Chitin enzymology vol.2.pdf

Chitin enzymology vol.2 PDF

Riccardo Muzzarelli

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These enzymes are able to degrade chitin present in the cell walls of fungi as well ... Volume 2015 |Article ID 791907 | 8 pages | 791907 ... chitin binding domain of insect chitinases anchored the substrate [2, 30]. Decleire, M., Cat, W. De, Tang, V.H., et al., in Chitin Enzymology, vol. 2, Muzzarelli, R. A. A., Ed., Grottammare, Italy: Atec Edizioni, 1996, pp. 165–169.

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Chitosan is a deacetylated product of chitin produced by chitin deacetylase, an enzyme that hydrolyses acetamido groups of N-acetylglucosamine in chitin. Chitosan is a natural polymer that has great potential in biotechnology and in the biomedical and pharmaceutical industries. Commercially, it is produced from chitin via a harsh thermochemical process that shares most of the disadvantages of A substance for reduction of absorption of lipids and for reduction of serum cholesterol content in mammals comprising microcrystalline chitosan. The microcrystalline chitosan can be administered orally in food products or in dose units containing a predetermined amount of microcrystalline chitosan. The microcrystalline chitosan has an average particle size not higher than 100 &mgr;m.

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