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Microbial Biomass and Protein Production from Whey [Med J Islamic World Acad Sci]
Med J Islamic World Acad Sci. 1991; 4(2): 170-172

Microbial Biomass and Protein Production from Whey

Sanaa Omar1, Soraya Sabry2
1From Institut für Mikrobiologie, Correns str. 3 4400 Münster (Westf.), FRG.
2From Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Alexandria University, Moharram Bey, Alaxandria, Egypt.

Nineteen different mould fungi, 18 yeasts and 12 bacteria were screened for their growth and single-cell protein content on deproteinized powdered whey. Eight fungi, 8 yeasts and 7 bacteria proved to be most suitable organisms for production of microbial protein. They were further grown on sterilized and non-sterilized unsalted cheese whey.

Keywords: Biomass, whey, protein


Sanaa Omar, Soraya Sabry. Microbial Biomass and Protein Production from Whey. Med J Islamic World Acad Sci. 1991; 4(2): 170-172

Corresponding Author: Sanaa Omar, Germany


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