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Isolation , identification and anti-oxidative activity of metabolites from oxygen-tolerant mutant strain Aeroto-AUH-JLC 140 capable of biotransforming daidzein

  title={Isolation , identification and anti-oxidative activity of metabolites from oxygen-tolerant mutant strain Aeroto-AUH-JLC 140 capable of biotransforming daidzein},
  author={Zhang Chen and Li Xiao-lei and Li Meng and Wang Xiu-ling and Hao Qing-hong and Yu Xiu-mei},
[Objective] Compared to the original bacterium strain AUH-JLC140, its oxygen-tolerant mutant strain named Aeroto-AUH-JLC140 was able to produce an unknown substance. In addition, the production of the unknown substance was not associated with the addition of the substrate daidzein to the cultural medium. The objective of this study was to isolate and identify the unknown substance, and then to study the kinetics and the anti-oxidative capacity of the unknown substance produced by the 1700… 

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