Sharmili Jagtap

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BACKGROUND Aspergillus fumigatus R1 produced xylanase under submerged fermentation which degrades the complex hemicelluloses contained in agricultural substrates. Xylanases have gained considerable attention because of their tremendous applications in industries. The purpose of our study was to purify xylanase and study its biochemical properties. We have(More)
In the adult spleen, CD19⁺CD45R(-/lo) (19⁺45R(lo)) lymphocytes of embryonic origin exist as a distinct population to that of the conventional B cell lineage. These cells display a plasmablast phenotype, and they spontaneously secrete IgG1 and IgA, whereas the bone marrow population of 19⁺45R(lo) cells contains B1 progenitors. In this study, we show that(More)
Acinetobacter radioresistens PR8 produces extracellular lipase depending upon growth media. In present work we not only screened the nutrient sources but also investigated the causes for variation in productivity. The nutrient sources investigated are, groundnut oil, groundnut cake and fresh groundnut. Lower lipase productivity was observed on fresh ground(More)
Aspergillus fumigatus R1, on submerged fermentation using agricultural residues as carbon source produced extracellular xylanase (152IU/ml after 96h of incubation at 37°C with constant shaking at 100rpm). A maximum yield of 1gm% Xylooligosaccharides (XOS) mixture was obtained after 12h by enzymatic hydrolysis of xylan rich wheat husk without any prior(More)
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