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Screening For Lysine-Producing Bacteria from Soil and Fruits
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Abstract

Proteins play key roles in cell structure, physiology, and metabolism, and the amino acids that build up proteins are therefore nutritionally important compounds for all living organisms.

Together, the twenty common protein-forming L-amino acids represent a variety of different characteristics and chemical properties, and almost all of them have commercial interest (Kumagai, 2000).

The importance of amino acids cannot be over emphasized, as the primary metabolites do not only play the role of building blocks of proteins, cells, tissues, intermediate of the genetic pathway, animal feed additives (lysine, methionine, threonine).

Flavor enhancers (aspartic acid, monosodium glutamate, serine), ingredients in cosmetic and medicinal products and as specialty nutrients in the medical field (Kalin et al.,2013), but also form antibodies to resist foreign antigens such as bacteria and viruses that could be pathogenic to host cell (Ali, 2008).

Introduction

Good sources of lysine are foods rich in protein like meats, cheese, certain fish, nuts, eggs, soyabeans (Ezemba et al., 2014a). In addition to the worldwide demand for L-lysine as a feed supplement for the pig and poultry industries.

There is an ongoing exploitation of new applications for this amino acid, including in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. L-Lysine has also been used for preventing atherosclerosis and to treat certain viral infections (Sanchez and Demain, 2008).

L-Lysine is nutritionally important to man and animals and can be used to supplement food and food materials especially cereal products to improve protein quality (Dutta and Ottaway, 1976).

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