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中国生物工程杂志

China Biotechnology
China Biotechnology  2017, Vol. 37 Issue (9): 134-140    DOI: 10.13523/j.cb.20170918
    
Progress of Biosynthesis of Sophorolipids and Its Derivatives Production in Starmerella bombicola
ZHANG Ya-guang, ZHANG Chuan-bo, LU Wen-yu
Department of Biological Engineering and Key Laboratory of Systems Bioengineering of the Ministry of Education, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Tianjin University, Tianjin 300072, China
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Abstract  Sophorolipids, which is a kind of extracellular products, was produced by Starmerella bombicola under aerobic condition. As the member of biosurfactants, sophorolipids has shown excellent surface activity, biodegrade ability, low ecotoxicity and biocompatibility. Research progress of biosynthesis of sophorolipids is summarized, including metabolic pathway, key enzymes and genetic engineering of S. bombicola. Basic problems on efficient synthesis of sophorolipids in S. bombicola are discussed and a prospect of using S. bombicola as a new chassis for sophorolipids biosynthesis is analyzed.

Key wordsSophorolipids      Biosynthesis      Starmerella bombicola     
Received: 18 April 2017      Published: 25 September 2017
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ZHANG Ya-guang, ZHANG Chuan-bo, LU Wen-yu. Progress of Biosynthesis of Sophorolipids and Its Derivatives Production in Starmerella bombicola. China Biotechnology, 2017, 37(9): 134-140.

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http://manu60.magtech.com.cn/biotech/10.13523/j.cb.20170918     OR     http://manu60.magtech.com.cn/biotech/Y2017/V37/I9/134

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