2018 Volume 5 Issue 1

Short Review on the Production of Protease: New Trends and Methodologies


Nikolai Samburov, Igor Pigorev, Alexey Glinushkin, Alexey Goncharov
Abstract

Proteases are classified as highly demanded enzymes with numerous plant, animal, and microbial sources. They play important roles in industrial and biotechnological applications, which create money making opportunities. Finding novel and emerging methods by which the cost could diminish is in demand. Thus, the target of this review is a sufficient presentation on physiological and biological activates of this enzymes, introduction and different types, and finally, recent studies on the pronunciation of agroindustry and other inexpensive sources and methods to produce proteases.


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