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Gizachew Haile

Jimma University, College of agriculture and veterinary medicine, Biotechnology program, Jimma, Ethiopia


Gizachew Haile currently works in Jimma University, College of agriculture and veterinary medicine, Biotechnology program, Jimma, Ethiopia.His research interests include Solid state fermentation,Alkaline protease.He has won many accolades in his field of research.

Properties of Alkaline Protease C45 Produced by Alkaliphilic Bacillus Sp. Isolated from Chitu, Ethiopian Soda Lake

A total of 240 alkaliphilic bacteria were isolated from samples collected from alkaline soda lakes of Ethiopia and were screened for the production of alkaline proteases. Of these, 30% were protease positive indicating the abundance of protease producing microorganisms in these habitats. The Bacillus sp. designated as C45 that grow in solid state m... Read More»

Gizachew Haile and Amare Gessesse

Research Article: J Biotechnol Biomaterial 2012, 2:136

DOI: 10.4172/2155-952X.1000136

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