Optimization of Medium for Protease Production by Enterobacteriaceae sp. PAMC 25617 by Response Surface Methodology
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- Optimization of Medium for Protease Production by Enterobacteriaceae sp. PAMC 25617 by Response Surface Methodology
- Kim, Hyun-do
Han, Se Jong
- Antarctic Microorganism; Protease; Response Surface Methodology
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- Kim, Hyun-do, et al. 2015. "Optimization of Medium for Protease Production by Enterobacteriaceae sp. PAMC 25617 by Response Surface Methodology". Korean Chemical Engineering Research, 53(4): 524-529.
- This study was conducted to optimize the medium composition for cold-adaptive protease production of Enterobacteriaceae sp. by response surface methodology (RSM). Yeast extract, and TritonX-100 were identified as the
significant factors affecting protease from one-factor-at-a-time method. RSM studies for optimizing protease production of Enterobacteriaceae sp. have been carried out for three parameters including yeast extract concentration, TritonX-100 concentration, and culture pH. These significant factors were optimized as 6.690 g/L yeast extract, 0.018 g/L Triton™ X-10, and pH 6.677. The experimentally obtained protease activity was 8.03 U /L, and it became 1.5-fold increase before optimization.
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