Carotenoid production by Rhodotorula rubra cultivated in sugarcane juice, molasses, and syrup Produção de carotenoides por Rhodotorula rubra cultivada em caldo, melaço e xarope de cana-de-açúcar

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Among the pigments, carotenoids are the most widely distributed in nature, with over 600 molecules already identified (FRASER; BRAMLEY, 2004). These molecules are often found in algae, filamentous fungi, yeasts, bacteria, and plants. However, animals are not able to synthesize them. Their main biological functions are the anti-carcinogenic and pro vitamin A… (More)

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@inproceedings{Banzatto2013CarotenoidPB, title={Carotenoid production by Rhodotorula rubra cultivated in sugarcane juice, molasses, and syrup Produção de carotenoides por Rhodotorula rubra cultivada em caldo, melaço e xarope de cana-de-açúcar}, author={David Ariovaldo Banzatto and Lidyane Aline De Freita and M{\'a}rcia Justino Rossini}, year={2013} }