Fermentative production of curdlan.

@article{Saudagar2004FermentativePO,
  title={Fermentative production of curdlan.},
  author={Parag S. Saudagar and Rekha S. Singhal},
  journal={Applied biochemistry and biotechnology},
  year={2004},
  volume={118 1-3},
  pages={21-31}
}
Curdlan was produced by pure culture fermentation using Agrobacterium radiobacter NCIM 2443. Three different carbon sources (glucose, sucrose, maltose) were selected for study. Sucrose was found to be the most efficient. Utilization of sugar during the course of fermentation was studied, and the data were correlated to the production of curdlan. Curdlan mimics a secondary metabolite, in that its synthesis is associated with the poststationary growth phase of nitrogen-depleted batch culture… CONTINUE READING

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