PRODUCTION AND PROPERTIES OF AN EXTRACELLULAR PROTEASE FROM THERMOPHILIC BACILLUS SP Wellingta

@inproceedings{Nascimento2004PRODUCTIONAP,
  title={PRODUCTION AND PROPERTIES OF AN EXTRACELLULAR PROTEASE FROM THERMOPHILIC BACILLUS SP Wellingta},
  author={Cristina Almeida do Nascimento and Meire Lelis Leal Martins},
  year={2004}
}
Protease production by thermophilic Bacillus sp strain SMIA-2 cultivated in liquid cultures containing trisodium citrate reached a maximum in 9h, with levels of 1.93U/mg protein. The microorganism utilized several carbon sources for the production of protease. Starch was the best substrate, followed by trisodium citrate, citric acid and sucrose. Among the various organic and inorganic nitrogen sources, ammonium nitrate was found to be the best. Studies on the protease characterization revealed… CONTINUE READING

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