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1. Caracterização bioquímica, biofísica e estrutural da Celobiohidrolase I de Trichoderma harzianum / Biochemical, biophysical and structural characterization of Cellobiohydrolase I from Trichoderma harzianum
Devido à sua importante atividade celulolítica, o fungo Trichoderma harzianum possui um grande potencial de aplicação na hidrólise da biomassa. No entanto, as celulases deste fungo filamentoso ainda não foram caracterizadas em profundidade. A celobiohidrolase I (CBHI) é a principal enzima celulolítica produzida por Trichoderma sp. e atualmente é uma
IBICT. Publicado em: 01/10/2012
2. Produção e caracterização de proteínas do complexo celulolítico de Trichoderma harzianum e T.reesei, envolvidas na hidrólise enzimática da biomassa / Production and Characterization of proteins from the cellulolytic cocktail of Trichoderma harzianum e T.reesei, involved in enzymatic hydrolysis of biomass.
Celulases têm atraído muito interesse nos últimos anos devido a sua habilidade na bioconversão de material lignocelulolítico em glucose, a qual pode, então, ser convertida a etanol por fermentação. O complexo celulolítico capaz de degradar a celulose consiste de várias enzimas (principalmente celulases e β-glucosidases) e proteínas auxiliador
IBICT. Publicado em: 02/05/2012
3. Integrated experimental biophysics and molecular dynamics simulations of biomolecules in solution - the interaction of nuclear receptors with DNA response elements and the inter-domain dynamics of Cellobiohydrolase I / Estudos por modelagem e dinâmica molecular integradas a técnicas físicas para biomoléculas em solução - interação de receptores nucleares a elementos responsivos no DNA e dinâmica inter-domínios da celobiohidrolase I
Collective motions play a fundamental role in solution biomolecule dynamics and energetics. These movements can couple very distant regions in the protein structures affection, for instance, allosteric mechanisms, the establishment of macromolecular complexes, and on the integrated function of multidomain proteins as molecullar machines. In this thesis, we p
IBICT. Publicado em: 26/09/2011
4. Mechanism by which cellulose triggers cellobiohydrolase I gene expression in Trichoderma reesei.
The expression of cellobiohydrolase I mRNA from Trichoderma reesei, measured by Northern blot hybridization, is controlled by the nature of carbon sources used in the culture medium. Cellulose and the soluble disaccharide sophorose, but not glycerol or glucose, act as inducers. Cellobiohydrolase I mRNA was undetectable when antibodies to the major members of
5. Isolation and properties of a major cellobiohydrolase from the cellulosome of Clostridium thermocellum.
In the anaerobic, thermophilic, cellulolytic bacterium Clostridium thermocellum, efficient solubilization of the insoluble cellulose substrate is accomplished largely through the action of a cellulose-binding multienzyme complex, the cellulosome. A major cellobiohydrolase activity from the cellulosome has been traced to its Mr 75,000 S8 subunit, and an activ
6. Double-Antibody Sandwich Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay for Cellobiohydrolase I
A double-antibody sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay was developed for quantifying cellobiohydrolase I (CBH I) in crude preparations of the cellulase complex from Trichoderma reesei. The other enzymes (endoglucanase and β-glucosidase) in this complex and other ingredients in culture broth did not interfere with this assay. The antibody configuration
7. The cellulose-binding domain of the major cellobiohydrolase of Trichoderma reesei exhibits true reversibility and a high exchange rate on crystalline cellulose.
Cellulose-binding domains (CBDs) bind specifically to cellulose, and form distinct domains of most cellulose degrading enzymes. The CBD-mediated binding of the enzyme has a fundamental role in the hydrolysis of the solid cellulose substrate. In this work we have investigated the reversibility and kinetics of the binding of the CBD from Trichoderma reesei cel
8. Structure, organization, and transcription of a cellobiohydrolase gene cluster from Phanerochaete chrysosporium.
Restriction mapping and sequence analysis of cosmid clones revealed a cluster of three cellobiohydrolase genes in Phanerochaete chrysosporium. P. chrysosporium cbh1-1 and cbh1-2 are separated by only 750 bp and are located approximately 14 kb upstream from a cellulase gene previously cloned from P. chrysosporium (P. Sims, C. James, and P. Broda, Gene 74:411-
9. Visualization of Trichoderma reesei Cellobiohydrolase I and Endoglucanase I on Aspen Cellulose by Using Monoclonal Antibody-Colloidal Gold Conjugates
Monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) specific for cellobiohydrolase I (CBH I) and endoglucanase I (EG I) were conjugated to 10- and 15-nm colloidal gold particles, respectively. The binding of CBH I and EG I was visualized by utilizing the MAb-colloidal gold probes. The visualization procedure involved immobilization of cellulose microfibrils on copper electron micr
10. Production and Characteristics of Avicel-Digesting and Non-Avicel-Digesting Cellobiohydrolases from Aspergillus ficum
Two immunologically related cellobiohydrolases, cellobiohydrolase I (CBH I) and cellobiohydrolase II (CBH II), were purified from Aspergillus ficum. The Avicel-adsorbable CBH I (molecular weight, 128,000) digested Avicel, cotton, and cellulose powder to cellobiose, but the Avicel-unadsorbable CBH II (molecular weight, 50,000) could not digest those substrate
11. Imaging the Enzymatic Digestion of Bacterial Cellulose Ribbons Reveals the Endo Character of the Cellobiohydrolase Cel6A from Humicola insolens and Its Mode of Synergy with Cellobiohydrolase Cel7A
Dispersed cellulose ribbons from bacterial cellulose were subjected to digestion with cloned Cel7A (cellobiohydrolase [CBH] I) and Cel6A (CBH II) from Humicola insolens either alone or in a mixture and in the presence of an excess of β-glucosidase. Both Cel7A and Cel6A were effective in partially converting the ribbons into soluble sugars, Cel7A being more
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12. Production of Trichoderma reesei cellulases on glucose-containing media.
The filamentous fungus Trichoderma reesei was shown to secrete active cellobiohydrolase I and the endoglucanase I catalytic core domain into the culture medium when the fungus was grown on glucose-containing medium. The expression of the proteins was driven by the promoters of the elongation factor 1 alpha, tef1, and the unidentified gene for cDNA1. The cDNA