Isolation and partial characterization of a biosurfactant mixture produced by Sphingobacterium sp. isolated from soil.

@article{BurgosDaz2011IsolationAP,
  title={Isolation and partial characterization of a biosurfactant mixture produced by Sphingobacterium sp. isolated from soil.},
  author={C. Burgos-D{\'i}az and R. Pons and M. Espuny and F. Aranda and J. Teruel and A. Manresa and A. Ortiz and A. Marqu{\'e}s},
  journal={Journal of colloid and interface science},
  year={2011},
  volume={361 1},
  pages={
          195-204
        }
}
Strain 6.2S, isolated from soil and identified as a Sphingobacterium sp., is the first strain in this genus to be reported as a biosurfactant producer, being able to reduce the surface tension of its culture supernatant to 32 mN/m. In this work, biosurfactants from the culture supernatant were purified and partially characterized. The crude extract (10 g/L) was very effective in reducing surface tension (22 mN/m). Thin layer chromatography (TLC) indicated that a mixture of various… Expand
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