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Rhamnogalacturonase B from Aspergillus aculeatus 1s a Rhamnogalacturonan a-i-Rhamnopyranosyl-( I -+4)-a-~- Galactopyranosyluronide Lyase

Rhamnogalacturonase B from Aspergillus aculeatus 1s a Rhamnogalacturonan a-i-Rhamnopyranosyl-( I -+4)-a-~- Galactopyranosyluronide Lyase,Margien Mutte

Rhamnogalacturonase B from Aspergillus aculeatus 1s a Rhamnogalacturonan a-i-Rhamnopyranosyl-( I -+4)-a-~- Galactopyranosyluronide Lyase   (Citations: 14)
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lhe recently described rhamnogalacturonase B, which is able to degrade ramified hairy regions of pectin, was found to be a rham- nogalacturonan a-i-rhamnopyranosyl-( 1 +4)-a-~-galactopyrano- syluronide lyase. The cleavage site and mechanism differ from that of the previously described rhamnogalacturonase A, which is a hydrolase and can now be termed rhamnogalacturonan a-D-galac- topyranosyluronide-( 1 +2)-a-i-rhamnopyranosyl hydrolase.
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    • ...however, except for A. aculeatus strain KSM 510 (33–37), possibly due to the complex structure of the heteropolysaccharide, although a few RG lyases from fungi and bacteria have been identified (14, 29, 36, 43)...
    • ...YesW and YesX show no homology with RG lyase RhgB from A. aculeatus strain KSM 510 (36), classified into PL family 4...

    Akihito Ochiaiet al. Plant Cell Wall Degradation by Saprophytic Bacillus subtilis Strains: ...

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