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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Aspergillus Sp. Lipase: Potential Biocatalyst For Industrial Use
Author: Contesini F.J.
Lopes D.B.
MacEdo G.A.
Nascimento M.D.G.
Carvalho P.D.O.
Abstract: The lipases obtained from the genus Aspergillus present remarkable importance in biotechnological applications, and numerous studies have reported the importance of the fermentation parameters, such as nutrients, temperature and fermentation time. Moreover, many Aspergillus spp. lipases present several properties of immense industrial importance, such as their pH and temperature stability and excellent enantioselectivity. Different strategies have been used in order to immobilize crude or purified Aspergillus spp. lipases. Hence, Aspergillus spp. lipases have been studied for different industrial applications such as in the food and detergent industries, and also in the kinetic resolution of pharmaceuticals and chiral intermediates. This review highlights the production, purification, characterization, applications and immobilization of lipases from Aspergillus spp. © 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.molcatb.2010.07.021
Date Issue: 2010
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