Tanya Surya Utami et al. (2017) has been done
the production of dry extract extracellular lipase was formed by Aspergillus Niger
using solid state fermentation to catalyze biodiesel synthesis. Substrate was
obtained from rice bran and rice husk inducer with olive oil. wet crude extract
and supernatant was dried to increase the activity of lipase and final product
was formed dry extract or powder form.
Helen Treichel et al. (2015) has been done
the production of lipase from a newly isolated aspergillus niger by solid state
fermentation and substrate as a canola. The lipase was characterized
esterfication and hydrolytic activity, specificity and satiability.
Samanta Hernandez-Garci (2014) has been done
the purification, immobilization and characterization of a lipase was obtained
by aspergillus niger using c8 magnetic particles. Aspergillus niger crude extract
using magnetic particles with hydrophobic C8 aliphatic chain one step
purification step. Characterization was done when lipase digest on to MaKProt
Aliyu Saliyu et al.
(2016) has been done the production of lipase was formed by the aspergillus
niger using sheanut cake. Sheanut was act as a substrate and remainder
substance obtained after the extraction of fat from sheanut. Aspergillus niger
strain display potential and reduce anti nutritional components level and suitable
for feed formulation and produce lipase from solid state techniques.
Hamid mukhtar, Ikram ul Haq et al.(2015)
has been done the production of lipase was obtained from aspergillus niger from
solid state fermentation. Screening and isolation of fungal culture from soil
samples was done for the production of lipase by solid state fermentation.
Aspergillus niger was a good manufacturer of lipase. Enzymes production was
increased by optimizing fermentations parameters.
Gwen Falony,Janny Coca Armas
et al.(2006) has been done the production of extracellular lipase was obtained
from aspergillus niger by solid state fermentation and submerged fermentation
on a mineral culture medium and wheat bran. Culture medium was valid for both
ssf and smf. Aspergillus niger was a good maker for the extracellular lipase. It’s
important to optimize the fermentation process to increase the lipase
Maryam N. Hosseinpour. Ghasem D. et al. (2011)
looks at how Lipase was produced by aspergillus niger in the submerged
fermentation using soya flour. The most important nutrient was carbon and other
component nitrogen source and olive oil were required. The good nitrogen source
were peptone and yeast extract for supreme enzyme activities. Activities and
media composition of enzyme were determined.
Regiane Ribeirodos santos et
al. (2014) looks at how Lipase was produced by Aspergillus niger 11T53A14 in
the wheat bran. Aspergillus niger 11T53A14 was a well known good lipase
producer and wheat bran act as an substrate. The insertion of lipid substrate
as oil is crucial to achieved excessive lipase production. Microorganisms were
used in fermentation process inoculated into the medium including nitrogen,
sunflower soapstock and wheat bran.
Nehad Z.Adham et al. (2009) looks at how the
extracellular lipase was obtained by aspergillus niger NRRL3. The
characterization of aspergillus niger NRRL3 lipase would be sapplicable for
dairy products, flavouring and food processing. Extracellular lipase was
optimized from the strain aspergillus niger in submerged culture and determined
characterization of purified enzymes.
SHUZheng-Yu et al. (2007)
has been done the purification and characterization of lipase was obtained from
aspergillus niger F044. Aspergillus niger strain was produced with different
characterization and overproduction strain was isolated from oil stained soil
samples. Lipase was purified to homogeneity using ammonium sulphate precipitation,
ion exchange chromatography techniques.
Verónica Leticia Colin, Mario Domingo Baigorí
(2011) looks at how Mycelium bound lipase was formed by aspergillus niger
MYA135, was studied Cultured in the absence or presence of olive oil in
biodiesel synthesis. Lipase produced in transesterfication of ethanol using
p-nitro phenyl palmite as acyl donor.
Mhetras et al. (2009) has been done the purification and characterization of
acidic lipase was obtained from aspergillus niger NCIM 1207. It is active at
high acidic ph. Aspergillus niger was NCIM 1207 was produced excessive amount
of extracellular lipase. Aspergillus niger was purified ammonium sulphate
precipitation by phenyl sepharose and sephacryl-100 chromatography. Enzymes
showed a single band on SDS-PAGE. Purification of lipase and mass spectrometric
analysis done by the purified proteins. Aim of work to purify and characterize
lipase produced under submerged fermentation. It has ability for industrial
application for the flavor and biodiesel production.
Guang Liu· Songqing Hu et al.(2015) has been
done the purification and characterization of lipase was obtained from
aspergillus niger AN0512. Lipase was high thermostability and polar organic
solvent stable. Lipase was purified from the fermentation broth of aspergillus niger
which was isolate from yak butter. The activity of AN0512 was measured with
p-nitrophenylpalamitate. Lipase was separated by precipitation at first then
purified by ion exchange, hydrophobic interaction, size exclusion
Analía Marini et al. (2011).looks
at how Lipase was isolate from solid culture medium of aspergillus niger NRRL3
two phase produced with polyethylene glycol and potassium phosphate. Separation
of enzyme by ATPS formed by PEG1000/pi at ph7 PEG2000/Ci ph 5.2 isolate
extracellular lipase from aspergillus niger strain in submerged culture and
Hidayat, Sari Darmasiwi et al.(2015) has been done characterization of
lipase was found from aspergillus niger65i6 which was produced by solid state fermentation using Jatropha seed
cake as the medium. Jatroha seed have high level of protein, suitable, and
highly potential as a medium for lipase production. One step purification was
done by anion exchange chromatography. aspergillus niger was alkaline, and
lipase had ability to hydrolyze long chain fatty acid of acylglycerol. It was
steady with polar organic solvent.
Tania Maria Costa, Katia
Luiza Hermann et al. (2017) has been done production of lipase was found
from aspergillus niger grown in different agro-industrial waste by solid state
different carbon sources. Purpose of this study was to assess the effect of the
composition of the solid culture medium on the production of lipolytic enzymes
by the fungus strain Aspergillus
niger. The mixture of wheat bran, rice, glucose, husk showed to be good medium
for lipase production and strong instrument for finding the optimal
composition of the culture medium in the production of lipolytic enzymes by
Aspergillus niger, which is esssential feature for the progress of SSF
Jia Jia, 1 Xiaofeng Yang el al. (2015) has
been done production of extracellular lipase from an industrial producing
strain aspergillus niger was improved optimization. Aim of the work was to the
influential parameters were determined and optimization of fermentation medium
for the industrial production strain by a series of single-factor experiments,
Box-Behnken Design BBD method which can also access the result and connection
of different medium components. This study also given obliging experiences for
production of industrial advancement.
NG (2007) has been done the production of lipase from aspergillus niger MTCC
2594 by mixed substrate solid state fermentation using wheat bran (WB) and
gingelly oil cake (GOC). Wheat bran and gingelly oil cake was used as a raw,
material or substrate for the production of enzyme and other value-added