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Table 1 Cold-adapted microorganisms known to produce cold-adapted proteases (published from 2010 onwards)

From: Adaptation, production, and biotechnological potential of cold-adapted proteases from psychrophiles and psychrotrophs: recent overview

Microorganisms producing cold-adapted proteases Source of isolation Reference
Acinetobacter sp. Himalayan cold soil [26]
Arsukibacterium ikkense Ikka Fjord, Greenland [22]
Arthrobacter sp. Arctic marine and terrestrial samples [33]
Bacillus sp. Antarctic soil [12]
Bacillus sp. Apharwat glacier [34]
Bacillus subtilis Wular Lake [30]
Chryseobacterium sp. Natural and artificially cold environments [32]
Flavobacterium Chinese Yellow Sea [20]
Flavobacterium sp. Arctic terrestrial soil [33]
Flavobacterium sp. Arctic and Antarctic region [35]
Flavobacterium sp. Antarctic water samples [36]
Halobacillus sp. Marine sea sediment [37]
Lysinibacillus fusiformis North-Western Himalaya [38]
Lysobacter sp. Antarctic Penguin feathers [18]
Mycoplana sp. Himalayan cold soil [26]
Planococcus sp. Deep-sea mud [23]
Planomicrobium sp. Deep-sea sediment [11]
Pseudomonas sp. Arctic terrestrial sample [33]
Pseudomonas sp. Himalayan cold soil [26]
Pseudomonas sp. Antarctic water [36]
Pseudomonas aeruginosa Yellow Sea [21]
Pseudomonas lundensis Sea sediment [19]
Pseudoalteromonas sp. Arctic marine sample [33]
Pseudoalteromonas sp. Arctic and Antarctic region [35]
Pseudoalteromonas sp. Antarctic seawater and krill [16]
Pseudoalteromonas arctica Antarctic soil [13]
Pseudoalteromonas haloplanktis Antarctic marine [39]
Pseudoxanthomonas sp. Himalayan cold soil [26]
Serratia sp. Himalayan cold soil [26]
Serratia marcescens Apple garden soil [27]
Stenotrophomonas sp. Himalayan cold soil [26]
Stenotrophomonas sp. Thajiwas glacier soil [28]
Stenotrophomonas maltophilia Gangotri glacier soil [29]
Geomyces pannorum Antarctica [15]
Penicillium nalgiovense Moldy sausage [40]
Cryptococcus victoriae Turkish soil [25]
Glaciozyma antarctica Antarctic marine water [17]
Goffeauzyma gilvescens Antarctic soil [14]
Naganishia globosa Antarctic soil [14]
Naganishia adeliensis Antarctic soil [14]
Naganishia albida Antarctic soil [14]
Sporobolomyces roseus Water of disused silver and lead mine [31]
Yamadazyma spp. Water, leaf, and grass from mountain [24]