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any of the yeastlike imperfect fungi of the genus Candida

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Studies on a novel carbon source and cosolvent for lipase production by Candida rugosa. Journal of Indian Microbiology and Biotechnology, 31(3), 133-136.
Pandey, "Candida rugosa lipases: molecular biology and versatility in biotechnology," Yeast, vol.
Yilmaz, "Improving catalytic hydrolysis reaction efficiency of sol-gel-encapsulated Candida rugosa lipase with magnetic [beta]-cyclodextrin nanoparticles," Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, vol.
Wu, "Application of binary immobilized Candida rugosa lipase for hydrolysis of soybean oil," Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic, vol.
Enhancement of lipase production during repeated batch culture using immobilized Candida rugosa. Process Biochemistry, 32: 437-440.
of Percentage of Species Isolates n=124 Isolates Candida albicans 53 43 Candida tropicalis 52 42 Candida krusei 7 6 Candida guilliermondii 5 4 Candida inconspicua 2 1 Candida parapsilosis 1 1 Candida glabrata 1 1 Candida rugosa 1 1 Candida lusitaniae 2 1 Total 124 100 Table 4: Antifungal Sensitivity Pattern of Candida Isolates (n=124) C.
Immobilization of Candida rugosa on poly(allyl glycidyl ether-co-ethylene glycol dimethacrylate) macroporous polymer particles, J.
Related to the described morphology of LPA complex (Figure 3(b)), previous work reported the interfacial Candida rugosa lipase giving a higher activity than in the bulk [44].
This paper reports the synthesis of a biocatalyst using lipase from Candida rugosa (CRL) absorbed onto previously synthetized support, temperature- and pH-sensitive poly(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-itaconic acid) hydrogel, P(NiPAAm/ IA), and its application in esterification synthesis of n-amyl isobutyrate.
Coconut cake: a potent substrate for production of lipase by Candida rugosa in solid-state fermentation (Benjamin et al., 1997).
The behaviour of the Candida rugosa lipase in the presence of soluble substrates.
Lipases from porcine pancreas (II), wheat germ and Candida rugosa were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Co., Penicillium camembertii and Thermomyces lanuginosa lipases from Fluka Co.
Nos Estados Unidos da America, RICHARD et al, (1980) cultivaram 91 isolados do leite de animais com mastite clinica e subclinica, com predominancia do genero Candida (78%), principalmente Candida tropicalis e Candida rugosa. Ainda nesse estudo, especies como Candida tropicalis, C.
Individual topics include biocatalysts in microaqueous organic media, protein engineering of recombinant Candida rugosa lipases, applications to large-scale purification of oil- and fat-related compounds, converting plants to bioethanol, nutrient fortification, and renewable resources for production of aromatic chemicals.
The process uses lipases from Geotrichum candidum or Candida rugosa as catalysts.