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dc.contributor.authorWatsana Penkhrueen_US
dc.contributor.authorApinun Kanpiengjaien_US
dc.contributor.authorChartchai Khanongnuchen_US
dc.contributor.authorKazuo Masakien_US
dc.contributor.authorWasu Pathom-Areeen_US
dc.contributor.authorWinita Punyodomen_US
dc.contributor.authorSaisamorn Lumyongen_US
dc.description.abstract© 2017 Taylor & Francis. This study aims to find the optimal medium and conditions for polylactic acid (PLA)-degrading enzyme production by Amycolatopsis sp. SCM_MK2-4. Screening of the most effective components in the enzyme production medium by Plackett–Burman design revealed that the silk cocoon and PLA film were the most significant variables enhancing the PLA-degrading enzyme production. After an response surface methodology, a maximum amount of PLA-degrading enzyme activity at 0.74 U mL−1was predicted and successfully validated at 95% after 0.39% (w/v) silk cocoon and 1.62% (w/v) PLA film were applied to the basal medium. The optimal initial pH value, temperature, and inoculum size were evaluated by a method considering one-factor-at-a-time. The values were recorded at an initial pH in the range of 7.5–9.0, a temperature of 30–32°C, and an inoculum size of 4–10%. The highest activity of approximately 0.95 U mL−1was achieved after 4 days of cultivation using the optimized medium and under optimized conditions in a shake flask. Upscaling to the use of a 3-L stirred tank fermenter was found to be successful with a PLA-degrading activity of 5.53 U mL−1; which represents a 51-fold increase in the activity compared with that obtained from the nonoptimized medium and conditions in the shake flask.en_US
dc.subjectBiochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biologyen_US
dc.titleEffective enhancement of polylactic acid-degrading enzyme production by Amycolatopsis sp. strain SCM_MK2-4 using statistical and one-factor-at-a-time approachesen_US
article.title.sourcetitlePreparative Biochemistry and Biotechnologyen_US
article.volume47en_US Mai Universityen_US Research Institute of Brewingen_US
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