AZCL-Barley β-Glucan

High purity dyed and crosslinked insoluble AZCL-Barley β-Glucan for identification of enzyme activities in research, microbiological enzyme assays and in vitro diagnostic analysis.

Substrate for the assay of malt β-glucanase, lichenase and cellulases.

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I-AZBGL
3 grams
$215.00

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New chromogenic substrates for the assay of alpha-amylase and (1→4)-β-D-glucanase.

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Measurement of malt beta-glucanase.

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A soluble chromogenic substrate for the assay of (1→3)(1→4)-β-D-glucanase (lichenase).

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Assay of malt β-glucanase using azo-barley glucan: an improved precipitant.

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Activity of arabinoxylan hydrolyzing enzymes during mashing with barley malt or barley malt and unmalted wheat.

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Purification, characterization and structural analysis of an abundant β-1, 3‐glucanase from banana fruit.

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Tenacibaculum skagerrakense sp. nov., a marine bacterium isolated from the pelagic zone in Skagerrak, Denmark.

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Evaluation of cellulolytic and hemicellulolytic abilities of fungi isolated from coffee residue and sawdust composts.

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Patterns of functional enzyme activity in fungus farming ambrosia beetles.

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Evolutionary transitions in enzyme activity of ant fungus gardens.

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Aspergillus hancockii sp. nov., a biosynthetically talented fungus endemic to southeastern Australian soils.

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