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African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) visceral protease: its specific activity and molecular weight at different purification stages
The fish consumption has increased tremendously due to the dramatic increase in world population. Catfish, the most cultivated species worldwide, showed an increasing trend in global production from year to year. Hence, loads of fish by-products (FBP) were generated especially viscera, materials rich in digestive enzyme notably protease. FBP is often thrown away without any attempt of recovery leading to serious environmental pollution and disposal problems. However, the application of certaindoi:10.26656/fr.2017.5(2).447 fatcat:iqut4y3mircufpir7auond6rq4