EFFECT OF FAT SUBSTRATE ON EXTRACELLULAR LIPOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF CANDIDA BOMBICOLA ATCC 2214.
 
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Pol. J. Food Nutr. Sci. 2003;53(3):15–20
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The performed experiments allowed to investigate a strain of Candida bombicola ATCC 22214 yeasts from the point of view of its potential to manufacture extracellular lipase and its activity in relation to the applied fat substrate. Oleic acid, sunflower oil and a post-deodorizing condensate were used as culturing substrates. It was found that the best agent stimulating yeast enzymatic system to produce lipases was the applied post-deodorizing condensate. The highest activity of approximately 1.90 mmol/min/mL was observed on the fifth day of culturing. No lipolytic activity was recorded in culture media in which oleic acid was used as a substrate.
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