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Formation Of Carotenoids By Rhodotorula Glutinis In Whey Ultrafiltrate.

Ginka I. Frengova, Emilina D Simova, K. K. Pavlova, Dora M. Beshkova, D. Grigorova
Published 1994 · Medicine, Chemistry
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The growth and carotenoid biosynthesis of the yeast Rhodotorula glutinis was studied by cocultivation with Lactobacillus helveticus in cheese ultrafiltrate containing 3.9% and 7.1% lactose. By growing this mixed culture in a 15-L fermentor MBR AG (Switzerland) at an air flow rate of 0.5 L/L min and agitation at 220 rpm for 6 days, a total yield of carotenoids of 268 mug/g dry cells wasobtained. Carotenoids were formed almost parallel with the cell growth, anda maximum production was reached at an early stationary phase. A high-performance liquid chromatographic system (HPLC) permitting simultaneous determination of major carotenoid pigments was used. The three main pigments (torularhodin, beta-carotene, and torulene) were formed in Rhodotorula glutinis, and reached a maximum concentration as follows: 182.0, 43.9, 23.0 mug,g dry cells. (c) 1994 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.



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