Production optimization of invertase by Lactobacillus brevis Mm-6 and its immobilization on alginate beads
|dc.identifier.citation||Awad, G. and Amer, H. and El-Gammal, E. and Helmy, W. and Esawy, M. and Elnashar, M. 2013. Production optimization of invertase by Lactobacillus brevis Mm-6 and its immobilization on alginate beads. Carbohydrate Polymers. 93 (2): pp. 740-746.|
A sequential optimization strategy, based on statistical experimental designs, was employed to enhance the production of invertase by Lactobacillus brevis Mm-6 isolated from breast milk. First, a 2-level Plackett-Burman design was applied to screen the bioprocess parameters that significantly influence the invertase production. The second optimization step was performed using fractional factorial design in order to optimize the amounts of variables have the highest positive significant effect on the invertase production. A maximal enzyme activity of 1399 U/ml was more than five folds the activity obtained using the basal medium. Invertase was immobilized onto grafted alginate beads to improve the enzyme's stability. Immobilization process increased the operational temperature from 30 to 60°C compared to the free enzyme. The reusability test proved the durability of the grafted alginate beads for 15 cycles with retention of 100% of the immobilized enzyme activity to be more convenient for industrial uses. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.
|dc.title||Production optimization of invertase by Lactobacillus brevis Mm-6 and its immobilization on alginate beads|
|curtin.department||School of Biomedical Sciences|
|curtin.accessStatus||Fulltext not available|
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