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Enhanced production of protease by Pseudoalteromonas arctica PAMC 21717 via statistical optimization of mineral components and fed-batch fermentation

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Title
Enhanced production of protease by Pseudoalteromonas arctica PAMC 21717 via statistical optimization of mineral components and fed-batch fermentation
Authors
Han, Se Jong
Park, Heeyong
Kim, Sunghui
Kim, Dockyu
Park, Ha Ju
Yim, Joung Han
Subject
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology
Keywords
Fermentation; Pseudoalteromonas arctica PAMC 21717; Psychrophile; Statistical mineral optimization; W-Pro21717
Issue Date
2016
Citation
Han, Se Jong., et al. 2016. Enhanced production of protease by Pseudoalteromonas arctica PAMC 21717 via statistical optimization of mineral components and fed-batch fermentation. PREPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY, 46(4): 328-335.
Abstract
The objective of this study was to statistically optimize the mineral components of the nutritional medium required for enhancing the production of a cold-active extracellular serine-type protease, W-Pro21717, by the Antarctic bacterium Pseudoalteromonas arctica PAMC 21717. Skim milk was identified as the major efficient inducer. Among the 12 components included in the unoptimized medium, skim milk, NaCl, Na2SO4, Fe(C6H5O7) (ferric citrate), and KCl were determined, by the Plackett?Burman and Box? Behnken design, to have a major effect on W-Pro21717 production. Fed-batch fermentation (5 L scale) using the mineral-optimized medium supplemented with concentrated skim milk (critical medium component) resulted in a W-Pro21717 activity of 53.4 U/L, a 15-fold increment in production over that obtained using unoptimized flask culture conditions. These findings could be applied to scale up the production of cold-active protease.
DOI
10.1080/10826068.2015.1031390
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