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Optimization , Purification of Cellulase Produced From Bacillus Subtilis Subsp . Inaquosorum Under Solid State Fermentation And Its Potential Applications in Denim Industry

@inproceedings{Gautam2014OptimizationP,
  title={Optimization , Purification of Cellulase Produced From Bacillus Subtilis Subsp . Inaquosorum Under Solid State Fermentation And Its Potential Applications in Denim Industry},
  author={Richa Raja Gautam and Jitender Sharma},
  year={2014}
}
A bacterial isolate from soil samples contaminated with decaying lignocellulosic wastes and effluents of cotton industry was isolated for cellulase production and was identified as Bacillus subtilis subsp. inaquosorum after morphological, biochemical and phlogenetic analysis. Under optimized solid state fermentation conditions maximum cellulase production 71.15 IU/ml was obtained with wheat bran as carbon source in MA-1 mineral media and fructose and yeast extract as additives under 48 hr of… 

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