LIPASE-PRODUCING BACTERIA AS PROBIOTICS AND RECENT ADVANCEMENT

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Sonia Sharma
Jagadeesh C Bose. K

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Biocatalyst, Microbial Lipase, Therapeutic applications, Modulators of lipase activity

Abstract

Microbial lipases, in particular, are becoming more valuable because they can speed up a wide range of chemical reactions in both water and dry environments. The global market for lipase is projected to reach USD 797.7 million by 2025, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.2% between 2017 and 2025. The creation of novel and improved lipases using molecular techniques is a recent development in the field of lipase research. As an illustration, the merger of controlled enzyme evolution and rational enzyme design to achieve desired features in lipases. As they hydrolysed fats into fatty acids and glycerol at the water—lipid interface and may reverse the reaction in non-aqueous environments, lipases stand out among biocatalysts and have a wide range of biotechnological uses. These enzymes' remarkable stability in organic solvents has propelled them to the forefront of organic synthesis, where they are being used in the creation of cutting-edge pharmaceuticals, surfactants, bioactive molecules, and oleochemicals. Lipase-catalysed trans- and inter-esterification reactions have also been utilized in the fat industry. Given the breadth of lipase's potential uses, the industrialization of lipase production has been a hot topic amongst microbiologists, process engineers, and biochemists. Microbes, particularly fungi, and bacteria, have been shown to be the preferred production tools in this field of research. Several microbial lipases have had their structures determined recently, expanding our understanding of the enzyme's unusual catalytic mechanism. An overview of lipase-producing bacteria as probiotics, their therapeutic applications, and their immunomodulatory properties is attempted in this paper.

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