Mandana Zarei

Mandana Zarei
Persian Gulf University | PGU · M.Sc. Program in Marine Biotechnology

Ph.D in marine biology

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Chitinases have received attention because of their wide applications in the medicine, biotechnology, agriculture, waste management and industrial applications such as food quality enhancer and biopesticide. Excessive use of insecticides has led to several problems related to pollution and environmental degradation. In this study, isolation and ide...
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Chitinases have the ability of chitin digestion that constitutes a main compound of the cell wall in many of the phytopathogens such as fungi. In the following investigation, a novel chitinase with antifungal activity was characterized from a native Serratia marcescens B4A. Partially purified enzyme had an apparent molecular mass of 54 kDa. It indi...
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Chitinases have the ability of chitin digestion that constitutes a main compound of the cell wall in many of the phytopathogens such as fungi. In the following investigation, a novel chitinase with antifungal activity was characterized from a native Serratia marcescens B4A. Partially purified enzyme had an apparent molecular mass of 54 kDa. It indi...
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Chitinases have the ability of chitin digestion that constitutes a main compound of the cell wall in many of the phytopathogens such as fungi. In the following investigation, a novel chitinase with antifungal activity was characterized from a native Serratia marcescens B4A. Partially purified enzyme had an apparent molecular mass of 54 kDa. It indi...
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marcescens B4A was optimized following Taguchi’s array methods. Twenty-three bacterial isolates were screened from shrimp culture ponds in the South of Iran. A chitinase-producing bacterium was isolated based on it’s ability to utilize chitin as the sole carbon source. The isolate designated as B4A, was identified as Serratia marcescens based on it...

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