Candida utilis


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Candida utilis

[¦kan·də·də ′yü·də·lis]
(microbiology)
An asexual yeast species used industrially in the production of single-cell protein for food and fodder.
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Similar optimum pH for invertase production was reported by Dworschack and Wickerham form Candida utilis and Saccharomyces crevisiae [6].
The effects of polymer phase ratio and feeding strategy on solidliquid TPPBs for the production of L-phenylacetylcarbinol from benzaldehyde using Candida utilis.
Production of microbial biomass protein from mixed substrates by sequential culture fermentation of Candida utilis and Brevibacterium lactofermentum.
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).
Sin embargo, otras levaduras como Candida utilis (Muter, et.
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).