Co-Utilization of Canola Oil and Glucose on the Production of a Surfactant by Candida lipolytica

@article{Sarubbo2006CoUtilizationOC,
  title={Co-Utilization of Canola Oil and Glucose on the Production of a Surfactant by Candida lipolytica},
  author={Leonie A Sarubbo and Charles B. B. Farias and Galba Maria de Campos-Takaki},
  journal={Current Microbiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={54},
  pages={68-73}
}
Candida lipolytica synthesized a surfactant in a cultivation medium supplemented with canola oil and glucose as carbon sources. Measurements of biosurfactant production and surface tension indicated that the biosurfactant was produced at 48 h of fermentation. The surface-active species is constituted by the protein–lipid–polysaccharide complex in nature. The cell-free broth was particularly influenced by the addition of salt, the pH and temperature depending on the emulsified substrate… CONTINUE READING
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