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ISSN 2410-7751 (Print)
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Biotechnologia Acta
V. 6, No. 2, 2013

"Biotechnologia Acta" v. 6, no. 2, 2013
doi: 10.15407/biotech6.02.107
Р. 107-114, Bibliography 39, Ukrainian.
Universal Decimal classification: 577.152.321+663.11


К. G. Dreval, M. I. Boyko

Donetsk National University, Ukraine

Adsorption of cellulases on substrate taking place during the cultivation process was determined. Adsorbed enzymes can be eluted by buffer solution with high ionic strength, but for determine their activity they should be transferred into the aqueous solution. On the basis of the results a method for obtaining of cellulases preparations from cultural liquids of basidiomycetes was developed. This method is the elution of cellulases from the cultivation substrate of basidiomycetes. It was found that using of the last allows to obtain enzymatic preparations with a high degree of purification in 3 stages (salting out of proteins — dialysis — gelchromatography). Cellulase preparations received original products of basidiomycetes strains К-1, А-Дон-02, Д-1 Irpex lacteus and AnSc-1 Daedaleopsis confragosa f. confragosa were obtained. They contained different proteins, enzymes with specific peaks out of column and their activity. However, common to them was a distinct maximum of outing from the column by endoglucanases or cellobiases, which may indicate that the studied cellulolytic complexes of basidiomycetes do not contain multiple forms of cellulases with different molecular mass. This method allowed to obtain preparations with different degree of purification in comparing with the original culture filtrate 7,3 for endoglucanase and 33,3 for cellobiase of strain А-Дон-02 I. lacteus; 13,1 for endoglucanase and 25,5 for cellobiase of strain Д-1 I. lacteus; 29,9 for endoglucanase and 90,1 for cellobiase of strain К-1 I. lacteus; 2,1 for endoglucanase and 30,6 for cellobiase of strain AnSc-1 D. confragosa f. confragosa.

Key words: basidiomycetes, cellulolytic enzymes, endoglucanase, cellobiase, enzymatic preparations, Irpex lacteus, Daedaleopsis confragosa f. confragosa.

© Palladin Institute of Biochemistry of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 2008

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