חיפוש מתקדם

Kanchan Yadav
Sangeeta Yadav
Gautam Anand
Pramod K. Yadav
Dinesh Yadav 

Pectin is a naturally occurring polysaccharide consisting of α-(1–4)-linked d-galacturonic acid residues, which is mainly found in the middle lamella and primary cell walls of plants. There are three pectic polysaccharide groups, all containing d-galacturonic acid to a greater or a lesser extent. They are homogalacturonan (HG), rhamnogalacturonan-I (RG-I), and rhamnogalacturonan-II (RG-II). Pectin is widely used in different industries like food, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and biomedical industries, such as producing products for the treatment of diabetes and obesity. Pectinases, also known as pectic enzymes, are enzyme that breaks down pectin. Pectinases are classified according to their mechanism of action. Pectinases include protopectinase, esterase, and depolymerase. The rate of hydrolysis is dependent on the chain length of the polysaccharide. Commercially, pectinases are used extensively in several different processes, including fruit juice clarification, juice extraction, manufacture of pectin-free starch, refinement of vegetable fibers, degumming of natural fibers, and wastewater or wastewater sewage treatment. Carbohydrate-active enzymes (CAZy) database is a database that shows the classification of polysaccharide lyases.

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Chapter 9 - Hydrolysis of complex pectin structures: Biocatalysis and bioproducts

Kanchan Yadav
Sangeeta Yadav
Gautam Anand
Pramod K. Yadav
Dinesh Yadav 

Chapter 9 - Hydrolysis of complex pectin structures: Biocatalysis and bioproducts

Pectin is a naturally occurring polysaccharide consisting of α-(1–4)-linked d-galacturonic acid residues, which is mainly found in the middle lamella and primary cell walls of plants. There are three pectic polysaccharide groups, all containing d-galacturonic acid to a greater or a lesser extent. They are homogalacturonan (HG), rhamnogalacturonan-I (RG-I), and rhamnogalacturonan-II (RG-II). Pectin is widely used in different industries like food, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and biomedical industries, such as producing products for the treatment of diabetes and obesity. Pectinases, also known as pectic enzymes, are enzyme that breaks down pectin. Pectinases are classified according to their mechanism of action. Pectinases include protopectinase, esterase, and depolymerase. The rate of hydrolysis is dependent on the chain length of the polysaccharide. Commercially, pectinases are used extensively in several different processes, including fruit juice clarification, juice extraction, manufacture of pectin-free starch, refinement of vegetable fibers, degumming of natural fibers, and wastewater or wastewater sewage treatment. Carbohydrate-active enzymes (CAZy) database is a database that shows the classification of polysaccharide lyases.

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