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Construction of the recombinant yeast strain with transformation of rice starch-saccharification enzymes and its alcohol fermentation
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Construction of the recombinant yeast strain with transformation of rice starch-saccharification enzymes and its alcohol fermentation
Lee, Ja-Yeon; Chin, Jong-Eon; Bai, Suk;
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 Abstract
To improve antioxidant glutathione (GSH) content and saccharification ability in sake yeasts of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the -glutamylcysteine synthetase gene (GSH1) from S. cerevisiae, glucoamylase gene (GAM1) and -amylase gene (AMY) from Debaryomyces occidentalis were co-expressed in sake yeasts for manufacturing a refreshing alcoholic beverage abundant in GSH from rice starch. The extracellular GSH content of the recombinant sake yeasts increased 1.5-fold relative to the parental wide-type strain. The saccharification ability by glucoamylase of the new yeast strain expressing both GAM1 and AMY genes was 2-fold higher than that of the yeast strain expressing only GAM1 gene when grown in the culture medium containing 2% (w/v) rice starch. It generated 11% (v/v) ethanol from 20% (w/v) rice starch and consumed up to 90% of the starch content after 7 days of fermentation.
 Keywords
Saccharomyces cerevisiae;fermentation;glutathione;rice starch;saccharification;
 Language
Korean
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