Efficient production of lactic acid from sucrose and corncob hydrolysate by a newly isolated Rhizopus oryzae GY18

@article{Guo2010EfficientPO,
  title={Efficient production of lactic acid from sucrose and corncob hydrolysate by a newly isolated Rhizopus oryzae GY18},
  author={Yang Guo and Qiao-juan Yan and Zheng-qiang Jiang and Chao Teng and Xinlei Wang},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology},
  year={2010},
  volume={37},
  pages={1137-1143}
}
The aim of this study is to investigate production of l-lactic acid from sucrose and corncob hydrolysate by the newly isolated R. oryzae GY18. R. oryzae GY18 was capable of utilizing sucrose as a sole source, producing 97.5 g l−1 l-lactic acid from 120 g l−1 sucrose. In addition, the strain was also efficiently able to utilize glucose and/or xylose to produce high yields of l-lactic acid. It was capable of producing up to 115 and 54.2 g l−1 lactic acid with yields of up to 0.81 g g−1 glucose… CONTINUE READING

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