Optimization of protease production by endophytic fungus, Alternaria alternata, isolated from an Australian native plant.

@article{Zaferanloo2014OptimizationOP,
  title={Optimization of protease production by endophytic fungus, Alternaria alternata, isolated from an Australian native plant.},
  author={Bita Zaferanloo and Trung D Quang and Smita Daumoo and Mahmood M Ghorbani and Peter John. Mahon and Enzo A. Palombo},
  journal={World journal of microbiology & biotechnology},
  year={2014},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={
          1755-62
        }
}
Endophytes are recognised as potential sources of novel secondary metabolites, including enzymes and drugs, with applications in medicine, agriculture and industry. There is a growing need for new enzymes, including proteases, for use in industry that can function under a variety of conditions. In this study, three fungal endophytes (Alternaria alternata, Phoma herbarum and an unclassified fungus), were isolated from the Australian native plant, Eremophilia longifolia, and assessed for… CONTINUE READING
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