Ultrasound assisted oleaginous yeast lipid extraction and garbage lipase catalyzed transesterification for enhanced biodiesel production

Volume: 179, Pages: 141 - 151
Published: Jan 1, 2019
Abstract
While using microbial lipids as a biodiesel feedstock, effective extraction of lipids is essential. Also, the crude lipase produced from waste organics could be a potentially low-cost biocatalyst for the transesterification process. In this study ultrasound with the suitable solvent system was used for extracting the lipids from novel oleaginous yeast Naganishia liquefaciens NITTS2. Highest lipid recovery obtained was 99.3 ± 0.1% at optimized...
Paper Details
Title
Ultrasound assisted oleaginous yeast lipid extraction and garbage lipase catalyzed transesterification for enhanced biodiesel production
Published Date
Jan 1, 2019
Volume
179
Pages
141 - 151
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