keratinase

keratinase

 [ker´ah-tin-ās″]
a proteolytic enzyme that hydrolyzes keratin.

keratinase

(kĕr′ă-tĭ-nās)
An enzyme that hydrolyzes the protein keratin.
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Keratinase (KE), one of the proteases, was first isolated from the culture medium of Bacillus licheniformis PWD-1 [1,2].
Assessment of Keratinase and Other Hydrolytic Enzymes in Thermophilic Bacteria Isolated from Geothermal Areas in Patagonia Argentina.
However, these proteins can be attacked by microbial keratinases. A total of 54 bacterial strains isolated from poultry waste (feathers) samples were screened for extracellular enzyme production such as amylase, gelatinase, caseinase and keratinase.
(2014) stressed the importance of keratinase isolated from Actinomadura keratinilytica as a thermostable enzyme exhibiting high catalytic efficiency in compost.
keratinase, metalloprotease, lipase, and serine protease, which break and damage keratinized tissues.
From amongst nine bacterial keratinase producing isolates were found.
Almeida et al., "Inhibitory effect of linalool-rich essential oil from Lippia alba on the peptidase and keratinase activities of dermatophytes," Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry, vol.
Lakshmipriya et al., "Biotechnological aspects and perspective of microbial Keratinase production," BioMed Research International, vol.
[9.] Konwarh R, Karak N, Rai SK, Mukherjee AK (2009) Polymer-assisted iron oxide magnetic nanoparticle immobilized keratinase. Nanotechnology 20: 225-107.
Chicken feather digestions by Bacillus subtilis G8 culture and crude keratinase were comparatively investigated.
(15,18) The evoked scale sign results from the production of keratinase, which disrupts the stratum corneum.
Optimization of influential parameters for extracellular keratinase production by Bacillus subtilis (MTCC9102) in solid state fermentation using horn meal-a biowaste management, Appl Biochem Biotechnol, 160: 30-39.