Selection of Enterobacter cloacae Strain POPE6 for Fermentative Production of Extracellular Lipase on Palm Kernel Oil Processing Effluent

  title={Selection of Enterobacter cloacae Strain POPE6 for Fermentative Production of Extracellular Lipase on Palm Kernel Oil Processing Effluent},
  author={Atim Iboyo and Atim Asitok and Maurice George Ekpenyong and Sylvester Antai},
  journal={International journal of sciences},
An Enterobacter cloacae strain was isolated from palm oil processing effluent and demonstrated ability to elaborate extracellular lipase on Tween 80-minimal medium using the rapid plate assay of precipitate formation. Peak productivity of the enzyme in submerged culture occurred at 72 h with lipase concentration of 95 μg/mL. Enzyme activity, monitored using different carbon-chain lengths of p-nitrophenol (p-NP)-triacylglycerol substrates, revealed that stearate was the most suitable substrate… Expand

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