Insights into the role of Trichoderma reesei exoglucanases on carbon source-dependent growth and enzymatic lignocellulose hydrolysis

【Author】

Meibin Ren;Xiaoyan Wang;Tianhong Wang;Yaohua Zhong;

【Abstract】

<正>Introduction The filamentous fungus Trichoderma reesei has long been favored as an important model system for studying lignocellulose degradation due to its capacity to produce large amounts of lignocellulolytic enzymes[1].Among the T.reesei enzymatic system,the two exoglucanases(CBH I and CBH II)account for about 80%of the total protein secreted outside the cell[2-3].Up to now,their physiological functions in this

【Keywords】

enzymatic;Trichoderma;hydrolysis;physiological;fungus;deletion;secreted;parental;outside;cellulose;

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