Manipulation of culture conditions alters lipid content and fatty acid profiles of a wide variety of known and new oleaginous yeast species.

@article{Sitepu2013ManipulationOC,
  title={Manipulation of culture conditions alters lipid content and fatty acid profiles of a wide variety of known and new oleaginous yeast species.},
  author={Irnayuli R. Sitepu and Ryan Sestric and Laura Ignatia and D. Levin and J. Bruce German and Laura A. Gillies and Luis A G Almada and Kyria L. Boundy-Mills},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={144},
  pages={360-9}
}
Oleaginous yeasts have been studied for oleochemical production for over 80 years. Only a few species have been studied intensely. To expand the diversity of oleaginous yeasts available for lipid research, we surveyed a broad diversity of yeasts with indicators of oleaginicity including known oleaginous clades, and buoyancy. Sixty-nine strains representing 17 genera and 50 species were screened for lipid production. Yeasts belonged to Ascomycota families, Basidiomycota orders, and the yeast… CONTINUE READING

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