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Efficient production of free fatty acids from soybean meal carbohydrates

Free fatty acids (FFAs) can be efficiently produced from soybean meal carbohydrates by engineered strains. Glucose, galactose, and fructose are the three major monosaccharides in the soybean meal extract hydrolysate. The fadD, ptsG, triple mutant strain XZK211/pXZ18Z, carrying the gene downstream of... Full description

Journal Title: Biotechnology and Bioengineering November 2015, Vol.112(11), pp.2324-2333
Main Author: Wang, Dan
Other Authors: Thakker, Chandresh , Liu, Ping , Bennett, George N. , San, Ka‐Yiu
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title: Efficient production of free fatty acids from soybean meal carbohydrates
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  • Wang, Dan
  • Thakker, Chandresh
  • Liu, Ping
  • Bennett, George N.
  • San, Ka‐Yiu
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  • Free Fatty Acids
  • Escherichia Coli
  • Soybean Meal Hydrolysate
  • Mixed Sugars
  • Catabolite Repression
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description: Free fatty acids (FFAs) can be efficiently produced from soybean meal carbohydrates by engineered strains. Glucose, galactose, and fructose are the three major monosaccharides in the soybean meal extract hydrolysate. The fadD, ptsG, triple mutant strain XZK211/pXZ18Z, carrying the gene downstream of the acyl‐ACP thioesterase from , can produce FFAs with a high concentration of 2.78 g/L and a high yield of 0.21 g fatty acid/g total sugar.
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abstractFree fatty acids (FFAs) can be efficiently produced from soybean meal carbohydrates by engineered strains. Glucose, galactose, and fructose are the three major monosaccharides in the soybean meal extract hydrolysate. The fadD, ptsG, triple mutant strain XZK211/pXZ18Z, carrying the gene downstream of the acyl‐ACP thioesterase from , can produce FFAs with a high concentration of 2.78 g/L and a high yield of 0.21 g fatty acid/g total sugar.
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