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Fig. 3 | AMB Express

Fig. 3

From: Myceliophthora thermophila M77 utilizes hydrolytic and oxidative mechanisms to deconstruct biomass

Fig. 3

Myceliophthora thermophila M77 secretome composition. M. thermophila M77 secretomes developed on a variety of carbon sources; sugar cane bagasse (SCB) in natura (SCBIN), delignified (SCBDL) and steam-exploded (SCBSE) as well as purified cellulose (CEL) and hemicellulose (HCEL) were determined through LC–MS/MS from SDS-PAGE separated proteins. 172 proteins were identified with positive matching of 21,766 unique peptides (4019 SCBIN, 3661 SCBDL, 4269 SCBSE 3466 celluloses and 4716 hemicelluloses). CEL, purified cellulose mixture containing 0.5% of avicel and 0.5% carboxymethylcellulose; HCEL, purified hemicellulose mixture containing 0.2% of each; birchwood-, beechwood-, oat spelt-xylan, arabinan and arabinoxylan; SCBIN, milled “in natura” sugar cane bagasse; SCBDL, steam exploded and delignified with sodium hydroxide milled sugar cane bagasse and SCBSE, steam exploded milled sugar cane bagasse. +LIG, lignin present; -LIG, lignin absent; M.W., molecular weight markers shown in kDa

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