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Culture strategies for lipid production using acetic acid as sole carbon source by Rhodosporidium toruloides.
Results provide usable culture strategies for lipid production by R. toruloides AS 2.1389 when using diverse waste-derived volatile fatty acids. Expand
Separation and characterization of effective demulsifying substances from surface of Alcaligenes sp. S-XJ-1 and its application in water-in-kerosene emulsion.
It was proved that the demulsifying substances had a significant effect on cell surface properties and accordingly with demulsification capability of Alcaligenes sp. Expand
Carbon source dependence of cell surface composition and demulsifying capability of Alcaligenes sp. S-XJ-1.
It can be concluded that cell surface-associated proteins or lipids other than the polysaccharide of the demulsifying strain played a positive role in thedemulsification activity. Expand
Saponin-enhanced biomass accumulation and demulsification capability of the demulsifying bacteria Alcaligenes sp. S-XJ-1
Surfactants have been widely applied to the bioremediation of hydrophobic organic compound (HOC) contamination. In this study, the biosurfactant saponin was used for improving rape oil utilization toExpand
Insights into the Evolution of an Emulsion with Demulsifying Bacteria Based on Turbiscan
In this study, the demulsification process of four demulsifying bacteria was analyzed in situ using a newly developed method based on backscattering data from Turbiscan. First, the distributionExpand
Demulsification of a New Magnetically Responsive Bacterial Demulsifier for Water-in-Oil Emulsions
A new, magnetically responsive bacterial demulsifier (MRBD) was prepared by grafting magnetite (Fe3O4) nanoparticles onto the surface of demulsifying cells. The demulsification process andExpand
Bioconversion of volatile fatty acids derived from waste activated sludge into lipids by Cryptococcus curvatus.
Pure volatile fatty acid (VFA) solution derived from waste activated sludge (WAS) was used to produce microbial lipids as culture medium in this study, which aimed to realize the resource recovery ofExpand
Hydrophilic/underwater superoleophobic graphene oxide membrane intercalated by TiO2 nanotubes for oil/water separation
Membrane technology for oil/water separation has received increasing attention in recent years. In this study, the hydrophilic/underwater superoleophobic membrane with enhanced water permeability andExpand
Microbial conversion of mixed volatile fatty acids into microbial lipids by sequencing batch culture strategy.
Four mixed volatile fatty acids were used as sole carbon source to culture oleaginous yeast Cryptococcus curvatus by sequencing batch culture strategy and showed that increasing the ratio of acetic acid was most beneficial to cell mass and lipid production, whereas propionic acid and butyric acid were more conducive to lipid and cell mass synthesis. Expand
Using non-ionic surfactant as an accelerator to increase extracellular lipid production by oleaginous yeast Cryptococcus curvatus MUCL 29819.
The improvement in the proportion of extracellular lipid by tea saponin and Brij 58 was due to changes in cell membrane permeability and improvement of cell membrane fluidity. Expand