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A new alkaline elastase of an alkalophilic bacillus

Biochemistry International

Nov 1, 1983

Y C TsaiG Tamura

PMID: 6385982

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A new alkaline elastase was purified from the culture broth of an alkalophilic Bacillus sp. Ya-B. This was a serine proteinase. Molecular weight was 25,000. The optimum pH for elastin and casein was 11.75. The enzyme had very high specific activity, 12,400 units/mg protein for casein, a...read more

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Casein allergenic extract
ELN gene
Caseins
Dysentery, Bacillary
Keratin
Subtilisins
Bacillus species
Endopeptidases
Subtilisin Carlsberg
Cytokeratin
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A new alkaline elastase of an alkalophilic bacillus

Biochemistry International

Nov 1, 1983

Y C TsaiG Tamura

PMID: 6385982

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Abstract

A new alkaline elastase was purified from the culture broth of an alkalophilic Bacillus sp. Ya-B. This was a serine proteinase. Molecular weight was 25,000. The optimum pH for elastin and casein was 11.75. The enzyme had very high specific activity, 12,400 units/mg protein for casein, a...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Casein allergenic extract
ELN gene
Caseins
Dysentery, Bacillary
Keratin
Subtilisins
Bacillus species
Endopeptidases
Subtilisin Carlsberg
Cytokeratin

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