Suchita Ninawe

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Streptomyces cyaneus SN32 was used in this study to produce extracellular xylanase, an important industrial enzyme used in pulp and paper industry. The enzyme was purified to homogeneity by ammonium sulfate precipitation followed by anion exchange chromatography using DEAE-Sepharose column, with 43.0% yield. The enzyme was found to be a monomer of 20.5 kDa(More)
AIM The present study aimed at optimization of cultural and nutritional parameters for enhanced production of xylanase from Streptomyces cyaneus SN32. METHODS AND RESULTS The xylanase production by S. cyaneus SN32 on most of the agro-residues tested in this study was more, as compared with the xylanase yield in the medium supplemented with commercial(More)
Eighty-eight actinomycetes were isolated from 20 samples collected from different locations in and around Delhi, India. Among these, 69 isolates were found positive for xylanase production. Of 69 isolates, 3 (SN32, SN77, and SN83) produced >125 IU/ml xylanase. Modern genetic tools were used for revealing the identities of these potent xylanase producers.(More)
An alkalistable endoxylanase from Streptomyces cyaneus SN32 was applied in bleaching of wheat straw enriched soda pulp. The xylanase dose of 10 IUg(-1) moisture free pulp exhibited maximum bleach boosting of soda pulp (pH 9.5-10.0) optimally at 65 degrees C after 2 h of reaction time. Pre-treatment of pulp with xylanase and its subsequent treatment with 6%(More)
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