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Studies on microbial lipids containing gamma -linolenic acid



Studies on microbial lipids containing gamma -linolenic acid



Hamdard Medicus 39(3): 73-77



Mucor miehi was grown on Sabouraud's dextrose agar medium containing 1% glucose at 30 degrees C. After 10 days, the mycelium was separated from the medium by centrifugal dehydration, and was then washed and dried. The dried mycelium was ground to a fine powder and the lipids were extracted by the successive use of ethyl alcohol and chloroform/methanol (2:1), and then purified.

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