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torula

(ˈtɔːjʊlə; ˈtɒrjʊlə)
n
(Biology) any of various species of fungal microorganisms similar to yeasts
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marxianus CON OTRAS FUENTES NUTRITIVAS Sustrato g/100g proteina Leu Lis Ser Candida utilis * Etanol 7,1 6,6 4,7 Candida utilis * Licores sulfiticos 7,6 4,8 5,6 Candida utilis * Melaza -- 7,5 3,8 Saccharomyces Melaza cerevisiae * 7,9 8,2 -- Kluyveromyces Suero fragilis * de leche 6,1 6,9 -- Este estudio Suero (K.
Pegsiticase (Uricase-PEG 20) is a pegylated recombinant uricase derived from Candida utilis and modified by the attachment of multiple 20 kilodalton molecules of polyethylene glycol (PEG).
112 and 160 kDa of those from bacteria, Streptomyces albidoflavus [13] and [14], respectively; 480 kDa of that from a yeast, Candida utilis [7]; and approximately 91 kDA of that from a fungus, Apergillus niger (8).
Also, yeast strains such as Candida utilis, Candida albicans ATCC 90028, Candida glabrata, Candida tropicalis, and Saccharomyces cerevisiae ATCC 9763 were used.
Bioconversion of beet pulp to microbial biomass protein by Candida utilis. J.
[12,13], and yeast-like Candida utilis [14] have been proved to be potential producers of this enzyme.
Sin embargo, otras levaduras como Candida utilis (Muter, et.
The effects of polymer phase ratio and feeding strategy on solidliquid TPPBs for the production of L-phenylacetylcarbinol from benzaldehyde using Candida utilis. Biotechnol.
[10] reported maximum yield of biomass (9.8 g/L) after 96 hours of incubation using defatted rice polishing as substrate by Candida utilis.
Strains [mL.sup.-1]) [mL.sup.-1]) Candida albicans (ATCC 14053) 29.6 158.4 Candida albicans (ATCC 64546) 29.6 79.2 Candida krusei (ATCC 6258) 14.8 79.2 Candida albicans (LAC15) 29.6 158.4 Candida parapsilosis (LAC1) 29.6 79.2 Candida utilis (LAC2) 29.6 158.4 Candida kefyr (LAC4) 14.8 79.2 Candida albicans (LAC3) 14.8 158.4 Candida tropicalis (LAC6) 118.4 > 316.8 Candida albicans (LAC5) 14.8 79.2 Candida albicans (LAC13) 14.8 158.4 MIC MIC amB + amB Black tea ([micro]g.
Yeast-like Candida utilis has been metabolically engineered by pyruvate decarboxylase deletion and L-lactate dehydrogenase expression to produce lactic acid from glucose with yield of 95% [4].