Pullulan production by color variant strains ofAureobasidium pullulans

@article{Leathers2005PullulanPB,
  title={Pullulan production by color variant strains ofAureobasidium pullulans},
  author={Timothy D. Leathers and G. W. Nofsinger and Cletus P. Kurtzman and Rodney J. Bothast},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Microbiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={231-239}
}
Naturally occurring ‘color variant’ strains ofAureobasidium pullulans are distinguished from typical strains by their brilliant pigmentation, overproduction of secreted enzymes (xylanase), and low DNA relatedness. Color variants have not previously been examined for pullulan secretion. Among five independently isolated color variants, strains NRRL Y-12,974 and YB-4026 made the greatest amounts of pullulan from cornstarch, with conversion efficiencies of about 10%. Neither color variant nor… CONTINUE READING

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