alexa In silico Study of Bacillus brevis Xylanase - Structure Prediction and Comparative Analysis with Other Bacterial and Fungal Xylanase
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International Journal of Biomedical Data Mining
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In silico Study of Bacillus brevis Xylanase - Structure Prediction and Comparative Analysis with Other Bacterial and Fungal Xylanase

Nidhi Mathur1, Girish K Goswami2* and Amrendra Nath Pathak1

1Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

2Science College Campus, C U Shah College of Pharmacy and Research Surendranagar, Gujarat, India

Corresponding Author:
Girish K. Goswami
Science College Campus
C U Shah College of Pharmacy and Research, Nr. Kotharia Village, Ahmedabad Highway
Wadhwan City Surendranagar, Gujarat, India
Tel: +91-75750-51672
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Received date: February 16, 2015; Accepted date: March 09, 2015; Published date: April 15, 2015

Citation: Goswami GK, Mathur N, Pathak AN (2015) In Silico Study of Bacillus brevis Xylanase-Structure Prediction and Comparative Analysis with Other Bacterial and Fungal Xylanase. Biomedical Data Mining 4:112. doi: 10.4172/2090-4924.1000112

Abstract

The most important building block of hemicelluloses is xylan. It is broken down into xylose oligomer residues by Xylanase - an enzyme, produced by most organisms, to utilize xylose as primary source of carbon. The Xylanase produced are classified into families, viz 5, 8, 10, 11 and 43 - of Glycoside Hydrolases (GH). Xylanase from family GH 11 are monospecific, they consist solely of Xylanase activity, exclusively active on D-xylose containing substrates.They are inactive on aryl cellobiosides. The fungal Xylanase are produced in higher concentrations, as compared to bacterial Xylanase, but have limited use in pulp bleaching, as they affect the viscosity and strength of the product. In the present study, we have worked upon the Xylanase of Bacillus brevis, which is fulfilling all the required quality needed to be a commercial Xylanase, and thus is used by many industries. The enzyme, when studied after modelling, provided similar structural configuration with high stability. When compared with other bacterial and fungal Xylanase structures, it provided better potential to ‘activity enhancement’ and ‘in silico handling’.

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