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[Utilization of paraffins and other noncarbohydrate carbon sources for microbial citric acid synthesis].
Z Allg Mikrobiol. 1982; 22(6):399-424.ZA

Abstract

This article reviews the developments achieved in citrate and isocitrate accumulation with non-carbohydrate substrates by microorganisms presented as well in academic publications as in patients. The efficiency of citrate and isocitrate overproducing microorganisms and of mutants obtained thereof with respect to different carbon sources (n-alkanes, triglycerides, organic acids, etc.) is discussed. The influence of environmental conditions (media, pH etc.) and biochemical mechanisms which lead to metabolic overflow are emphasized. The kinetics of fermentation processes are described, calculations concerning carbon balances are involved. The production of by-products and the conversion of isocitrate to citrate is considered. The production of citric acid by yeasts which utilize different carbon sources may be economically feasible and an accession to the practized molasse-Aspergillus-process.

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ger

PubMed ID

6753364

Citation

Stottmeister, U, et al. "[Utilization of Paraffins and Other Noncarbohydrate Carbon Sources for Microbial Citric Acid Synthesis]." Zeitschrift Fur Allgemeine Mikrobiologie, vol. 22, no. 6, 1982, pp. 399-424.
Stottmeister U, Behrens U, Weissbrodt E, et al. [Utilization of paraffins and other noncarbohydrate carbon sources for microbial citric acid synthesis]. Z Allg Mikrobiol. 1982;22(6):399-424.
Stottmeister, U., Behrens, U., Weissbrodt, E., Barth, G., Franke-Rinker, D., & Schulze, E. (1982). [Utilization of paraffins and other noncarbohydrate carbon sources for microbial citric acid synthesis]. Zeitschrift Fur Allgemeine Mikrobiologie, 22(6), 399-424.
Stottmeister U, et al. [Utilization of Paraffins and Other Noncarbohydrate Carbon Sources for Microbial Citric Acid Synthesis]. Z Allg Mikrobiol. 1982;22(6):399-424. PubMed PMID: 6753364.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Utilization of paraffins and other noncarbohydrate carbon sources for microbial citric acid synthesis]. AU - Stottmeister,U, AU - Behrens,U, AU - Weissbrodt,E, AU - Barth,G, AU - Franke-Rinker,D, AU - Schulze,E, PY - 1982/1/1/pubmed PY - 1982/1/1/medline PY - 1982/1/1/entrez SP - 399 EP - 424 JF - Zeitschrift fur allgemeine Mikrobiologie JO - Z Allg Mikrobiol VL - 22 IS - 6 N2 - This article reviews the developments achieved in citrate and isocitrate accumulation with non-carbohydrate substrates by microorganisms presented as well in academic publications as in patients. The efficiency of citrate and isocitrate overproducing microorganisms and of mutants obtained thereof with respect to different carbon sources (n-alkanes, triglycerides, organic acids, etc.) is discussed. The influence of environmental conditions (media, pH etc.) and biochemical mechanisms which lead to metabolic overflow are emphasized. The kinetics of fermentation processes are described, calculations concerning carbon balances are involved. The production of by-products and the conversion of isocitrate to citrate is considered. The production of citric acid by yeasts which utilize different carbon sources may be economically feasible and an accession to the practized molasse-Aspergillus-process. SN - 0044-2208 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/6753364/[Utilization_of_paraffins_and_other_noncarbohydrate_carbon_sources_for_microbial_citric_acid_synthesis]_ L2 - https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/openurl?genre=article&sid=nlm:pubmed&issn=0044-2208&date=1982&volume=22&issue=6&spage=399 DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -