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Yeast glycolipid biosurfactants

Sylwia Jezierska (UGent) , Silke Claus (UGent) and Inge Van Bogaert (UGent)
(2018) FEBS LETTERS. 592(8). p.1312-1329
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Various yeasts, both conventional and exotic ones, are known to produce compounds useful to mankind. Ethanol is the most known of these compounds, but more complex molecules such as amphiphilic biosurfactants can also be derived from eukaryotic microorganisms at an industrially and commercially relevant scale. Among them, glycolipids are the most promising, due to their attractive properties and high product titers. Many of these compounds can be considered as secondary metabolites with a specific function for the host. Hence, a dedicated biosynthetic process enables regulation and combines pathways delivering the lipidic moiety and the hydrophilic carbohydrate part of the glycolipid. In this Review, we will discuss the biosynthetic and regulatory aspects of the yeast-derived sophorolipids, mannosylerythritol lipids, and cellobiose lipids, with special emphasis on the relation between glycolipid synthesis and the general lipid metabolism.
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biosurfactant, fatty acid, glycolipid, lipid, yeast, HYDROXY FATTY-ACID, ACYLATED MANNOSYLERYTHRITOL LIPIDS, PARANTARCTICA JCM 11752(T), BIOSYNTHESIS GENE-CLUSTER, SURFACE-ACTIVE PROPERTIES, FUNGUS USTILAGO-MAYDIS, BOMBICOLA ATCC 22214, CANDIDA-BOMBICOLA, PSEUDOZYMA-FLOCCULOSA, ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY

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Jezierska, Sylwia, Silke Claus, and Inge Van Bogaert. “Yeast Glycolipid Biosurfactants.” FEBS LETTERS 592.8 (2018): 1312–1329. Print.
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Jezierska, S., Claus, S., & Van Bogaert, I. (2018). Yeast glycolipid biosurfactants. FEBS LETTERS, 592(8), 1312–1329.
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Jezierska, Sylwia, Silke Claus, and Inge Van Bogaert. 2018. “Yeast Glycolipid Biosurfactants.” Febs Letters 592 (8): 1312–1329.
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Jezierska, Sylwia, Silke Claus, and Inge Van Bogaert. 2018. “Yeast Glycolipid Biosurfactants.” Febs Letters 592 (8): 1312–1329.
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Jezierska S, Claus S, Van Bogaert I. Yeast glycolipid biosurfactants. FEBS LETTERS. 2018;592(8):1312–29.
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S. Jezierska, S. Claus, and I. Van Bogaert, “Yeast glycolipid biosurfactants,” FEBS LETTERS, vol. 592, no. 8, pp. 1312–1329, 2018.
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  abstract     = {Various yeasts, both conventional and exotic ones, are known to produce compounds useful to mankind. Ethanol is the most known of these compounds, but more complex molecules such as amphiphilic biosurfactants can also be derived from eukaryotic microorganisms at an industrially and commercially relevant scale. Among them, glycolipids are the most promising, due to their attractive properties and high product titers. Many of these compounds can be considered as secondary metabolites with a specific function for the host. Hence, a dedicated biosynthetic process enables regulation and combines pathways delivering the lipidic moiety and the hydrophilic carbohydrate part of the glycolipid. In this Review, we will discuss the biosynthetic and regulatory aspects of the yeast-derived sophorolipids, mannosylerythritol lipids, and cellobiose lipids, with special emphasis on the relation between glycolipid synthesis and the general lipid metabolism.},
  author       = {Jezierska, Sylwia and Claus, Silke and Van Bogaert, Inge},
  issn         = {1873-3468},
  journal      = {FEBS LETTERS},
  keywords     = {biosurfactant,fatty acid,glycolipid,lipid,yeast,HYDROXY FATTY-ACID,ACYLATED MANNOSYLERYTHRITOL LIPIDS,PARANTARCTICA JCM 11752(T),BIOSYNTHESIS GENE-CLUSTER,SURFACE-ACTIVE PROPERTIES,FUNGUS USTILAGO-MAYDIS,BOMBICOLA ATCC 22214,CANDIDA-BOMBICOLA,PSEUDOZYMA-FLOCCULOSA,ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {1312--1329},
  title        = {Yeast glycolipid biosurfactants},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/1873-3468.12888},
  volume       = {592},
  year         = {2018},
}

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