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Table 3 Comparison of molecular weight, optimum pH, optimum temperature and activity at given NaCl concentrations between XylCMS and other characterized rumen and halophilic xylanases

From: An extreme halophilic xylanase from camel rumen metagenome with elevated catalytic activity in high salt concentrations

Name Source Mol. weighta (kDa) Opt. pHb Opt. temp.c (°C) Activity (%), salt con.d (M) References
Xyl-CMS Camel rumen 46 6 55 132, 5 This study
Xyn10N18 Bovine rumen 54.5 6.5 35 ND Gong et al. (2013)
XyIn-SH1 Holstein cattle rumen 39.5 6.5 40 ND (Cheng et al. 2012)
XynGR40 Goat rumen 52.4 6.5 30 ND Wang et al. (2011)
Xyn-lxy Hu sheep rumen 71.3 6 50 ND Wang et al. (2015)
NDe Bacillus pumilus 39.6 8 40 73, 2.6 Menon et al. (2010)
XynSL3 Alkalibacterium sp. 150 9 55 60, 3 Wang et al. (2017)
XynFCB Thermoanaerobacterium saccharolyticum 50 6.4 63 67, 2.6 Hung et al. (2011)
XynA Zunongwangia profunda 43.7 6.5 30 100, 5 Liu et al. (2014)
ND Aureobasidium pullulans 21.6 4 30–50 100, 3.4 Yegin (2017)
ND Chromohalobacter sp.  15 9 65 90, 5 Prakash et al. (2012)
XynRBM26 Massilia sp. RBM26 45 5.5 45 86, 5 Xu et al. (2016)
Excg1 Colletotrichum graminicola 20 5.5 65 50, 3 Carli et al. (2016)
  1. aMolecular weight
  2. bOptimum pH
  3. cOptimum temperature
  4. dSalt concentration
  5. eNot determined