Hyperthermostable Thermotoga maritima xylanase XYN10B shows high activity at high temperatures in the presence of biomass-dissolving hydrophilic ionic liquids

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over 80 % of its activity at 90 °C in 15 % [EMIM]OAc and 15–25 % 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium dimethylphos-phate ([EMIM]DMP) during 22-h reactions. [EMIM]OAc may rigidify the enzyme and lower V max . However, only minor changes in kinetic parameter K m showed that com-petitive inhibition by [EMIM]OAc of TmXYN10B is mini-mal. In conclusion, when extended enzymatic reactions under extreme conditions are required, TmXYN10B shows extraordinary potential.

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Yu, T., Anbarasan, S., Wang, Y., Telli, K., Aslan, A. S., Su, Z., … Xiong, H. (2016). Hyperthermostable Thermotoga maritima xylanase XYN10B shows high activity at high temperatures in the presence of biomass-dissolving hydrophilic ionic liquids. Extremophiles, 20(4), 515–524. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00792-016-0841-y

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