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Title: BIOPROCESS OPTIMIZATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PHYTASE FROM AN ENVIRONMENTAL ISOLATE BACILLUS MCCB 242
Authors: Sareen Sarah, John
Reed, Robert H.
Bright Singh, I S
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Publisher: Cochin University Of Science And Technology
Abstract: A study was undertaken to isolate phytase producers from environment and to segregate the most highly efficient phytase producer and to develop a bioprocess technology for commercial application. During this process, a potential phytase producer Bacillus MCCB 242 was isolated and characterized phenotypically and genotypically. Subsequently, phytase production was optimized, the enzyme purified and characterized and an appropriate downstream process also could be standardized.Precisely, through this work an environmental isolate Bacillus MCCB 242 could be brought out as phytase producer for commercial application. The enzyme production could be optimized and characterized, and an appropriate downstream process standardized. Cytotoxicity studies revealed the enzyme safe for feed application, especially in fish.
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/4994
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