L-glutaminase production by marine fungi

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Title: L-glutaminase production by marine fungi
Author: Sabu,A; Chandrasekaran,M
Abstract: This study presents the L-Glutaminase Production by Marine Fungi. Enzymes are involved in all aspects of biochemical conversion from the simple enzyme or fermentation conversion to the complex techniques in genetic engineering. Enzyme industry is one among the major industries of the world and there exists a great market for enzymes in general. Food industry is recognized as the largest consumer for commercial enzymes (Lon sane and Ramakrishna, 1989). In industry, enzymes are frequently used for process improvement, for instance to enable the utilization of new types of raw materials or for improving the physical properties of a material so that it can be more easily processed. They are the focal point of biotechnological processe. The marine biosphere is one of the richest of the earth's innumerable habitats, yet is one of the least well characterized. The marine biosphere covers more than two third of the world's surface, our knowledge of marine microorganisms, in particular fungi, is still very limited (Molitoris and Schumann, 1986). The results obtained in the present study the following conclusions are drawn. Beauveria bassiana isolated form marine sediment has immense potential as an Industrial organism for production of L-glutaminase as an extracellular enzyme employing either submerged fermentnation or solid state fermentation
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/1006
Date: 1999-12


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