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Purification and Kinetic Parameters Characterization of an Alkaline Protease Produced from Bacillus subtilis through Submerged Fermentation Technique

@inproceedings{Ahmed2013PurificationAK,
  title={Purification and Kinetic Parameters Characterization of an Alkaline Protease Produced from Bacillus subtilis through Submerged Fermentation Technique},
  author={Ishtiaq Ahmed and Muhammad Anjum Zia and Hafiz M.N. Iqbal},
  year={2013}
}
This paper reported the purification and kinetic parameters characterization of an alkaline protease produced from Bacillus subtilis through submerged fermentation process using rice husk as growth supporting substrate (by-product of rice industry) collected from Pearl Rice Mill Hafiz Abad, Faisalabad. Bacillus subtilis was cultured in fermentation medium under some pre-optimized growth conditions. Maximum alkaline protease activity of 216±4.32U/mL was obtained when fermentation medium of rice… 

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