Surfactants as stimulants of enzyme production by microorganisms.

@article{Reese1969SurfactantsAS,
  title={Surfactants as stimulants of enzyme production by microorganisms.},
  author={E. T. Reese and A. Maguire},
  journal={Applied microbiology},
  year={1969},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={
          242-5
        }
}
The addition of Tween 80 and sucrose monopalmitate, nonionic surfactants, to fungal cultures resulted in marked increases in yields of the enzymes cellulase, amylase, sucrase, beta-1 --> 3 glucanase, xylanase, purine nucleosidase, and benzoyl esterase. The action appears to be an effect of the surfactant on cell permeability. 
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