A Carbohydrate Hydrolysis Enzymes encoding Genes in Neurospora crassa
Keywords:Enzyme, Cellulase, Cellulose, Neurospora crassa, Carbohydrates
AbstractNeurospora crassa, NCU05882.7 (423aa) and NCU09774.7 (303 aa) (NCU, Neurospora 7 crassa unit) genes encoding a Cellulase, which hydrolysis the Cellulose. In addition to that, 8 reporting here other 35 Carbohydrate hydrolysis enzymes encoding genes in N.crassa. A 9 metagenomic analysis for multiple sequences alignment and Phylogenetics analysis, the evaluated 10 result showed high sequence similarity and 99% homology to the other class of fungi; in the 11 bacterial species showed extremely very less sequence similarities and 100 % homology. 12 Where as in inter species between fungi and bacteria, the results showed extremely less sequence 13 similarities and 97 % homology. The studies on physiochemical properties of Cellulase using 14 GeneDoc, the evaluated results showed Cellulase was an amphoteric (polor), aromatic, aliphatic 15 and highly repeated amino acids of glycine and proline. These metagenomic studies could help 16 to straightforward isolation of Cellulase enzymes from NCU05882.7 (Chromosome/Linkage 17 Group-VII), NCU09774.7 (Chromosome Linkage Group- II) and other 35 Carbohydrate 18 hydrolysis enzymes encoding genes in N.crassa.
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Gedela, R. (2016). A Carbohydrate Hydrolysis Enzymes encoding Genes in Neurospora crassa. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY, 5(3), 711–727. https://doi.org/10.24297/jbt.v5i3.1539
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