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Optimization the hydrolysis process of tannic acid for gallic acid production by tannase of Aspergillus awamori using response surface methodology.

@article{ElTanash2012OptimizationTH,
  title={Optimization the hydrolysis process of tannic acid for gallic acid production by tannase of Aspergillus awamori using response surface methodology.},
  author={A. B. El-Tanash and A. A. Sherief and A. Nour},
  journal={Innovative Romanian Food Biotechnology},
  year={2012},
  volume={10},
  pages={9-17}
}
The effect of different assay conditions such as; incubation time, temperature, pH, and tannic acid concentrations on the hydrolytic efficiency of tannase from Aspergillusawamori were studied. Response surface methodo logy (RSM) was used in this optimization by implementing the central composite design (CCD). Statistical analysis of the results showed that linear and quadric terms of these variables had significant effects on the yield of gallic acid formation. However, interactions between the… Expand
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