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Extracellular lipase production by red yeasts cultivated on animal waste fat

SZOTKOWSKI, M. BYRTUSOVÁ, D. CHRÁSTOVÁ, N. TĚŠÍKOVÁ, K. MATOUŠKOVÁ, P. RAPTA, M. MÁROVÁ, I. ČERTÍK, M., SHAPAVAL. V.

Originální název

Extracellular lipase production by red yeasts cultivated on animal waste fat

Anglický název

Extracellular lipase production by red yeasts cultivated on animal waste fat

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en

Originální abstrakt

Red yeast strains are ubiquitous microorganisms which accumulate substantial amounts of lipids and lipid-soluble metabolites as sterols and pigments. Some of these metabolites are industrially important and, thus, the costs of inputs are important factor for biotechnology process effectiveness. Red yeasts utilize many waste substrates of different origin. Low-cost substrates can be used for cheaper production of targeted metabolites as well as enriched biomass. As a substrate waste animal fat (mixed sample of various sources) and its hydrolysis products were used according to the bio-refinery concept.

Anglický abstrakt

Red yeast strains are ubiquitous microorganisms which accumulate substantial amounts of lipids and lipid-soluble metabolites as sterols and pigments. Some of these metabolites are industrially important and, thus, the costs of inputs are important factor for biotechnology process effectiveness. Red yeasts utilize many waste substrates of different origin. Low-cost substrates can be used for cheaper production of targeted metabolites as well as enriched biomass. As a substrate waste animal fat (mixed sample of various sources) and its hydrolysis products were used according to the bio-refinery concept.

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@misc{BUT160930,
  author="Martin {Szotkowski} and Dana {Byrtusová} and Nikola {Chrástová} and Karolína {Těšíková} and Petra {Matoušková} and Marek {Rapta} and Ivana {Márová} and Milan {Čertík}",
  title="Extracellular lipase production by red yeasts cultivated on animal waste fat",
  annote="Red yeast strains are ubiquitous microorganisms which accumulate substantial amounts of lipids and lipid-soluble metabolites as sterols and pigments. Some of these metabolites are industrially important and, thus, the costs of inputs are important factor for biotechnology process effectiveness. Red yeasts utilize many waste substrates of different origin. Low-cost substrates can be used for cheaper production of targeted metabolites as well as enriched biomass. As a substrate waste animal fat (mixed sample of various sources) and its hydrolysis products were used according to the bio-refinery concept.",
  chapter="160930",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2019",
  month="may",
  pages="1--1"
}