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Studies on the oxidative bacteria. IV. 2-Ketogluconic acid fermentation and nitrogen source

Studies on the oxidative bacteria. IV. 2-Ketogluconic acid fermentation and nitrogen source

Jour Fermentation Technol [japan] 30(3): 103-105

The opt. concns. of various N sources for the production of 2-ketogluconate by the Pseudomonas are: bouillon 0.004%, peptone 0.01%, KNO3 0.014%. The O2 uptake and R.Q. of the cells grown on the media containing different amts. of N were measured manometrically. Respiration of the cells parallels the N metabolism during growth. A change to oxidative fermentation takes place afterwards.

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