Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 12, Issue 5, pp 568–570 | Cite as

The lipase of the fungus Rhizopus microsporus, UZLT-1

  • K. Davranov
  • M. Z. Zakirov
  • M. I. Rizaeva
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Summary

1. An active lipase enzyme has been isolated from the culture liquid of the fungusRhizopus microsporus, UZLT-1, by precipitation with isopropanol, gel filtration on Sephadexes G-75 and G-150, and chromatography on CM-cellulose. Some properties of the purified enzyme (optimum pH, heat stability, influence of various ions) have been studied.

Keywords

Lipase Culture Liquid Active Fraction Heat Stability Tributyrin 

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  • K. Davranov
  • M. Z. Zakirov
  • M. I. Rizaeva

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