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TitlePrecipitation of Trichoderma reesei commercial cellulase preparations under standard enzymatic hydrolysis conditions for lignocelluloses
Author(s)Chylenski, Piotr
Felby, Claus
Haven, Mai Østergaard
Gama, F. M.
Selig, Michael J.
KeywordsBiofuels
Cellulase
Enzyme recycle
Lignocellulose
Precipitation
Issue date2012
PublisherKluwer
JournalBiotechnology Letters
Abstract(s)Comparative studies between commercial Trichoderma reesei cellulase preparations show that, depending on the preparation and loading, total protein precipitation can be as high as 30 % under standard hydrolysis conditions used for lignocellulosic materials. ATR-IR and SDS-PAGE data verify precipitates are protein-based and contain key cell wall hydrolyzing enzymes. Precipitation increased considerably with incubation temperature; roughly 50–150 % increase from 40 to 50 °C and 800 % greater at 60 °C. All of the reported protein losses translated into significant, and often drastic, losses in activity on related 4-nitrophenyl substrates. In addition, supplementation with the non-ionic surfactant PEG 6,000 decreased precipitation up to 80 % in 24 h precipitation levels. Protein precipitation is potentially substantial during enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocelluloses and should be accounted for during lignocellulose conversion process design, particularly when enzyme recycling is considered.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/22442
DOI10.1007/s10529-012-0916-5
ISSN1573-6776
Other identifiers0141-5492
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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