Journal: Inter. J. of Chemical and Analytical Science

Article Id: JPRS-MD-0000378
Title: Segregation and categorization of chitinase producing bacteria using exoskeleton of Penaeus indicus as a substrate from Sagar Island, Sunderbans.
Category: Marine Drugs
Section: Research Article
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    The enzyme chitinase, produced by various bacteria in both terrestrial and marine environment is used for the degradation of chitin which possesses several industrial applications. In the present study acid treated rudimentary exoskeleton of marine white shrimp, Penaeus indicus, powder is used as a substrate for the segregation of chitinase producing bacteria, Serratia marcescens and Pseudomonas aeruginosa from Sagar Island of Sunderbans coastal environment.

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    Upasana Ghosh*,Somnath Chakraborty

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    Faculty of Marine Science,Centre of Advanced Study in Marine Biology,Annamalai University,Parangipettai – 608502, Tamil Nadu, India

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    Miss. Upasana Ghosh
    Faculty of Marine Science,Centre of Advanced Study in Marine Biology,Annamalai
    University,Parangipettai – 608502, Tamil Nadu, India.


    Received on: 20-05-2010; Revised on: 16-06-2010; Accepted on:15-07-2010

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    Upasana Ghosh*,Somnath Chakraborty

    Title:Segregation and categorization of chitinase producing bacteria using exoskeleton of Penaeus indicus as a substrate from Sagar Island, Sunderbans.
    Journal:Inter. J. of Chemical and Analytical Science
    Vol(issue):1 (August)
    Year:2010
    Page No: (193-194)
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    Methodology:Segregation and categorization
    Research Materials:chitinase

Keywords

Chitin Chitinase shrimp exoskeleton powder Serratia marcescens Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

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