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Thermostable xylanases from thermophilic fungi and bacteria: current perspective


Thermostable xylanases from thermophilic fungi and bacteria: current perspective

Chadha, B.S., Kaur, Baljit, Basotra, Neha, Tsang, Adrian and Pandey, Ashok (2019) Thermostable xylanases from thermophilic fungi and bacteria: current perspective. Bioresource Technology . ISSN 09608524 (In Press)

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Thermostable xylanases from thermophilic fungi and bacteria have a wide commercial acceptability in feed, food, paper and pulp and bioconversion of lignocellulosics with an estimated annual market of USD 500 Million. The genome wide analysis of thermophilic fungi clearly shows the presence of elaborate genetic information coding for multiple xylanases primarily coding for GH10, GH11 in addition to GH7 and GH30 xylanases. The transcriptomics and proteome profiling has given insight into the differential expression of these xylanases in some of the thermophilic fungi. Bioprospecting has resulted in identification of novel thermophilic xylanases that have been endorsed by the industrial houses for heterologous over- expression and formulations. The future use of xylanases is expected to increase exponentially for their role in biorefineries. The discovery of new and improvement of existing xylanases using molecular tools such as directed evolution is expected to be the mainstay to meet increasing demand of thermostable xylanases.

Divisions:Concordia University > Research Units > Centre for Structural and Functional Genomics
Item Type:Article
Authors:Chadha, B.S. and Kaur, Baljit and Basotra, Neha and Tsang, Adrian and Pandey, Ashok
Journal or Publication:Bioresource Technology
Date:11 January 2019
  • DBT – India
  • AMAAS (ICAR) – India
Digital Object Identifier (DOI):10.1016/j.biortech.2019.01.044
Keywords:Hermophilic fungi and bacteria; Thermostable xylanases; Glycoside hydrolases; Genomics and metagenomics; Production
ID Code:984917
Deposited On:21 Jan 2019 23:27
Last Modified:21 Jan 2019 23:27


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