Birte Svensson
Birte Svensson
Professor of Enzyme and Protein Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark
Verified email at bio.dtu.dk
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Relationship of sequence and structure to specificity in the α-amylase family of enzymes
EA MacGregor, © Janeček, B Svensson
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Protein Structure and Molecular …, 2001
7152001
Protein engineering in the α-amylase family: catalytic mechanism, substrate specificity, and stability
B Svensson
Plant molecular biology 25 (2), 141-157, 1994
5061994
Crystal and molecular structure of barley α-amylase
A Kadziola, J Abe, B Svensson, R Haser
Journal of molecular biology 239 (1), 104-121, 1994
2951994
Proteome analysis of grain filling and seed maturation in barley
C Finnie, S Melchior, P Roepstorff, B Svensson
Plant Physiology 129 (3), 1308-1319, 2002
2792002
Starch-and glycogen-debranching and branching enzymes: prediction of structural features of the catalytic (β/α) 8-barrel domain and evolutionary relationship to other …
HM Jespersen, EA MacGregor, B Henrissat, MR Sierks, B Svensson
Journal of protein chemistry 12 (6), 791-805, 1993
2761993
Glucoamylases G1 and G2 from Aspergillus niger are synthesized from two different but closely related mRNAs.
E Boel, I Hjort, B Svensson, F Norris, KE Norris, NP Fiil
The EMBO journal 3 (5), 1097-1102, 1984
2731984
Glucoamylase: structure/function relationships, and protein engineering
J Sauer, BW Sigurskjold, U Christensen, TP Frandsen, E Mirgorodskaya, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Protein Structure and Molecular …, 2000
2592000
Comparison of the domain-level organization of starch hydrolases and related enzymes
HM Jespersen, EA MacGregor, MR Sierks, B Svensson
Biochemical Journal 280 (1), 51-55, 1991
2551991
Sequence homology between putative raw-starch binding domains from different starch-degrading enzymes
B Svensson, H Jespersen, MR Sierks, EA MacGregor
Biochemical Journal 264 (1), 309-311, 1989
2301989
The complete amino acid sequence of the glycoprotein, glucoamylase G1, from Aspergillus niger
B Svensson, K Larsen, I Svendsen, E Boel
Carlsberg research communications 48 (6), 529, 1983
2211983
Structure, specificity and function of cyclomaltodextrinase, a multispecific enzyme of the α-amylase family
KH Park, TJ Kim, TK Cheong, JW Kim, BH Oh, B Svensson
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Protein Structure and Molecular …, 2000
2162000
Molecular structure of a barley α-amylase-inhibitor complex: implications for starch binding and catalysis
A Kadziola, M Søgaard, B Svensson, R Haser
Journal of molecular biology 278 (1), 205-217, 1998
2111998
Site-directed mutagenesis of histidine 93, aspartic acid 180, glutamic acid 205, histidine 290, and aspartic acid 291 at the active site and tryptophan 279 at the raw starch …
M Søgaard, A Kadziola, R Haser, B Svensson
Journal of Biological Chemistry 268 (30), 22480-22484, 1993
1971993
Domain evolution in the α-amylase family
S Janecek, B Svensson, B Henrissat
Journal of molecular evolution 45 (3), 322-331, 1997
1951997
Regional distant sequence homology between amylases, α‐glucosidases and transglucanosylases
B Svensson
FEBS letters 230 (1-2), 72-76, 1988
1911988
α-Amylase: an enzyme specificity found in various families of glycoside hydrolases
© Janeček, B Svensson, EA MacGregor
Cellular and molecular life sciences 71 (7), 1149-1170, 2014
1892014
Proteinaceous α-amylase inhibitors
B Svensson, K Fukuda, PK Nielsen, BC Bønsager
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Proteins and Proteomics 1696 (2), 145-156, 2004
1882004
A circularly permuted α‐amylase‐type α/β‐barrel structure in glucan‐synthesizing glucosyltransferases
EA MacGregor, HM Jespersen, B Svensson
FEBS letters 378 (3), 263-266, 1996
1861996
Characterization of two forms of glucoamylase from Aspergillus niger
B Svensson, TG Svendsen, IB Svendsen, T Sakai, M Ottesen
Carlsberg Research Communications 47 (1), 55, 1982
1781982
The carbohydrate‐binding module family 20–diversity, structure, and function
C Christiansen, M Abou Hachem, © Janeček, A Viksø‐Nielsen, ...
The FEBS journal 276 (18), 5006-5029, 2009
1672009
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