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Transcript ome analysis reveals the underlying mechanism for over-accumulation of alkaline protease in Bacillus licheniformis

In this study, transcriptome sequencing of the whole fermentation course was perf ormed to explore the synthesis and regulation mechanism of AprE in B. licheniformis AQ. During the fermentation process, the AprE got continuously accumulated, reaching a peak of 42 020 U/mL at the fermentation endpoint (48 h). Meanwhile, the highly expressed genes were observed. Compared with the fermentation endpoint, there were 61 genes in the intersection of differentially expressed genes, functioning as catabolic processes, peptidases and inhibitors, chaperones, and folding catalysts. Furthermore, the protein–protein interactions network of AprE was constructed.

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