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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Bacterial alkaline protease has got its particular ecofriendly technical applications in leather processing, detergent and feathers digestion to feed in Bangladesh.
Response surface optimization of medium composition for alkaline protease production by Bacillus clausii.
Adinarayana K, Ellaiah P (2002) Response surface optimization of the critical medium components for the production of alkaline protease by a newly isolated Bacillus sp.
2011), by studying the production of an alkaline protease Prot-2 by Botrytis cinerea, found an optimum pH of 8.
Production of alkaline protease by a new Aspergillus flavus isolate under solid-substrate fermentation conditions for use as a depilation agent.
The topics include the test and study of a soybean storage anti-grading device, the virtual and optimized design of the mechanical arm of a forestry felling and cultivation machine, workplace analysis and calculation for the manipulator of an explosive-handling robot in mines, purifying and characterizing an alkaline protease from Bacillus alcalophilus, a new power flow control and management method based on a multi-line transmission/distribution system, and protecting and symbolizing innovation of manufacturing process of blue and white porcelain.