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A novel phospholipase B (TLPLB) from Thermotoga lettingae TMO has been cloned, functionally overexpressed in Escherichia coli and purified to homogeneity. Gas chromatography indicated that the enzyme could efficiently hydrolyze both the sn-1 and sn-2 ester bonds of 1-palmitoyl-2-oleoyl phosphatidylcholine as phospholipase B. TLPLB was optimally active at 70
Enzymes for Improving Oil Yield in Palm Oil Extraction C. L. RATHI Advanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd., India Montreal, July 2017 World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology,Think of Life Think of Enzymes Think of us!
The extraction efficiency will be enhanced by EAE due to the hydrolytic action of the enzymes on the components of the cell wall and membrane and the macromolecules inside the cell which facilitate the release of the natural 66
Thermophilic enzymes are potentially applicable in a wide range of industrial processes mainly due to their extraordinary operational stability at high temperatures and denaturant tolerance. Such enzymes are used in the chemical, food, pharmaceutical, paper, textile and other industries [ 182185 ].
Isolation and Characterization of Thermophilic Alkaline Lipase Produced by Different Bacterial Species from Oil-contaminated Soil Suitable for Detergent Industries May 2019 Project: Lipase
The mechanism and nature of the thermostability of enzymes from thermophilic fungi is reported to be comparatively lower as compared to thermophilic bacteria and archae. Hence, further characterization of amino acid residues related to thermostability is necessary for comprehensive understanding of their role in the thermostability of cellulases from
Thermostable alkaline lipase from a newly isolated thermophilic Bacillus, strain A30-1 (ATCC 53841), J Ferment Bioeng 79 ( 1995 ) , pp. 433438 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar
vegetable oil processing factories, dairy plants, and soil contaminated with oil and oilseeds among others . Vishnupriya et al.  studied the lipase production by Sterptomyces grisesus and obtained maximum
Nutritional and bioactive compounds in dried tomato processing waste Violeta Nour a, Tatiana D. Panaite b, Mariana Ropota , Raluca Turcub, Ion Trandafirc and Alexandru R. Corbua aDepartment of Horticulture & Food Science, University of Craiova, Craiova, Romania; bLaboratory of Chemistry and Nutrition Physiology,