publication . Article . 2001

Uso de alfa-metil-D-glucosídeo, um análogo sintético de maltose, como indutor de produção de amilases por Aspergillus sp em fermentação submersa e fermentação em estado sólido

Fabiana G. Moreira; Veridiana Lenartovicz; Cristina G.M. de Souza; Edivan P. Ramos; Rosane M. Peralta;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2001
  • Publisher: Sociedade Brasileira de Microbiologia
Abstract
The use of a methyl-D-glucoside (alphaMG), a synthetic analogue of maltose, as carbon source and inducer of amylase synthesis to several species of Aspergillus was studied in submerged and solid-state fermentations. Among a group of ten species, A. tamarii, A. fumigatus and A. flavus were able to produce biomass and high specific amylolytic activity in submerged cultures containing alphaMG as the only carbon source. In solid state fermentation, the enrichment of basal wheat bran or corn cob medium with alphaMG increased up to 3 times the production of amylases. In both submerged and solid state fermentations, alphaMG was more effective inducer of amylases than m...
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free text keywords: amylase, Aspergillus, solid-state fermentation, submerged fermentation, amilase, Aspergillus sp., fermentação em estado sólido, fermentação submersa, Microbiology, Bran, Biomass, biology.protein, biology, Maltose, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Inducer, Biochemistry, Starch, biology.organism_classification
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publication . Article . 2001

Uso de alfa-metil-D-glucosídeo, um análogo sintético de maltose, como indutor de produção de amilases por Aspergillus sp em fermentação submersa e fermentação em estado sólido

Fabiana G. Moreira; Veridiana Lenartovicz; Cristina G.M. de Souza; Edivan P. Ramos; Rosane M. Peralta;