Skip to main content

Table 3 Molecular weight and purification of cold-adapted proteases (published from 2010 onwards)

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

Microbial source Molecular weight Chromatographic techniques Purification fold/final yield Reference
Acinetobacter sp. 35 DEAE cellulose and Sephacryl S-200 9.8/0.16 [63]
Bacillus sp. 62 Nm 3.82/76 [34]
Bacillus subtilis 38 DEAE cellulose 49.22/29.28 [30]
Halobacillus sp. 35 DEAEeSephadex, ion exchange, and Sephadex G-75 gel filtration 3077 ± 49/26 [37]
Lysobacter sp. 35 Nm 2.40/95.6 [18]
Planococcus sp. 35.6 His-Bind resin affinity chromatography Nm [23]
Planococcus sp. 43 DEAE-Sepharose Nm [60]
Penicillium nalgiovense 45.2 Nm 12.1/82.9 [40]
Pseudomonas lundensis 46 Gel filtration 14/20 [19]
Pseudomonas aeruginosa 32.8 DEAE-Sepharose and Sephacryl S-200 gel filtration 10/60 [21]
Pseudoalteromonas sp. 34.6 Affinity chromatography Nm [16]
Serratia marcescens 56 DEAE cellulose Fraction 9.9/51 [27]
Sporobolomyces roseus 31 HiTrap SPFF, Superose 12 and Mono S 103/25 [31]
Stenotrophomonas sp. 55 DEAE-Sepharose 18.45/47 [28]
Stenotrophomonas maltophilia 75 DEAE cellulose column Nm [29]
  1. Nm not mentioned