CBH

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Related to Cellobiohydrolase: cellobiose, Endoglucanase
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CBHCorned Beef Hash (food)
CBHCity of Beverly Hills (Beverly Hills, CA)
CBHCheltenham Borough Homes (UK)
CBHCatalyst Bed Heater
CBHCellobiohydrolase (enzyme)
CBHComprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. (Lyndhurst, NJ)
CBHCommunity Based Housing (various organizations)
CBHCommunity Behavioral Healthcare (various locations)
CBHColumbia/Barnard Hillel (New York)
CBHCircumference at Breast Height (forestry)
CBHComic Book Heroes (band)
CBHCentral Baptist Hospital
CBHCompagnie Bancaire Helvétique (French: Swiss Banking Company; Switzerland)
CBHClyde Babcock-Hitachi (Australia)
CBHCommunity Breast Health (Susan G. Komen)
CBHCollimated Beam Handpiece (lasers)
CBHCentre Bourguignon de l'Habitat (French: Burgundy Housing Center)
CBHCenter for Bioethics and Humanities
CBHChild Bearing Hips
CBHConstruction Bois Habitat (French: Wood Habitat Construction; Saint-Omer, France)
CBHCongregation Beth Hatikvah (Jewish synagogue; various locations)
CBHConstructions Bouhier Hubert (French construction company)
CBHCan't Be Heard
CBHChicken Blood Hemolysates
CBHConcept Bois Habitat (French: Concept Wood Housing)
CBHCentre Breton de l'Habitat (French: Breton Housing Center; Étrelles, France)
CBHCole Bulk Handling
CBHCabinet Blanchedan et Hilaire (French consulting firm)
CBHClub Badminton Houppeville (Houppeville, France)
CBHChicago Board of Health
CBHClub de Badminton Heillecourt (Heillecourt, France)
CBHConstruction Bâtiment Habitation (French: Residential Building Construction; various locations)
CBHCoordination Bâtiment & Habitat (French: Housing Construction and Coordination; Brest, France)
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cellulosolvens was recorded at 18AdegC (Yoda et al., 2005) whereas the cellobiohydrolase from C.
Liu, "Improved heterologous gene expression in Trichoderma reesei by cellobiohydrolase I gene (cbh1) promoter optimization," Acta Biochimica et Biophysica Sinica, vol.
The two major activities involved in cellulose solubilization are endoglucanase (EC 3.2.1.4) and cellobiohydrolase (EC 3.2.1.91).
The substrate specificity and hydrolysis products insisted that CtCel6 was an exo-/endo-type cellobiohydrolase. The biochemical properties of recombinant CtCel6 made it potentially effective for bioconversion of biomass and had tremendous potential in industrial applications such as enzyme preparation industry and feed processing industry.
Sugiyama, "Unidirectional processive action of cellobiohydrolase Cel7A on Valonia cellulose microcrystals," FEBS Letters, vol.
(2004) Compound Enzyme Fungal Type Cellulose Cellulase ERM, ECM Cellobiohydrolase ERM, ECM Hemicellulose Xylanase ERM, ECM Mannosidasc ERM Galactosidase ERM Arabinosidase ERM Glucanasc ERM Pectin Polygalacturonase ERM, ECM Tannins Polyphenol oxidase ERM, ECM Peroxidase ERM, ECM Catcchol oxidase ERM, ECM Tyrosinase ERM, ECM Lactase ERM, ECM Lignin Manganese peroxidases ECM Lignase ERM Proteins Acid protease ERM, ECM Chitin Chifnase ERM, ECM Lipids Fatty acid esterase ECM
A major challenge for cellulosic ethanol has been improving the technology for hydrolysis of recalcitrant cellulose, with high glucose yields made possible by the synergistic action of three classes of fungal cellulase components: endoglucanase, cellobiohydrolase and beta-glucosidase.
Earlier, less than 10 such fungal cellobiohydrolase II enzymes were known.
Alliance For Sustainable Energy, LLC (Golden, CO) has patented purified cellobiohydrolase I (glycosyl hydrolase family 7 (Cel7A) enzymes from Penicillium funiculosum which demonstrate a high level of specific performance in comparison to other Cel7 family member enzymes when formulated with purified EIcd endoglucanase from A.
Sugiyama, "Unidirectional Processive Action of Cellobiohydrolase Cel7A on Valonia Cellulose Microcrystals," Federation of European Biochemical Societies Letters 432, 113-116 (1998).
Cellobiohydrolase and xylanase activities were detected in fluids collected from cultures containing all the carbon sources tested.
Microbial respiration rates at ambient stream temperature and at 20 [degrees] C, fungal biomass, and cellobiohydrolase activity were determined in the laboratory.