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Table 4 Comparison of intracellular catalase production from Geobacillus sp. BSS-7 with other microorganisms

From: Tailoring nutritional and process variables for hyperproduction of catalase from a novel isolated bacterium Geobacillus sp. BSS-7

Microbial source Production media (g/l)* Process parameters Catalase production Reference
pH Temp.
(°C)
Time (h) Inoculum
size
Agitation (rpm)/stationary
Geobacillus sp. BSS-7 Suc (5.5), YE (10.0), BaCl2 (0.8) 7.0 60 12 5 %, (v/v) 150 105000 ± 2563 IU/mg Present study
Rhizobium radiobacter Strain 2-1 Pep (10), YE (5), NaCl (10), H2O2 (0.5) (–) 30 20 (–) 130 30420 ± 1083 IU/mg [8]
Serratia marcescens SYBC08 CSTL (33.8), citric acid (30) 7.0 30 40 4 % (v/v) 400 20289 IU/ml [28]
Exiguobacterium
oxidotolerans T-2-2T
Pep (8.0), YE (3.0), Sodium succinate (5.0), Aminolevulinic acid (2.0 mM), Tween 60 (1.0) 7.5 27 24 (–) 60 16000 IU/ml [9]
Psychrobacter piscatorii Pep (8), YE (3), NaCl (5), H2O2 (10 mM) (–) 27 (–) (–) (–) 12000 IU/mg [33]
Bacillus halodurans LBK 261 Glu (3), YE (5), Pep (5), KH2PO4 (1), NaCl (1.5), NaNO3 (10), CaCl2H2O (1.7), FeSO7H2O (1.3), MnCl4H2O (15.1), ZnSO7H2O (0.25), H3BO3 (2.5),CuSO5H2O (0.12), Na2MoO2H2O (0.12), Co(NO3)6H 2 O (0.23), H2SO4 (2.5 ml) 10 55 (–) (–) 200 275 IU/g [13]
  1. Glu glucose; Pep peptone; YE yeast extract; CSTL corn steep liquor powder; Suc sucrose; (–) Data not available