RV: Fungal enzymes for Industry

Nubia Esperanza Ramírez Pabón nramirez at ecopetrol.com.co
Mon Jul 10 12:01:18 EST 2000

We are working in this field too. we are producing laccase in solid state
fermentation using P. ostreatus and we got good results with phenol
biodegradation. I appreciate if we can share expiriences. We must immobilize
this enzime for doing wastewater treatment. If you are inetrested only
answer me and we can share info

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De: Leonardo Mogollón Galvis 
Enviado el: Jueves 23 de Marzo de 2000 7:41 AM
Para: Nubia Esperanza Ramírez Pabón; María Carolina Vargas Funquene
Asunto: RV: Fungal enzymes for Industry

Hola chicas esta info parece de utilidad. 

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De: lilia at bas.bg [mailto:lilia at bas.bg] 
Enviado el: Jueves 23 de Marzo de 2000 02:55 AM
Para: microbio at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Asunto: Fungal enzymes for Industry

We are a team from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of
Microbiology, Department of Microbial biosynthesis and biothechnology.
Here we are presenting shortly our research topics:
1. Biosynthesis of extracellular acid proteinases and acid phosphatases
as well as xylanases by fungal sources.
2. Immobilization of fungal mycelium in polyhydroxyethylmetacrylate,
polyuretan sponge and synthetic cross-linkable pre-polymer -
poly(vinylalkohol) mixed with poly(ethylene glycol)  and obtaining of
highly productive and stable biocatalysts.
3. Purification of enzymes and their application in food industry, e.g.
- casein modification by phosphoprotein-phosphohydrolazes
-xylanase in bread baking industry
We are looking for sponsors, collaborators and everybody interested in
the same subject matter, to share opinions, to cooperate projects.
Assoc. Prof.PhD-Microbiology -  Penka Aleksieva, PhD-student M.Sc of
Biothechnology - Sophiya Micheva



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