Properties of microalgal enzymatic protein hydrolysates: Biochemical composition, protein distribution and FTIR characteristics

@inproceedings{Kose2015PropertiesOM,
  title={Properties of microalgal enzymatic protein hydrolysates: Biochemical composition, protein distribution and FTIR characteristics},
  author={Ayse Unlu Kose and S. Oncel},
  booktitle={Biotechnology reports},
  year={2015}
}
Chlorella vulgaris SAG 211-12, a green microalga, as model organism was cultivated photomixotrophically using various organic carbon and nitrogen sources at Erlenmeyer scale. The modified medium selected for the experiments was standard BG11 supplemented with 5 g l-1 glucose and 1 g l-1 proteose peptone (PP). To evaluate the effects of light/dark cycles, 12:12; 18:6 and 24:0 light/dark cycle conditions were examined on hourly basis. 24:0 continuous illumination condition was chosen to continue… CONTINUE READING
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