compounds derived from lignins | Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology - Springer

5 Citations Explore all metrics Abstract Lignocellulosic biomass is rich in lignins, which represent a bottomless natural source of aromatic compounds. Due to the high chemical complexity of these aromatic polymers, their biological fractionation remains challenging for biorefinery.

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role of catalase in oxidative stress- and age-associated degenerative diseases - pmc - national center for biotechnology information

Role of Catalase in Oxidative Stress- and Age-Associated Degenerative Diseases - PMC - National Center for Biotechnology Information

In Swedish populations, the concentration of erythrocytic catalase in individuals carrying the TT genotype was high compared to those of the CC genotype []. In Russian populations¡ªon the other hand¡ªthe individuals carrying the CC genotype have a higher risk of developing type 1 diabetes than those carrying the TT genotype [ 36 ].

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catalysts | free full-text | a new homo-hexamer mn-containing catalase from geobacillus sp. wch70 - mdpi

Catalysts | Free Full-Text | A New Homo-Hexamer Mn-Containing Catalase from Geobacillus sp. WCH70 - MDPI

Catalase is an effective biocatalyst to degrade hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen that can serve in textile effluent treatment to remove residual H2O2. Thermostable catalases are needed to withstand both the high temperature and pH of textile wastewater. We have cloned the Mn-containing catalase gene ACS24898.1 from Geobacillus sp. WCH70, which originated from thermophilic organisms, and

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structure, kinetics, molecular and redox properties of a cytosolic and developmentally regulated fungal catalase-peroxidase - sciencedirect

Structure, kinetics, molecular and redox properties of a cytosolic and developmentally regulated fungal catalase-peroxidase - ScienceDirect

Introduction Using N. crassa asexual spore formation (conidiation) as a model system for the study cell differentiation, we have found that each morphogenetic transition is triggered by oxidative stress [ [1], [2], [3]]. With each transition there is a specific antioxidant response in which catalases are instrumental [ [4], [5], [6]].

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thermostable enzyme research advances: a bibliometric analysis | journal of genetic engineering and biotechnology | full text - springeropen

Thermostable enzyme research advances: a bibliometric analysis | Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology | Full Text - SpringerOpen

Thermostable enzymes are enzymes that can withstand elevated temperatures as high as 50 ¡ãC without altering their structure or distinctive features. The potential of thermostable enzymes to increase the conversion rate at high temperature has been identified as a key factor in enhancing the efficiency of industrial operations. Performing procedures at higher temperatures with thermostable

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a highly stable manganese catalase from geobacillus thermopakistaniensis: molecular cloning and characterization - extremophiles

A highly stable manganese catalase from Geobacillus thermopakistaniensis: molecular cloning and characterization - Extremophiles

Catalases, heme or manganese, are efficient biocatalysts that split hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen. We have cloned a manganese catalase from thermophilic bacterium, Geobacillus thermopakistaniensis, and expressed the corresponding gene in Escherichia coli. The gene product, CatGt, was synthesized in E. coli as inactive inclusion bodies. Solubilization and refolding of the inclusion

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catalases as biocatalysts in technical applications: current state and perspectives | applied microbiology and biotechnology - springer

Catalases as biocatalysts in technical applications: current state and perspectives | Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology - Springer

Catalases represent a class of enzymes which has found its place among industrially relevant biocatalysts due to their exceptional catalytic rate and high stability. Textile bleaching prior to the dyeing process is the main application and has been performed on a large scale for the past few decades. Their limited substrate scope has not prevented the development of various other catalase

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peculiar genes for thermostable bifunctional catalase-peroxidases in chaetomium thermophilum and their molecular evolution

Peculiar genes for thermostable bifunctional catalase-peroxidases in Chaetomium thermophilum and their molecular evolution

Catalase-peroxidases represent one important subfamily of ancestral antioxidant enzymes originally evolved in bacteria for the protection against various forms of oxidative stress. KatG genes coding for these bifunctional catalase-peroxidases were during their peculiar evolution transferred from Bac ¡­

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a simple assay for measuring catalase activity: a visual approach

A Simple Assay for Measuring Catalase Activity: A Visual Approach

Catalase is a ubiquitous antioxidant enzyme that degrades hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen 1. Several pathogens produce catalase in order to defend themselves against attacks by hydrogen...

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