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[Citrate and glyoxylate cycle enzyme activity in citric and isocitric acid synthesis by different strains of Candida lipolytica].
Mikrobiologiia. 1982 Jan-Feb; 51(1):27-33.M

Abstract

The activity of enzymes of the citrate and glyoxylate cycles was comparatively assayed in the parent strain of Candida lipolytica producing citric and isocitric acids in a medium with hexadecane and in its two mutants one of which produced citrate and the other synthesized isocitrate. The enzyme activities were determined in the dynamics of the yeast growth: (a) in the exponential growth phase (no production of the acids); (b) in the lag phase (the beginning of the acid production); and (c) in the stationary phase (active production of the acids). All of the strains had a high activity of citrate synthase. The mutant producing citrate exhibited a high activity of isocitrate lyase and a low activity of aconitate hydratase, whereas the mutant producing isocitrate manifested a high activity of aconitate hydrase and a low activity of isocitrate dehydrogenase and isocitrate lyase. The data pertinent to a change in the enzyme activities due to the growth limitation with a nitrogen source and the production of the acids are considered for explaining the mechanism of overproduction of citric and isocitric acids from n-alkanes by yeast organisms.

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rus

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7070306

Citation

Finogenova, T V., and L M. Glazunova. "[Citrate and Glyoxylate Cycle Enzyme Activity in Citric and Isocitric Acid Synthesis By Different Strains of Candida Lipolytica]." Mikrobiologiia, vol. 51, no. 1, 1982, pp. 27-33.
Finogenova TV, Glazunova LM. [Citrate and glyoxylate cycle enzyme activity in citric and isocitric acid synthesis by different strains of Candida lipolytica]. Mikrobiologiia. 1982;51(1):27-33.
Finogenova, T. V., & Glazunova, L. M. (1982). [Citrate and glyoxylate cycle enzyme activity in citric and isocitric acid synthesis by different strains of Candida lipolytica]. Mikrobiologiia, 51(1), 27-33.
Finogenova TV, Glazunova LM. [Citrate and Glyoxylate Cycle Enzyme Activity in Citric and Isocitric Acid Synthesis By Different Strains of Candida Lipolytica]. Mikrobiologiia. 1982 Jan-Feb;51(1):27-33. PubMed PMID: 7070306.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Citrate and glyoxylate cycle enzyme activity in citric and isocitric acid synthesis by different strains of Candida lipolytica]. AU - Finogenova,T V, AU - Glazunova,L M, PY - 1982/1/1/pubmed PY - 1982/1/1/medline PY - 1982/1/1/entrez SP - 27 EP - 33 JF - Mikrobiologiia JO - Mikrobiologiia VL - 51 IS - 1 N2 - The activity of enzymes of the citrate and glyoxylate cycles was comparatively assayed in the parent strain of Candida lipolytica producing citric and isocitric acids in a medium with hexadecane and in its two mutants one of which produced citrate and the other synthesized isocitrate. The enzyme activities were determined in the dynamics of the yeast growth: (a) in the exponential growth phase (no production of the acids); (b) in the lag phase (the beginning of the acid production); and (c) in the stationary phase (active production of the acids). All of the strains had a high activity of citrate synthase. The mutant producing citrate exhibited a high activity of isocitrate lyase and a low activity of aconitate hydratase, whereas the mutant producing isocitrate manifested a high activity of aconitate hydrase and a low activity of isocitrate dehydrogenase and isocitrate lyase. The data pertinent to a change in the enzyme activities due to the growth limitation with a nitrogen source and the production of the acids are considered for explaining the mechanism of overproduction of citric and isocitric acids from n-alkanes by yeast organisms. SN - 0026-3656 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/7070306/[Citrate_and_glyoxylate_cycle_enzyme_activity_in_citric_and_isocitric_acid_synthesis_by_different_strains_of_Candida_lipolytica]_ DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -
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