Optimization of Parameters that Affect the Activity of the Alkaline Protease from Halotolerant Bacterium, Bacillus acquimaris VITP4, by the Application of Response Surface Methodology and Evaluation of the Storage Stability of the Enzyme.

@article{Chittoor2016OptimizationOP,
  title={Optimization of Parameters that Affect the Activity of the Alkaline Protease from Halotolerant Bacterium, Bacillus acquimaris VITP4, by the Application of Response Surface Methodology and Evaluation of the Storage Stability of the Enzyme.},
  author={Jabeena Thaz Chittoor and L. Balaji and G. Jayaraman},
  journal={Iranian journal of biotechnology},
  year={2016},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={
          23-32
        }
}
  • Jabeena Thaz Chittoor, L. Balaji, G. Jayaraman
  • Published 2016
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Iranian journal of biotechnology
  • BACKGROUND It was previously shown that the activity of a serine protease from a moderately halotolerant Bacillus aquimaris VITP4 strain is active in a wide range of pH and temperatures and could be modulated by the presence of the divalent metal ions. OBJECTIVES In the present study, a quantitative analysis was done in order to explore the parameters that are contributing to the protease activity. MATERIALS AND METHODS Changes in the secondary structure of the enzyme was determined by… CONTINUE READING
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