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ENHANCED PRODUCTION OF ALKALINE PROTEASE BY BACILLUS SUBTILIS IN SUBMERGED FERMENTATION

@article{Mrudula2012ENHANCEDPO,
  title={ENHANCED PRODUCTION OF ALKALINE PROTEASE BY BACILLUS SUBTILIS IN SUBMERGED FERMENTATION},
  author={Soma Mrudula and A. Begum and Kumar Pindi},
  journal={International journal of pharma and bio sciences},
  year={2012}
}
An alkaline protease producing strain was isolated from the sample collected from a slaughter house in Krishnagiri (District), T.N., India identified as Bacillus subtilis. Optimization of process parameters, surfactants as stimulants and strain improvement by UV for increased production of protease was carried out. Further the enzyme was partially purified and characterized. The most important factors such as temperature, pH, incubation period, carbon, nitrogen and trace elements were optimum… 

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