Bioconversion of elaidic acid to Δ9-trans-1,18-octadecenedioic acid by Candida tropicalis View Full Text


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DATE

1988-10

AUTHORS

Zu-Hua Yi, Hans-Jürgen Rehm

ABSTRACT

The bioconversion of elaidic acid to Δ9 acid by the mutant S76 of Candida tropicalis was studied. It was found that the mutant could convert elaidic acid to Δ9 acid through the ω-oxidation of the terminal methyl group. The molecular formula and geometric configuration of the product were determined by different analytical methods in the absence of an authentic standard. The results demonstrated that no change in the geometric configuration occured during the conversion of the unsaturated monoic acid to α,ω-dioic acid. The production of this dioic acid reached 10 mg/ml in medium for 36 h with a conversion rate of 40%. Degradation pathways of this dioic acid are basically similar to the dioic acid derived from oleic acid by the same strain except for a small amount of heptanedioic acid which was observed in the medium. The IR spectrum, mass-spectrum, 1H-NMR and 13C-satellite spectra of this compound are presented. More... »

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305-309

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