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Tanzadeh J, Yasouri F. N, Ghaemi N. Isolation and Identification of the Thermophilic Protease - Producing Bacteria from Soil of North of Iran. Biosci Biotech Res Asia 2006;3(2a).
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Isolation and Identification of the Thermophilic Protease - Producing Bacteria from Soil of North of Iran

Jina Tanzadeh¹, Fazel Najafi Yasouri² and Nasser Ghaemi³

1Department of Biology, Islamic Azad Universit,y Branch of Lahijan, Iran.

2Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Guilan University, Namjo Street, Iran.

3Department of Biotecnology, University College of Science, University of Tehran, Iran.

ABSTRACT: Soil samples were screened for protease- producing bacteria on skimmilk agar medium. Protease-producing bacteria was identified by clear zones of skim hydrolysis around colonies. Thirty-one thermostable protease producing bacteria were isolated from different soil samples (Compost, hot spring and Manures) collected from various parts of north of Iran. These bacteria were examined for various morphological and Biochemical characteristics according of Bergey’s manual of determination bacteriology . the best skim degrader were Bacillus species.

KEYWORDS: Thermophilic Protease; Soil Bacteria; Iran

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