Dual Lipases System in Transesterification of Ethyl Ferulate with Olive Oil: Optimization by Response Surface Methodology
Keywords:Dual lipases system, transesterification, ferulate esters, optimization
AbstractA novel and simple dual lipases system was effectively developed in attaining high performance of ferulate esters by transesterification between ethyl ferulate and olive oil. Enzyme screening revealed 1: 9 w/w of Novozym 435-Lipozyme RMIM to be the most efficient lipases ratio for the reaction synthesis. Response surface methodology (RSM) based on four-factor-five-level central composite design (CCD) was used to study interactive effects of reaction factors: time, lipase dosage, ratio substrates and temperature. A high percent conversion of 94.03 % was achieved under the optimum conditions of 12 h, 87 mg lipases, 1: 2 ratio substrates and 60 áµ’C, which compared well with the maximum predicted value of 94.83 %.
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