|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|34208||45010||2015||14 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||دانلود رایگان|
• Multi-CLEA of protease and lipase activities was successfully prepared.
• Optimum preparation parameters of Multi-CLEA were determined using FCCCD under RSM.
• Multi-CLEA was recycled up to 5 cycles.
• Multi-CLEA showed higher stability than the free lipase and protease.
• Multi-CLEA successfully catalyzed two separate reactions.
This study focused on the production of a novel multi-CLEA comprising the enzyme activities of lipase and protease from fish viscera. A multi-CLEA is a single biocatalyst that can catalyze separate unrelated reactions, but these reactions can be conducted in one application. Tests pertaining to the effect of various additives on the multi-CLEA’s activity were performed. Response Surface Methodology’s Face Centered Central Composite Design (FCCCD) was employed to optimize the preparation parameters of the multi-CLEA in an aqueous medium. It was found that 55% (w/v) of ammonium sulfate, 65 mM of glutaraldehyde, and 0.113 mM of bovine serum albumin were the optimum levels of additives to prepare the multi-CLEA with the protease and lipase recovery activity of 43.82% and 99.91%, respectively. Multi-CLEAs were found to retain an average of more than 34% of the initial activity after five consecutive batches for both enzymes. Finally, the multi-CLEA was utilized to catalyze two reactions: improved washing process and biodiesel production. The stain removal percentage of a commercial detergent was improved by 67.78% after adding multi-CLEA. In addition, the multi-CLEA catalyzed biodiesel production from vegetable oil with a percentage conversion of 51.7%. Such results demonstrated that the multi-CLEA is a promising catalyst for biotechnological applications.
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Journal: Process Biochemistry - Volume 50, Issue 12, December 2015, Pages 2144–2157