alexa Hyper-production of Alkaline Protease by Mutagenic Treatment of Bacillus subtilis M-9 using Agroindustrial Wastes in Submerged Fermentation

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Hyper-production of Alkaline Protease by Mutagenic Treatment of Bacillus subtilis M-9 using Agroindustrial Wastes in Submerged Fermentation

Green chemistry technologies are the powerful tool for the management of environmental wastes challenges. Agro industrial residues are composed of complex polysaccharides that support the microbial growth for the production of useful products (enzymes, organic acids, drugs, etc.). Disposal and environment friendly management of these wastes has become a global priority. The aim of present investigation was to improve the alkaline protease yield by treating the parent Bacillus subtilis M-9 strain with different mutagens UV-irradiations, N-methyl-N-nitro- N-nitrosoguinidine (NTG), Ethidium bromide (EB), using agroindustrial wastes (banana stalk and corn stover) in submerged fermentation.

Citation:Javed S, Bukhari SA, Meraj M, Mahmood S (2013) Hyper-production of Alkaline Protease by Mutagenic Treatment of Bacillus subtilis M-9 using Agroindustrial Wastes in Submerged Fermentation. J Microb Biochem Technol 5:074-080. doi: 10.4172/1948-5948.1000103

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