MassIVE MSV000084758 - Exoproteome of Parascedosporium putredinis NO1 during on wheat straw



Lignocellulose, the structural component of plant cells, is a major agricultural by-product and the most abundant terrestrial source of biopolymers on Earth. The complex and insoluble nature of lignocellulose limits its conversion into value-added commodities and, currently, efficient transformation requires expensive pre-treatments and high loadings of enzymes. Here we report on lignocellulolytic enzyme discovery from Parascedosporium putredinis NO1 during its deconstruction of wheat straw probing both the cultural supernatant and selecting for proteins bound to insoluble component of the growth culture.

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Date made available2020

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