Identification and production of Δ9-cis-1, 18-octadecenedioic acid by Candida tropicalis View Full Text


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DATE

1989-04

AUTHORS

Zu-Hua Yi, Hans-Jürgen Rehm

ABSTRACT

The production of Δ9-cis-1, 18-octadecenedioic acid from different substrates by the mutant S76 of Candida tropicalis was studied. It was found that the mutant could convert oleyl alcohol, oleic acid, and methyl oleate to Δ9-cis-1, 18-octadecenedioic acid through either the diterminal oxidation of the alcohol or the ω-oxidation of the terminal methyl group of the mono acid. The geometric configuration of the product was identified by different analytical methods. The results demonstrated that no change in the geometric configuration of molecular structure happened during the bioconversion of such unsaturated substrates to Δ9-dioic acid. To enhance the production of this dioic acid in the medium, calcium carbonate was added as a “trapping agent”. The IR spectrum, 1H NMR and 13C-satellite spectra of this compound were presented. More... »

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327-331

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00296619

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