A Review on Production of Polygalacturonase Using Various Organisms and Its Applications

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A. Radha
R. Sneha
R. Kiruthiga
P. Priyadharshini
N. Prabhu

Abstract

Polygalacturonase is a pectinolytic enzyme that catalyses the hydrolytic cleavage of the polygalacturonic linkage chain. An enzyme is a polygalacturonase is expressed in fruits. The polygalacturonase produced from various organisms isolated from various fruits. The solid-state fermentation was used in the production of polygalacturonase. The production of PG was found at various incubation period and pH and temperature are using fruits as best nitrogen and carbon sources. Although they have other parts of the genome they are active in the fruit. Peak expression requires a full range of promoter and saturation lines. Based on the physicochemical properties of the purified enzymes, this enzyme possesses great potential for industrial and biotechnological application such as oil extraction, fruit clarifications.

Keywords:
Polygalacturonase, microorganism, fermentation, optimum culture conditions.

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Radha, A., Sneha, R., Kiruthiga, R., Priyadharshini, P., & Prabhu, N. (2019). A Review on Production of Polygalacturonase Using Various Organisms and Its Applications. Asian Journal of Biotechnology and Bioresource Technology, 5(3), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajb2t/2019/v5i330063
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