Effects of Carbon and Nitrogen Sources on Activity of Cell Envelope Proteinase Produced by Lactobacillus plantarum LP69

Fangfang Cheng, He Chen, Ni Lei, Meng Zhang, Hongchang Wan
2019 Acta Universitatis Cibiniensis. Series E: Food Technology  
In present study, the effects of carbon sources (glucose, lactose, sucrose, galactose, maltose and soluble starch) and nitrogen sources (casein peptone, whey protein, soy peptone, yeast, tryptone, beef extract and peptone) on activity of cell envelope proteinases (CEP), specific activity, protein content, OD600 value and pH in MRS broth fermented by Lactobacillus plantarum LP69 were investigated by individual factor experiment. The results indicated that carbon and nitrogen sources have
more » ... ant influence on the activity of CEP and specific activitys of L. plantarum LP69, glucose, maltose, casein peptone and peptone are superior to other selected carbon and nitrogen sources. The optimum concentrations of glucose, maltose, casein peptone and peptone for L. plantarum LP69 are 2%, 2%, 1% and 1%; the activity of CEP are 19.52U/mL, 21.13U/mL, 13.49U/mL and 20.61U/mL, respectively.
doi:10.2478/aucft-2019-0002 fatcat:iyadqz5jn5a7vceeqjrwzyttfa