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- Ding, Su, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Bioresource technology 2019 v.274 pp. 479-487
- Aureobasidium; batch fermentation; citrates; economics; fermenters; malates; malt; maltose; syrups
- ... Malt syrup, as a low-cost substrate without any pretreatment, was proved to be able to replace maltose for ploymalic acid (PMA) production by Aureobasidium melanogenum GXZ-6. The PMA titer of 55.53 ± 1.72 g/L was obtained by batch fermentation in a 10-L fermentor with addition of malate, citrate and sodium malonate. Then, a higher PMA titer of 124.07 ± 2.28 g/L was obtained in fed-batch fermentati ...