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Indian Journal of Chemical Technology
Production of xylanase from agro-industrial by-product such as wheat straw has been optimized. The wheat straw is subjected to heat treatment under mild alkaline conditions for the extraction of xylo-oligosaccarides, which serve as both an inducer and a carbon source for fungal growth and xylanase production under submerged fermentation. The statistical approach of response surface methodology has been employed for the optimization of different nitrogen sources. The production of xylanase isfatcat:bwfm646yhnexziwn6fdyl3llgi