Three biotechnical processes using Ashbya gossypii, Candida famata, or Bacillus subtilis compete with chemical riboflavin production

@article{Stahmann2000ThreeBP,
  title={Three biotechnical processes using Ashbya gossypii, Candida famata, or Bacillus subtilis compete with chemical riboflavin production},
  author={K. Stahmann and J. L. Revuelta and H. Seulberger},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2000},
  volume={53},
  pages={509-516}
}
  • K. Stahmann, J. L. Revuelta, H. Seulberger
  • Published 2000
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
  • Abstract Chemical riboflavin production, successfully used for decades, is in the course of being replaced by microbial processes. These promise to save half the costs, reduce waste and energy requirements, and use renewable resources like sugar or plant oil. Three microorganisms are currently in use for industrial riboflavin production. The hemiascomycetes Ashbya gossypii, a filamentous fungus, and Candida famata, a yeast, are naturally occurring overproducers of this vitamin. To obtain… CONTINUE READING
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