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Marine Xylanase Production

Marine xylanase is an enzyme derived from marine organisms, such as bacteria or fungi, that has the ability to degrade xylan. Xylan is a complex polysaccharide found in plant cell walls, particularly in materials like wood, agricultural residues, and marine biomass. Marine xylanases are promising biocatalysts. Marine xylanase enzymes are capable of breaking down the bonds within xylan molecules, resulting in the release of smaller sugar molecules, mainly xylose.  Since they are produced by microorganisms that grow under various environmental conditions, these enzymes may be active in different pH, temperature and salt concentration ranges. These properties are important for their successful application in various industrial processes, such as bioethanol, bleaching of paper and pulp, and the food and feed industry. CD BioSciences specializes in the design of reagent-grade and industrial-grade enzymes for analytical chemistry purposes, but we are always open to new ideas, projects and collaborations. Our custom enzyme development service delivers xylanases using cutting-edge recombinant protein technology.

Fig 1. Marine xylanasesFig 1. Marine xylanases (Qeshmi F I, et al.,2020)

Our Services

From computational design to novel enzyme discovery to commercial scale-up, CD BioSciences' services enable the discovery, optimization and production of marine xylanases for a variety of applications.

  • Custom Marine Xylanase Production
    We offer customized marine xylanase production services tailored to the specific requirements of our clients. With our advanced production techniques, we can optimize the production process to achieve high enzyme yields and activity.
  • Gene Design
    Custom recombinant protein design from the ground up, which is based on natural sources for improved stability and increased production efficiency.
  • Protein Expression
    Recombinases are produced using optimized expression systems that deliver consistent batches of the desired protein through tightly controlled fermentation and purification processes.
  • Assay Development
    Format existing and new enzymes to enable accurate analytical methods for high-throughput, manual laboratory and simple field-testing applications.
    • Characterization of Marine Xylanases
    • Optimum pH of marine xylanases
    • Optimum temperature of marine xylanases
    • Effects of metal ions on the activity of marine xylanases
    • Effects of sodium chloride on marine xylanase activity

Our Services

Marine Xylanases from Marine Bacteria

Marine Enzyme Types of Marine Bacteria
Marine Xylanases Bacillus pumilus
Alcaligenes sp.
Bacillus subtilis cho40
Glaciecola mesophila
Bacillus subtilis LC9
Bacillus subtilis cho40
Glaciecola mesophila KMM

What we do?

  • Develop and refine analytical methods for measuring enzymes.
  • Manufacture marine xylanases for use in analytical laboratories, industry, and research. Known for the exceptional purity of its enzymes, CD BioSciences is the only global supplier of a broad range of carbohydrate and enzyme-substrate products.
  • Serve customers worldwide. We provide technical advice to our customers through our "Ask a Scientist" feature, and our analytical team is on hand in the laboratory to address their unique analytical challenges.

CD BioSciences is a professional service provider for the marine biology industry. Our marine xylanases production services can ensure that the most suitable methods and techniques are selected for your project. We provide our customers with the most precise ingredient data and highly informed process expertise. Our team of biomass experts plays a key role in the formulation, optimization and commercial evaluation of biomass value-added processes in industry and academia. If necessary, please feel free to contact us.


  • Qeshmi F I, Homaei A, Fernandes P, et al. Xylanases from marine microorganisms: a brief overview on scope, sources, features and potential applications[J]. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Proteins and Proteomics, 2020, 1868(2): 140312.

Please kindly note that our services can only be used to support research purposes (Not for clinical use).

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