Publication:

Evidence that galactanase A from Pseudomonas fluorescens subspecies cellulosa is a retaining family 53 glycosyl hydrolase in which E161 and E270 are the catalytic residues. (1997)

Author(s): K. L. Braithwaite;T. Barna;T. D. Spurway;S. J. Charnock;G. W. Black;N. Hughes;J. H. Lakey;R. Virden;G. P. Hazlewood;B. Henrissat;H. J. Gilbert

  • : Evidence that galactanase A from Pseudomonas fluorescens subspecies cellulosa is a retaining family 53 glycosyl hydrolase in which E161 and E270 are the catalytic residues.
  • Short Title: Evidence that galactanase A from Pseudomonas fluorescens subspecies cellulosa is a retaining family 53 glycosyl hydrolase in which E161 and E270 are the catalytic residues.
  • Journal: Biochemistry
  • Volume: 36
  • Issue: 49
  • Pages: 15489-15500
  • Publication type: Article
  • Bibliographic status: Published
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    Professor Jeremy Lakey
    Professor of Structural Biochemistry