Regulation and properties of a fungal lipase showing interfacial inactivation by gas bubbles, or droplets of lipid or fatty acid.

@article{Stahmann1997RegulationAP,
  title={Regulation and properties of a fungal lipase showing interfacial inactivation by gas bubbles, or droplets of lipid or fatty acid.},
  author={K Peter Stahmann and T B{\"o}ddecker and Hermann 4 Sahm},
  journal={European journal of biochemistry},
  year={1997},
  volume={244 1},
  pages={220-5}
}
Ashbya gossypii can grow on triacyglycerol as carbon source. A degradation rate of 0.05 g x g-1 mycelial dry mass x h-1 was detected for soybean oil. Although this rate was within the sensitivity range of lipase assays no activity was detectable. On the other hand, extracellular lipase activity could be visualized by clearance halos round the growing mycelium when trioleoylglycerol was emulsified as the sole carbon source in agar plates. Variation of the culture conditions revealed that reduced… CONTINUE READING

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