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- Czelusniak, P.A., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- International journal of biological macromolecules 2011 v.48 no.1 pp. 177-182
- Exophiala; animal pathogenic fungi; antibodies; biomass; cardiolipins; cell walls; ceramides; chloroform; glucose; immune response; methanol; mice; polysaccharides; unsaturated fatty acids
- ... The pathogenic fungus Exophiala jeanselmei (Ej4) was grown in submerged MM medium, glucose being consumed after six days with maximum biomass and EPS production. Cells were extracted with CHCl₃–MeOH (2:1, v/v) yielding a product containing 10% lipid, with high levels of unsaturated C₁₈:₁ (43.6%) and C₁₈:₂ (21.0%), 2D-TLC showed the presence of PE (17.7%), PS (11.6%), PC (35.8%), PI (1.2%) and lyso ...
- Czelusniak, P.A., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Carbohydrate polymers 2012 v.87 no.1 pp. 368-376
- Pleurotus pulmonarius; arabinose; biomass; biotechnology; carbon; culture media; essential amino acids; exopolysaccharides; galactose; glucans; glucose; medicinal properties; mushroom growing; mushrooms; mycelium; nutrient content; nutritive value; proteins; unsaturated fatty acids; xylose
- ... For many years mushrooms have been consumed and appreciated by their nutritional value, and medicinal properties. The traditional mushroom cultivation takes too long and the macrofungi biotechnology has not been explored in its full potential yet. The goal of this work was to observe if different carbon sources could improve the yield and diversify fungi nutrient composition in submerged culture. ...