Carbon Mass Balance Analysis of Sophorose Lipid Production by Torulopsis bombicola View Full Text


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DATE

1992

AUTHORS

Kyun Hee Lee , Jung Hoe Kim

ABSTRACT

Recently, microbial surfactants have become of interest for different applications due to their non-toxic and biodegradable characteristics. Sophorose lipid which consists of a dimeric sugar sophorose and long chain lipophilic moiety is one of the few biosurfactants produced by yeasts with high concentration. It was reported that Torulopsis bombicola produced sophorose lipid on carbohydrates and/or long chain hydrocarbonyl compounds as a carbon and energy sources (1-3). This biosurfactant was produced to a concentration of 70–80 g/l with a yield of 35% based on the carbon substrates used when it was grown on 10% glucose and 10% vegetable oil (1, 2). The highest yield was reported to be 80–90% when methyl linoleic acid was used as a second carbon source as a precursor (3). Recent study showed that the yield of sophorose lipid could be significantly changed not only depending on the carbon substrates but also culture method (batch or fed batch). This paper shows the results of carbon mass balance analysis at different culture methods with different carbon substrates to figure out the carbon distribution of total input carbon fraction among cells, product, and CO2 evolved as a gas. More... »

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228-230

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  • 1988-09. Microbial production, structure elucidation and bioconversion of sophorose lipids in JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS' SOCIETY
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