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Magnesium aminoclay enhances lipid production of mixotrophic Chlorella sp. KR-1 while reducing bacterial populations

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Magnesium aminoclay enhances lipid production of mixotrophic Chlorella sp. KR-1 while reducing bacterial populations. / Kim, Bohwa; Praveenkumar, Ramasamy; Lee, Jiye; Nam, Bora; Kim, Dong Myung; Lee, Kyubock; Lee, Young Chul; Oh, You Kwan.

julkaisussa: Bioresource Technology, Vuosikerta 219, 01.11.2016, s. 608-613.

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Kim, B, Praveenkumar, R, Lee, J, Nam, B, Kim, DM, Lee, K, Lee, YC & Oh, YK 2016, 'Magnesium aminoclay enhances lipid production of mixotrophic Chlorella sp. KR-1 while reducing bacterial populations', Bioresource Technology, Vuosikerta. 219, Sivut 608-613. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2016.08.034

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Kim, B., Praveenkumar, R., Lee, J., Nam, B., Kim, D. M., Lee, K., ... Oh, Y. K. (2016). Magnesium aminoclay enhances lipid production of mixotrophic Chlorella sp. KR-1 while reducing bacterial populations. Bioresource Technology, 219, 608-613. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2016.08.034

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Kim B, Praveenkumar R, Lee J, Nam B, Kim DM, Lee K et al. Magnesium aminoclay enhances lipid production of mixotrophic Chlorella sp. KR-1 while reducing bacterial populations. Bioresource Technology. 2016 marras 1;219:608-613. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2016.08.034

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Kim, Bohwa ; Praveenkumar, Ramasamy ; Lee, Jiye ; Nam, Bora ; Kim, Dong Myung ; Lee, Kyubock ; Lee, Young Chul ; Oh, You Kwan. / Magnesium aminoclay enhances lipid production of mixotrophic Chlorella sp. KR-1 while reducing bacterial populations. Julkaisussa: Bioresource Technology. 2016 ; Vuosikerta 219. Sivut 608-613.

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title = "Magnesium aminoclay enhances lipid production of mixotrophic Chlorella sp. KR-1 while reducing bacterial populations",
abstract = "Improving lipid productivity and preventing overgrowth of contaminating bacteria are critical issues relevant to the commercialization of the mixotrophic microalgae cultivation process. In this paper, we report the use of magnesium aminoclay (MgAC) nanoparticles for enhanced lipid production from oleaginous Chlorella sp. KR-1 with simultaneous control of KR-1-associated bacterial growth in mixotrophic cultures with glucose as the model substrate. Addition of 0.01–0.1 g/L MgAC promoted microalgal biomass production better than the MgAC-less control, via differential biocidal effects on microalgal and bacterial cells (the latter being more sensitive to MgAC's bio-toxicity than the former). The inhibition effect of MgAC on co-existing bacteria was, as based on density-gradient-gel-electrophoresis (DGGE) analysis, largely dosage-dependent and species-specific. MgAC also, by inducing an oxidative stress environment, increased both the cell size and lipid content of KR-1, resulting in a considerable, ∼25{\%} improvement of mixotrophic algal lipid productivity (to ∼410 mg FAME/L/d) compared with the untreated control.",
keywords = "Aminoclay, Bacteria, Chlorella, Lipid, Mixotrophic culture",
author = "Bohwa Kim and Ramasamy Praveenkumar and Jiye Lee and Bora Nam and Kim, {Dong Myung} and Kyubock Lee and Lee, {Young Chul} and Oh, {You Kwan}",
year = "2016",
month = "11",
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doi = "10.1016/j.biortech.2016.08.034",
language = "English",
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journal = "Bioresource Technology",
issn = "0960-8524",
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AU - Kim, Bohwa

AU - Praveenkumar, Ramasamy

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AU - Kim, Dong Myung

AU - Lee, Kyubock

AU - Lee, Young Chul

AU - Oh, You Kwan

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N2 - Improving lipid productivity and preventing overgrowth of contaminating bacteria are critical issues relevant to the commercialization of the mixotrophic microalgae cultivation process. In this paper, we report the use of magnesium aminoclay (MgAC) nanoparticles for enhanced lipid production from oleaginous Chlorella sp. KR-1 with simultaneous control of KR-1-associated bacterial growth in mixotrophic cultures with glucose as the model substrate. Addition of 0.01–0.1 g/L MgAC promoted microalgal biomass production better than the MgAC-less control, via differential biocidal effects on microalgal and bacterial cells (the latter being more sensitive to MgAC's bio-toxicity than the former). The inhibition effect of MgAC on co-existing bacteria was, as based on density-gradient-gel-electrophoresis (DGGE) analysis, largely dosage-dependent and species-specific. MgAC also, by inducing an oxidative stress environment, increased both the cell size and lipid content of KR-1, resulting in a considerable, ∼25% improvement of mixotrophic algal lipid productivity (to ∼410 mg FAME/L/d) compared with the untreated control.

AB - Improving lipid productivity and preventing overgrowth of contaminating bacteria are critical issues relevant to the commercialization of the mixotrophic microalgae cultivation process. In this paper, we report the use of magnesium aminoclay (MgAC) nanoparticles for enhanced lipid production from oleaginous Chlorella sp. KR-1 with simultaneous control of KR-1-associated bacterial growth in mixotrophic cultures with glucose as the model substrate. Addition of 0.01–0.1 g/L MgAC promoted microalgal biomass production better than the MgAC-less control, via differential biocidal effects on microalgal and bacterial cells (the latter being more sensitive to MgAC's bio-toxicity than the former). The inhibition effect of MgAC on co-existing bacteria was, as based on density-gradient-gel-electrophoresis (DGGE) analysis, largely dosage-dependent and species-specific. MgAC also, by inducing an oxidative stress environment, increased both the cell size and lipid content of KR-1, resulting in a considerable, ∼25% improvement of mixotrophic algal lipid productivity (to ∼410 mg FAME/L/d) compared with the untreated control.

KW - Aminoclay

KW - Bacteria

KW - Chlorella

KW - Lipid

KW - Mixotrophic culture

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JF - Bioresource Technology

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