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Exogenous gluco amylases of molds of the aspergillus genus



Exogenous gluco amylases of molds of the aspergillus genus



Prikladnaya Biokhimiya i Mikrobiologiya 17(4): 569-574



The ability to accumulate extracellular glucoamylase was studied in 153 strains of Aspergillus. Glucoamylases synthesized by Aspergillus differ significantly in their heat and acid stability. Optimal conditions for cultivation of producers assuring maximal accumulation of acid- and thermostable glucoamylases were determined. Acidic medium (up to pH 2.0) enhances accumulation of acid-stable form and increased temperature (40.degree. C) thermostable form of the enzyme.

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