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Use of sugarcane bagasse and grass hydrolysates as carbon sources for xylanase production by Bacillus circulans D1 in submerged fermentation

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36571 45137 2005 7 PDF Available
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Use of sugarcane bagasse and grass hydrolysates as carbon sources for xylanase production by Bacillus circulans D1 in submerged fermentation
Abstract

The use of sugarcane bagasse and grass as low cost raw material for xylanase production by Bacillus circulans D1 in submerged fermentation was investigated. The microorganism was cultivated in a mineral medium containing hydrolysate of bagasse or grass as carbon source. High production of enzyme was obtained during growth in media with bagasse hydrolysates (8.4 U/mL) and in media with grass hydrolysates (7.5 U/mL). Xylanase production in media with hydrolysates was very close to that obtained in xylan containing media (7.0 U/mL) and this fact confirm the feasibility of using this agro-industrial byproducts by B. circulans D1 as an alternative to save costs on the enzyme production process.

Keywords
Xylanase; Bacillus; Sugarcane; Grass; Hydrolysates
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Process Biochemistry - Volume 40, Issue 12, December 2005, Pages 3653–3659
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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