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Concomitant Production of α-Amylase and Protease by Bacillus Aerius Strain FPWSHA Isolated from Food Wastes
Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry
Amylase and protease are enzymes that have potential applications in the food industry, detergent formulation, pharmaceuticals, waste degradation, and the dehairing process in the leather-making industry. In the current study, fifty-six bacteria were isolated from food wastes and screened for amylase and protease production. Biochemical tests and 16S rRNA gene sequencing were used to characterize and identify bacterial strains. Ten potential isolates with high extracellular enzyme secretiondoi:10.33263/briac134.310 fatcat:s6glqtjmrza75l5zgubksf4ypu