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ORIGINAL RESEARCH 

Volume 2 | Issue 2 |  June 2014 


Page Nos. 119- 123

Date of Online 30 June, 2014

 

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Liquid Whey: A Potential Substrate for Single Cell Protein Production from Bacillus subtilis NCIM 2010

 

Gomashe Ashok V, Pounikar Minakshi A and Gulhane Pranita A*

 


Department of Microbiology, S.S.E.S.A’s Science College, Congress Nagar, Nagpur-440012 (MS), India


*Corresponding Author email: pranita12@gmail.com

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ABSTRACT

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The term single cell protein (SCP) refers to dead, dry cells of micro-organisms. Single Cell Protein production was carried out from liquid whey by using Bacillus subtilis. It was observed that all the whey samples produced the Single Cell Protein (SCP).  In the present study, out of the 5 different whey samples, the whey sample-4 has shown high Single Cell Protein production (0.32 mg/ml) followed by whey sample-3 (0.28mg/ml), whey sample-2 (0.24mg/ml) and whey sample-1 and 5 has shown (0.16 mg/ml each) of SCP production. Thus liquid whey can be used for single cell protein production.


Keywords: Single Cell Protein, Bacillus subtilis, Liquid Whey

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Received: 13 April, 2014  |   Revised: 30 May, 2014  |  Revised Recived:05 June, 2014

Accepted:14 June, 2014 |  Published: 30 June 2014

 

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Gomashe Ashok V, Pounikar Minakshi A and Gulhane Pranita (2014) A Liquid Whey: A Potential Substrate for Single Cell Protein Production from Bacillus subtilis NCIM 2010, Int. j. of Life Sciences, 2(2): 119- 123.

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