alkaline protease

alkaline protease

A protease works optimally at a pH of 8 to 11. Alkaline proteases are used in washing powders and hair removal from cattle hide, and are produced by bacteria, silkworms and other organisms.
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Microbial proteases like Bacillus licheniformis alkaline protease, Aspergillus oryze validase, Bacillus subtilis neutral protease produced peptides with antioxidant potential [37].
Production and biochemical characterization of an alkaline protease from Aspergillus oryzae CH93.
Patke and his colleagues, Chaphalkar and his colleagues had reported protease activity in isolated Actinomycetes (40,41), Hiroshi Tsujib isolated an alkaline protease from alkalophilic actinomycete, N.
reported this year that clove bud oil affects pseudomonal proteases (elastase A, elastase B, protease IV and alkaline protease), attenuating significant viral mechanisms of this noted human disease agent while bolstering host immunomodulatory functions.
The culture positive for alkaline protease was grown by 100 mL of synthetic medium containing (g/L) nutrient broth with glucose (5 g), peptone (7.5 g), NaCl (5 g), FeS[O.sub.4].7[H.sub.2]O(0.1 g), MgS[O.sub.4].7[H.sub.2]0(5 g) with the pH 10.0.
Most of the neutral and alkaline protease that are commercial serine proteases are produced from bacteria of the genus Bacillus.
Alcalase [25-27], actinase [22], and alkaline protease [31] were used to prepare the bioactive peptides and enzymatic hydrolysates (EHs) from SF/silkworm powder.
(11.) Coral G, Arikan B, Unaldi M, Guvenmez H (2003) Thermostable alkaline protease produced by an Aspergillus niger strain.
Naik, "Pigeon pea waste as a novel, inexpensive, substrate for production of a thermostable alkaline protease from thermoalkalophilic Bacillus sp.
Among these commercially important enzymes are the protease enzymes: alkaline protease possesses the property of a great stability when used in detergents and protease enzymes have found applications in bioindustries such as washing powders, food industry, leather processing, and pharmaceuticals and for studies in biology [11,12].