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|Title:||Induced reactive oxygen species improve enzyme production from Aspergillus niger cultivation|
|Publisher:||KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBL|
|Citation:||BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS, 25(10), 821-825|
|Abstract:||Intracellular reactive oxygen species (iROS) induction by HOCl was used as a novel strategy to improve enzyme productivities in Aspergillus niger growing in a bioreactor. With induced iROS, the specific intracellular activities of alpha-amylase, protease, catalase, and glucose oxidase were increased by about 170%, 250%, 320%, and 260%, respectively. The optimum specific iROS level for achieving maximum cell concentration and enzyme production was about 15 mmol g cell(-1). The type of iROS inducing the enzyme production was identified to be a derivative of the superoxide radical.|
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