Optimization of fermentation conditions for the production of the M23 protease Pseudoalterin by deep-sea Pseudoalteromonas sp. CF6-2 with artery powder as an inducer.

Abstract

Proteases in the M23 family have specific activities toward elastin and bacterial peptidoglycan. The peptidoglycan-degrading property makes these proteases have potential as novel antimicrobials. Because M23 proteases cannot be maturely expressed in Escherichia coli, it is significant to improve the production of these enzymes in their wild strains… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/molecules19044779

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