Data on optimized production and characterization of alkaline proteases from newly isolated alkaliphiles from Lonar soda lake, India

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Alkaline proteases are one of the industrially important enzymes and generally preferred from alkaliphilic sources. Here we have provided the data on optimized production and characterization of alkaline proteases from five newly isolated and identified alkaliphiles from Lonar soda lake, India. The data provided for optimization of physicochemical parameters for maximum alkaline proteases production is based on OVAT (one variable at a time) approach. Alkaline protease production (U/mL) recorded by using different agro industrial residues is included in the given data. Further readers can find more information in our previously published research article where we have already described about the methods used and comparative analysis of the data recorded regarding optimized production, characterization and application of alkaline proteases isolated from Lonar soda lake isolates (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bcab.2016.06.002) [1]. The data provided here by us is useful to other researchers for setting up various suitable statistical models to perform optimization studies other than OVAT approach.

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Rathod, M. G., & Pathak, A. P. (2016). Data on optimized production and characterization of alkaline proteases from newly isolated alkaliphiles from Lonar soda lake, India. Data in Brief, 8, 863–866. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2016.06.044

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