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Title: Degs and degu operon from Bacillus-brevis: a combination that enhances the production of commercially valuable enzymes
Authors: Louw, M
Reid, SJ
Keywords: Commercially valuable enzymes
Bacillus brevis
Organic waste
Issue Date: May-1995
Publisher: Bureau for Scientific Publishers
Citation: Louw, M and Reid SJ. 1995. Degs and degu operon from Bacillus-brevis: a combination that enhances the production of commercially valuable enzymes. South African Journal of Science, vol. 91(5), pp 212-213
Abstract: A novel method has been developed for increasing the production of commercially valuable enzymes, such as proteases, beta-glucanases, alpha-amylases and levansucrase. It is dependent on two genes cloned from Bacillus brevis, expressed on a multicopy vector and then transformed into a strain of B subtilis. This work holds promise particularly for multi-enzyme industrial processes such as in the biotreatment of organic waste.
Description: Copyright: 1995 Bureau for Scientific publishers
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/717
ISSN: 0038-2353
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