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Effects of β-cyclodextrin on the enzymatic hydrolysis of hemp seed oil by lipase Candida sp.99–125

Wang, Pei, Ke, Zhaodi, Yi, Juanjuan, Liu, Xin, Hao, Limin, Kang, Qiaozhen, Lu, Jike
Industrial crops and products 2019 v.129 pp. 688-693
Candida, absorbance, alpha-linolenic acid, beta-cyclodextrin, carboxylic ester hydrolases, enzymatic hydrolysis, fluorescence, hemp, hydrolysis, seed oils, thermal stability, ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy
To enhance the stability of lipases, the additive method is attractive because of its high efficiency and simplicity, of which β-cyclodextrin (β-CD), as an additive has attracted attention. In the present study, the effects of β-CD on enzymatic hydrolysis of hemp seed oil by lipases were investigated. The stability, spectroscopy, and reusability of Candida sp.99–125 were compared by the addition of β-CD, respectively. The results showed that Candida sp.99–125 could produce the highest yield of α-linolenic acid (ALA, 18.27%, w/w) in the presence of β-CD after 24h, and the thermal stability of lipase was also improved. The UV spectroscopy showed that the absorbance of lipase decreased with increasing concentrations of β-CD and the fluorescence result was similar. Moreover, the reusability of lipase with β-CD was better than free lipase. This study revealed that β-CD could increase hydrolysis activity and stability of the lipase, thereby improving the hydrolytic process of hemp seed oil by Candida sp.99–125.