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Table 1 Microbial source of Lipase and their industrial application

From: Microbial lipases and their industrial applications: a comprehensive review

Microbial Sources Applications References
Fungal species
 Fusarium solani NFCCL 4084 Halophilic lipase for biodiesel production [470]
 Yarrowia lipolytica Degrades very efficiently hydrophobic and unusual substrates such as n-alkanes, oils, fats, and fatty acids as low-cost carbon sources [670]
 Aspergillus oryzae Saturated fatty acids synthesized, faster cheese ripening, flavour customized cheese [671]
 Rhizomucor javanicus (meih) Non-hydrogenated solid fats [672]
 Rhizomucor miehei Cocoa-butter equivalents [673]
 Geotrichum candidum and C. antarctica Through biocatalytic processes preparation of chiral intermediates which synthesized the pharmaceutical compounds related to the elimination of bad cholesterol for the treatment of the Alzheimer’s disease [674]
 Candida antarctica Oils and fats enriched, removal of size lubricants, denim finishing [675]
 Candida rugosa Human Milk fat substitute [676]
 Candida lipolytica Cheese ripening, Fatty acid production [670]
 Penicillium camembertii Production of glycerolglycolipids [672]
Synthesis of saturated triacyl glycerides [677, 678]
 Trichoderma lanuginosus Produced a lipase containing detergent ‘LipoPrime® [16]
 Penicillium roquefortii Production of characteristic flavor of blue cheese in dairy products [679].
 Aspergillus niger Faster cheese ripening, flavor customized cheese, Dough stability and conditioning [680]
 Meyerozyma guilliermondii Promising feed lipase using cheese whey [681]
 A. niger GZUF36 Potential of the enzyme in the synthesis of functional oils [526]
 Aspergillus flavus Fat stain elimination; Synthesis of pharmaceuticals, polymers, biodiesels, biosurfactants [682]
 Candida antarctica Pitch control in paper and pulp industry, Polycondensation, ring opening polymerization of lactones, carbonates in polymer [674]
 Rhizomucor meihei As a biocatalyst in personal care products such as skin and sun-tan creams, bath oils etc [683]
 Rhizomucor meihei Surfactants for baking industry, dairy products, Noodles [684]
 Rhizomucor miehei Oils and fats enriched, cocoa butter substitutes, synthesis of bioactive molecules [685]
 Candida tropicalis, Aspergillus oryzae Degradation of crude oil hydrocarbons [686]
 Penicillium abeanum Use for docosahexaenoic acid enrichment of tuna oil [687]
 Rhizopus nodosus Leather processing and dehairing and fat removal [688]
 Candida rugosa Activated sludge treatment, aerobic waste treatment [689]
 P. chrysogenum Food industry waste treatment [690]
 Rhizomucor meihei Surfactants for baking industry, Dairy products, Noodles [684]
 P. chrysogenum Food industry waste treatment [690]
 Thermomyces lanuginose Non-hydrogenated solid fats [691]
 M. miehei Used as aroma and fragrance in the food, beverage, and pharmaceutical industries [692]
 C. parapsilosis Hydroxamic acids (food additive) [534]
 M. miehei, C. antarctica Synthesis of short chain flavour thio-ester in solvent free medium [643]
 M. miehei, Rhizopus arrhizus Production of flavour esters [693]
Bacterial species
 Achromobacter sp. HEGN 014, Virgibacillus pantothenticus HEGN 114 Treatment of oily wastewater [694]
 Pseudomonas mendocina Dishwashing/laundry Removal of fat strain [622]
 Acinetobacter radioresistens; Bacillus sp. FH5 Used in detergent industry [695]
 Staphylococcus pasteuri Using in oil degradation [696]
 P. fluorescens Enantioselective transesterification of a racemate (R,S)-4-methyl-1-heptyn-4-en-3-ol, a component of the insecticide S-2852 [697]
 Staphylococcus warneri and S. xylosus The production of flavour esters [693]
 Bacillus sp. Used in leather processing [698]
 Brevundimonas sp. QPT-2 Involved in enantioselective degradation of AOPP herbicides [699]
 Micrococcus sp. Commonly used detergents, enhance the removal of oily stains from various types of fabrics [448]
 Bacillus cereus HSS Waste water treatment [626]
 Marinobacter lipolyticus Organic Solvent-Tolerant Lipolytic enzyme [700]
 Haloarcula sp. G41 Organic solvent-tolerant lipase for biodiesel production [701]
 Bacillus subtilis Baking industry for bread making [702]
 Geobacillus stearothermophilus Enhanced stability in methanol [449]
 Pseudomonas aeruginosa HFE733 Biodegradation of oil and organics (determination as chemical oxygen demand (COD), biodegradation of food wastewater from restaurants [703]
 Pseudomonas sp. Food processing and oil manufacture [704]
 Natronococcus sp. Application in biocatalysis [701]
 P. alcaligenes M-1 Alkaline lipases, able to removing fatty stains when used in a washing machine [705]
 Pseudomonas plantarii Solvay Enzyme Products, Applicable for is a nonionic and/or anionic detergent formulation [706]
 Chromobacterium viscosum Detergent formulations containing alkaline lipase used in laundry detergent “Top” [707]
 Acinetobacter sp. Degrading 60–65% of the fatty material in the waste water management [708]
 Bacillus thermocatenulatus Used in medical industry [641]
 Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus paracasei, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, and Lactobacillus plantarum. Cheese Industry for improvement of flavor [709]
 Penicillium roquefortii Cheese Industry for cheese ripening [710]
 Staphylococcus warneri, S. xylosus Production of flavour esters [711]
 Pseudomonas cepacia Biodiesel fuel production [712]
 Pseudomonas sp. Formation of (−)-15-deoxyspergualin 23) in drug industry as antitumor antibiotic and immunosuppressive agent [713]