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dc.contributor.authorMashenko, Oksanauk_UK
dc.contributor.authorShulyakova, Mariyaen_EN
dc.contributor.authorPirog, Tatianauk_UK
dc.contributor.authorShevchuk, Tetianaen_EN
dc.date.accessioned2012-04-24T07:52:52Z-
dc.date.available2012-04-24T07:52:52Z-
dc.date.issued2012-
dc.identifier.citationGlycerol metabolism in producers of surface-active substances rhodococcus erythropolis імv ас-5017, acinetobacter calcoaceticus імv в-7241 and nocardia vaccinіi к-8 / O. Maschenko, M. Shulyakova, T. Pirog, T. Shevchuk // Materials of International Scientific Conference “Development of Human Sciences”, 27.02.2012 – 29.02.2012, Poznan. - 2012. - P. 145-150.en_EN
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dc.description.abstractIt was established that the strains Rhodococcus erythropolis ІМВ Ас-5017, Acinetobacter calcoaceticus ІМВ В-7241 and Nocardia vaccinіi К-8 metabolize glycerol to dihydroxyacetonephosphate via two known pathways (glycerol-3-phosphate pathway and dihydroxyacetone pathway). The data obtained could be the basis for theoretical calculations of the energy needs for surfactants and biomass synthesis on this substrate to determine the optimal molar ratio of energy unequivalent substrates in order to increase the synthesis of surfactants of R. erythropolis ІМV Ас-5017, A. calcoaceticus IMV B-7241 and N. vaccinii K-8 on the mixture of substrates.uk_UK
dc.language.isoenuk_UK
dc.subjectmetabolismen_EN
dc.subjectметаболізмuk_UK
dc.subjectметаболизмru_RU
dc.subjectкафедра біотехнології і мікробіології-
dc.titleGlycerol metabolism in producers of surface-active substances rhodococcus erythropolis імv ас-5017, acinetobacter calcoaceticus імv в-7241 and nocardia vaccinіi к-8uk_UK
dc.typeArticleuk_UK
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