Maryam Siroosi

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A halophilic archaeon, Halorubrum sp. strain Ha25, produced extracellular halophilic organic solvent-tolerant amylopullulanase. The maximum enzyme production was at high salt concentration, 3–4 M NaCl. Optimum pH and temperature for enzyme production were 7.0 and 40 °C, respectively. Molecular mass of purified enzyme was estimated to be about 140 kDa by(More)
Halophilic archaea, also referred to as haloarchaea, dominate hypersaline environments. To survive under such extreme conditions, haloarchaea and their enzymes have evolved to function optimally in environments with high salt concentrations and, sometimes, with extreme pH and temperatures. These features make haloarchaea attractive sources of a wide variety(More)
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