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Sophorolipid production by Candida bombicola on oils with a special fatty acid composition and their consequences on cell viability

Inge Van Bogaert (UGent) , Sophie Roelants (UGent) , D Develter and Wim Soetaert (UGent)
(2010) BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS. 32(10). p.1509-1514
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Sophorolipids production by the yeast Candia bombicola is most favourable when glucose is used as a carbon source in combination with a hydrophobic carbon source such as a common vegetable oil. Most vegetable oils are comprised of C16-C18 fatty acids, an ideal range for sophorolipid production. The use of oils with either shorter or longer fatty acids, such has coconut oil or meadowfoam oil, respectively, was evaluated. Such oils did not contribute to enhanced sophorolipid production when compared to cultures run on glucose as the sole carbon source. Moreover, a toxic effect of medium-chain fatty acids towards stationary C. bombicola cells was demonstrated.
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Coconut oil, Candida bombicola, Meadowfoam oil, Medium-chain fatty acids, Toxicity of free fatty acids, Sophorolipids

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Van Bogaert, Inge, Sophie Roelants, D Develter, and Wim Soetaert. 2010. “Sophorolipid Production by Candida Bombicola on Oils with a Special Fatty Acid Composition and Their Consequences on Cell Viability.” Biotechnology Letters 32 (10): 1509–1514.
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Van Bogaert, Inge, Roelants, S., Develter, D., & Soetaert, W. (2010). Sophorolipid production by Candida bombicola on oils with a special fatty acid composition and their consequences on cell viability. BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS, 32(10), 1509–1514.
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Van Bogaert I, Roelants S, Develter D, Soetaert W. Sophorolipid production by Candida bombicola on oils with a special fatty acid composition and their consequences on cell viability. BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS. 2010;32(10):1509–14.
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Van Bogaert, Inge, Sophie Roelants, D Develter, et al. “Sophorolipid Production by Candida Bombicola on Oils with a Special Fatty Acid Composition and Their Consequences on Cell Viability.” BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS 32.10 (2010): 1509–1514. Print.
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  abstract     = {Sophorolipids production by the yeast Candia bombicola is most favourable when glucose is used as a carbon source in combination with a hydrophobic carbon source such as a common vegetable oil. Most vegetable oils are comprised of C16-C18 fatty acids, an ideal range for sophorolipid production. The use of oils with either shorter or longer fatty acids, such has coconut oil or meadowfoam oil, respectively, was evaluated. Such oils did not contribute to enhanced sophorolipid production when compared to cultures run on glucose as the sole carbon source. Moreover, a toxic effect of medium-chain fatty acids towards stationary C. bombicola cells was demonstrated.},
  author       = {Van Bogaert, Inge and Roelants, Sophie and Develter, D and Soetaert, Wim},
  issn         = {0141-5492},
  journal      = {BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS},
  keywords     = {Coconut oil,Candida bombicola,Meadowfoam oil,Medium-chain fatty acids,Toxicity of free fatty acids,Sophorolipids},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {10},
  pages        = {1509--1514},
  title        = {Sophorolipid production by Candida bombicola on oils with a special fatty acid composition and their consequences on cell viability},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10529-010-0323-8},
  volume       = {32},
  year         = {2010},
}

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