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Table 3 Characterization on thermostability of some bacterial lipases

From: A novel eurythermic and thermostale lipase LipM from Pseudomonas moraviensis M9 and its application in the partial hydrolysis of algal oil

Microorganism Optimum temperature (°C) Incubation conditions (°C, h) Residual activity (%) Authors
Pseudomonas sp. MIS 38 30 NM NM Amada et al.
Pseudomonas mandelii JR-1 25 NM NM Kim and Lee
Pseudomonas CR-611 30 30, 1 60 Panizza et al.
   60, 1 0  
Pseudomonas moraviensis M9 65 60, 12 98.2 This study
   65, 12 91.0  
   70, 12 66.3  
   75, 5 60.7  
   85, 2 35.5  
Acinetobacter sp. EH28 50 60, 1.25 80-90 Ahmed et al.
   70, 1 50-60
Aneurinibacillus thermoaerophilus HZ 65 60, 4 70-80 Masomian et al.
   65, 3 50-60
   70, 1.5 40-50  
Bacillus coagulans BTS-3 55 55, 2 50 Kumar et al.
   60, 0.5 50
   70, 0.3 75  
Bacillus thermoleovorans CCR11 60 50/60, 1 75 Castro-Ochoa 2et al.
   70, 1 0
Burkholderia cepacia ATCC 25416 60 50, 1 85  
   60, 1 80 Wang et al.
   70, 1 59  
Burkholderia multivorans PSU-AH130 55 55, 3 98 Chaiyaso et al.
   65, 2 50  
   65, 3 44  
Metagenomic library 40 50.7, 1 94.0 Glogauer et al.
   60.6, 1 75.8  
   70, 1 64.9  
   80, 1 31.4  
Metagenomic library 50 60, 1
70, 1
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Faoro et al.
Staphylococcus aureus 55 60, 1 65.3 Sarkar et al.
   70, 1 62.62  
   80, 1 12.62  
  1. NM not mentioned