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Title: Alkaline protease production by marine fungus engyodontium BTMFS 10
Authors: Sreeja, Chellappan
Chandrasekaran, M
Keywords: Protease
Marine fungus
Microbial enzymes
Issue Date: Oct-2005
Publisher: Cochin University of Science and Technology
Citation: Department of Biotechnology
Abstract: The thesis entitled “Alkaline Protease Production by Marine Fungus Engyodontium BTMFS 10”.Proteases are the single class of enzymes, which occupy a pivotal position with respect to their application in both physiological and commercial filed. Protease in the industrial market is expected to increase further in the coming year. The current trend is to use microbial enzymes since they provide a greater diversity of catalytic activities and can be produced more economically. Main objective of theses studies are the optimization of various physicochemical factors in the solid state fermentation for the production of alkaline protease enzyme, characterization of the enzyme, evaluation of the enzyme for various industrial application. The result obtained the during the course of theses study indicate the scope for the utilization of this study Marine Fungus E. Album for extra cellular protease production employing solid state fermentation
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/1087
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