Cellulase, which is produced by fungi and bacteria, can be divided into three major types: endoglucanase (endo-1,4-[beta]-D-glucanase, EC 3.
What does EG stand for?
EG stands for Endoglucanase (enzyme)
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arabinanases, endoglucanases, galactanases, glycosidases, xylanases, oxidases, proteases peptidases, phospholipases, lactases, transglutaminases Animal feed: enzymes are used to Phytases, [beta]-glucanases, enhance digestion and nutritional xylanases, galactanases, content of animal feed.
Trametes versicolor produces a multicomponent cellulase system, consisting of endoglucanase (EC 3.
5 U/ml) for endoglucanase while a six percent concentration yielded higher activities of both exogllucanase and cellulase.
The Glycosidase activity was measured by performing a filter paper assay, the Endoglucanase activity found by a carboxymethylcellulose assay, and the protein content by a Bradford assay.
Production of endoglucanase was induced by microcrystalline cellulose, carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) and xylan.
Acting in concert with protease, endoglucanase modifies the surface of cotton fibers to enhance stain removal and give fabrics a stone-washed look.