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  • 1. PRODUCTION OF α -AMYLASE FROM ARCHAEAL SOURCE Azade Attar 1 , G urbet Ejder 1 , Y eliz Başaran-Elalmış 1 , S evil Yücel 1 , M eral Birbir 2 1 - Department of Bioengineering , Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey 2 - Department of Biology, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey 2011 Biochimie Biochemistry Poster 2
  • 2.
    • Depending on the phylogenic arguments it has been thought that Archaea may have played a key role in the early history of life (Forterre et al., 1992).
    • Archaea can adapt their biological systems to different types of habitats.
    • Their molecular adaptations are responsible for the ability to survive and grow in extreme environments (Jacquemet et al., 2009).
    • Extremely halophilic archaea are obligate halophiles that require more than 15% salt for optimal growth.
    • Intracellular and extracellular proteins from halophilic archaea face very saline conditions which must be stable and functional at those extremely salty conditions (Hutcheon et al., 2005).
    • Therefore haloarchaeal proteins are subject of interest that contain specific adaptations to prevent aggregation and loss of activity in such conditions.
    Poster 2 Fig.1 Haloarcula hispanica   grown in liquid culture. 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 3.
    • Enzymes are protein structured molecules which catalyze biochemical reactions on mild conditions.
    • Enzymes that found wide and extensive research topic in medicine, biochemistry and biology have got into daily and economical life. Among these enzymes, α-amylase (EC.3.2.1.1) is a commonly used one in industry.
    • Leaning to wide microbial biodiversity of Turkey we investigated archaebacterial isolates which produce carbohydrate hydrolyzing enzymes in extremely salty environments, hence have biotechnological importance.
    • In this study, α-amylase enzyme of Haloarcula hispanica  2TK2 strain isolat ed  in 2004 from Tuzköy Salt Mine of Turkey was used.
    • Enzyme production capacity of Haloarcula hispanica  2TK2 strain was determined and the activity of archaeal α-amylase was characterized.
    Poster 2 Fig.2 Phylogenetic tree of life. 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 4.
    • 2.1 Microbial production
    • Haloarcula hispanica 2TK2 isolate was grown in Brown medium at 40°C.
    • Samples used in enzyme assay were taken between 2 nd and 6 th weeks of incubation.
    • Cultured cells were centrifuged at 10000 rpm for 10 minutes and the supernatant was used in the enzyme activity assays .
    • The effect of NaCl concentration (3 - 5 M) to enzyme activity was investigated at different time intervals in the presence and absence of 20% (w/v) starch during microbial production.
    Poster 2 2. Materials and Methods Fig.3 Brown medium prepared for Haloarcula hispanica .
  • 5.
    • 2.2 Determination of α -amylase activity
    • Enzyme activity w as determined by DNS assay using starch as substrate.
    • The effects of buffer and salt concentration to the enzyme activity were investigated for Haloarcula hispanica 2TK2 isolate.
    • I nvestigated phosphate buffer concentrations were 0.01, 0.02, 0.05, 0.07 and 0.1 M while NaCl concentrations were 0.001, 0.003, 0.006, 0.009, 0.012 and 0.015M.
    Poster 2 2. Materials and Methods Fig.4 Picture of reaction tubes taken after α -amylase activity assay.
  • 6. 3.1 Optimum buffer and NaCl concentrations for α -amylase isolate d from Haloarcula hispanica 2TK2 strain Poster 2 3. Results Table 1. The effect of sodium phosphate buffer concentration on α-amylase activity. Table 2. The effect of sodium chloride concentration on α-amylase activity. BUFFER (M) ABS (540 nm) 0,01 0,600 0,02 0,651 0,05 0,270 0,07 0,307* (precipitation) 0,1 0,350* ( precipitation ) 0,110 0,012 NaCl (M) ABS (540 nm) 0,001 0,330 0,003 0,340 0,006 0,437 0,009 0,220 0,015 0,090
  • 7. 3.2 Enzyme activity depending on Haloarcula hispanica 2TK2 i ncubation period Samples used in enzyme assay were taken between 2nd and 6th weeks of incubation. Maximum activity values were obtained in the 5th week of incubation. Poster 2 3. Results Fig.5 Time versus relative activity graph. 3.3 The effect NaCl concentration The effect of NaCl concentration (3 - 5 M) to enzyme activity in the presence and absence of 20% (w/v) starch during microbial production. The highest α -amylase activity was obtained from Haloarcula hispanica 2TK2 culture containing 5 M NaCl with 20% starch. Fig.6 Growth medium variables versus relative activity graph.
  • 8. Poster 2 4. Conclusion
    • Haloarcula hispanica 2TK2 strain grow in high salt concentrations therefore it was expected that α -amylase obtained from this strain may have high activity in the presence of high salt concentration. When the effect of sodium chloride concentration on α-amylase activity was investigated maximum activity values obtained in 0,006M NaCl containing test tubes (Table 2) which is parallel with the literature.
    • The highest enzyme activity obtained from growth media containing 5 M NaCl with starch at the 5 th week of microbial incubation (Fig. 5) .
    • Haloarcula hispanica will be a source of a microorganism promising in industry due to its new defined halophilic structure and high thermostability.
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