Structural characterization and surface-active properties of a new glycolipid biosurfactant, mono-acylated mannosylerythritol lipid, produced from glucose by Pseudozyma antarctica

@article{Fukuoka2007StructuralCA,
  title={Structural characterization and surface-active properties of a new glycolipid biosurfactant, mono-acylated mannosylerythritol lipid, produced from glucose by Pseudozyma antarctica},
  author={Tokuma Fukuoka and Tomotake Morita and Masa-aki Konishi and Tomohiro Imura and Hideki Sakai and Dai Kitamoto},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2007},
  volume={76},
  pages={801-810}
}
Mannosylerythritol lipids (MELs), which are glycolipid biosurfactants produced by Pseudozyma yeasts, show not only excellent interfacial properties but also versatile biochemical actions. In the course of MEL production from glucose as the sole carbon source, P. antarctica was found to produce unknown glycolipids more hydrophilic than conventional “di-acylated MELs,” which have two fatty acyl esters on the mannose moiety. Based on a detailed characterization, the most hydrophilic one was… Expand
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