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Isolation of an Acremonium sp. capable of liquefying cross-linked poly(γ-glutamic acid) hydrogels and the fungal enzyme involved in the disruption of γ-ray irradiation-mediated cross-linking

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Isolation of an Acremonium sp. capable of liquefying cross-linked poly(γ-glutamic acid) hydrogels and the fungal enzyme involved in the disruption of γ-ray irradiation-mediated cross-linking
Abstract

A microorganism capable of liquefying cross-linked poly(γ-glutamic acid) (C-L PGA) was isolated and identified to be an Acremonium sp. The fungus produced an enzyme that can disrupt the cross-linkages of C-L PGA generated by γ-ray irradiation. The enzyme can also liquefy C-L PGA prepared by chemical cross-linkage, suggesting the involvement of ester bonds in the γ-ray irradiation-mediated cross-linking of PGA.

Keywords
poly(γ-glutamic acid); cross-linked poly(γ-glutamic acid); γ-ray irradiation; esterase
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Isolation of an Acremonium sp. capable of liquefying cross-linked poly(γ-glutamic acid) hydrogels and the fungal enzyme involved in the disruption of γ-ray irradiation-mediated cross-linking
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering - Volume 105, Issue 4, April 2008, Pages 422–424
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