Statistical Optimization and Partial Characterization of Amylases Produced by Halotolerant Penicillium Sp

@inproceedings{Gouda2013StatisticalOA,
  title={Statistical Optimization and Partial Characterization of Amylases Produced by Halotolerant Penicillium Sp},
  author={Mona K. Gouda and Yasser Elbahloul},
  year={2013}
}
The production of extracellular amylase by the halotolerant fungus Penicillium sp. was statistically optimized in a submerged cultivation. Maximum enzyme production was obtained after two days of incubation in a medium containing 10% (w/v) NaCl, in addition to MgSO .7H O 1% and 1% (w/v) of 4 2 starch. The optimum pH for growth and enzyme production was 4. Partial characterization of the crude enzyme revealed the presence of two enzymes with pH-optima at 9 and 11. Further more, the optimum… CONTINUE READING
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