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International Microbiology

, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp 197–205 | Cite as

Extracellular lipase from Pseudomonas aeruginosa JCM5962(T): Isolation, identification, and characterization

  • Shweta Sachan
  • Mohammed Shariq Iqbal
  • Aditi Singh
Original Article
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Abstract

The study was done to isolate, identify, and characterize a good lipolytic strain from soil. Lipolytic strain isolation was done using tributyrin agar medium. The biochemical testing and 16S rRNA gene sequencing analysis was done for identification. The enzyme was purified using ammonium sulfate precipitation and column chromatography. Results have shown a novel high lipolytic strain of P. aeruginosa JCM5962(T), isolated from soil of sugarcane field. The 16S rRNA sequence analysis confirmed the strain as P. aeruginosa JCM5962(T); further, the sequence was submitted to Genbank (KX946966.1). The isolate produced an extracellular lipase which was purified as single band of 31 kDa. Maximum lipase activity was observed at 50 °C and pH 8.0. Activity was enhanced in the presence of cobalt and benzene solvent, whereas mercury, sodium dodecyl sulfate, and chloroform inhibited it. The enzyme’s marked stability and activity at high temperature, alkaline pH and organic solvents suggest that this can be effectively used in a variety of applications in industries and as biotechnological tools.

Keywords

Extracellular lipase Pseudomonas aeruginosa Metal ions Cobalt Benzene 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The authors are thankful to Chairperson, Pro VC, Amity University Lucknow campus and Head, Amity Institute of Biotechnology for providing support and all necessary facilities to conduct the work. Authors are also thankful to IMTECH, Chandigarh, for 16S rRNA sequencing.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Amity Institute of BiotechnologyAmity University Uttar PradeshLucknowIndia

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