Industrial Production of Enzyme

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Industrial Production and Utilization of Enzymes
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Enzyme Production
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Cost of Purification The effect of number of steps on the yield and costs in a typical enzyme purification process. For example, Step Specific activity Unit/mg Cost per weight ($/mg) Cost per activity ($/unit) 1 1 1.00 1 3 4 1.47 2 9 19 2.13 3 27 83 3.08 4 81 358 4.92 5 243 1536 6.32
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Biologically active enzymes may be extracted from any living organism: Of the hundred enzymes being used industrially, - over a half are from fungi - over a third are from bacteria with the remainder divided between animal (8%) and plant (4%) sources . Sources of Enzymes
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Sources f Enzymes Microbes are preferred to plants and animals as sources of enzymes because: - They are generally cheaper to produce. - Their enzyme contents are more predictable and controllable. - Plant and animal tissues contain more potentially harmful materials than microbes, including phenolic compounds (from plants).
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Enzyme EC Sources Application α -Amylase 3.2.1.1 Aspergillus
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course CHM 3210 taught by Professor Kennell during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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