The highly tolerant acetic acid bacterium Gluconacetobacter europaeus adapts to the presence of acetic acid by changes in lipid composition, morphological properties and PQQ-dependent ADH expression

@article{Trek2007TheHT,
  title={The highly tolerant acetic acid bacterium Gluconacetobacter europaeus adapts to the presence of acetic acid by changes in lipid composition, morphological properties and PQQ-dependent ADH expression},
  author={Janja Tr{\vc}ek and Katarina Jernejc and Kazunobu Matsushita},
  journal={Extremophiles},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={627-635}
}
The strain of acetic acid bacterium, Gluconacetobacter europaeus V3, previously isolated from industrial vinegar-producing bioreactor, tolerates extremely high acetic acid concentrations of up to 10% (v/v). Increased concentration of acetic acid changed the total fatty acid composition of cells by increasing the concentration of a major unsaturated fatty acid, the cis-vaccenic acid. Among the phospholipids, the most significant change was observed for phosphatidylglycerol with 7.3-fold increase… CONTINUE READING

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